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Assay Development and Drug Repurposing Core

The Assay Development and Drug Repurposing Core (ADDRC) located in the Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology was created to assist MSU researchers with bridging the drug discovery gap that often exists between their basic research and preclinical drug development.  The ADDRC is a campus-wide resource, providing expertise in adapting biological and biochemical bench-top assays into high throughput screening (HTS)-compatible assays and generating screening data with the goal of identifying chemical probes to further interrogate a particular biological process or potential leads for drug development.  Along with performing HTS projects and analyzing screening results, the ADDRC will assist in designing appropriate orthogonal and counter screens to separate false positives from informative hits as well as provide advice for both in vitro and in vivo efficacy models.



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Michigan State University
B426 Life Science Building
1355 Bogue Street
East Lansing, MI 48824
Contact Information
Erika Lisabeth, Ph.D.
Director - ADDRC
(517) 432-4507

The ADDRC facility was established through the generous support of the Vice President for Research and Graduate Studies, the Pharmacology and Toxicology Department, CNS, COM, CHM, CVM, and AgBioResearch.