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18 December 2019
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4 December 2019

Griffith and China Grand Pharma sign landmark deal to develop new drug for parainfluenza virus

Griffith's Institute for Glycomics has partnered with China Grand Pharma’s new Australian company Grand Medical Ltd to develop a drug to treat millions of people with respiratory illnesses.

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17 April 2014

Breakthrough points to new drugs from nature

Researchers at Griffith University’s Eskitis Institute for Drug Discovery have developed a new technique for discovering natural compounds which could lead to novel therapeutic drugs.

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19 January 2022

Developing new antibiotics to treat drug resistant infections

Institute for Glycomics researchers awarded $1.1 million from NHMRC to develop new antibiotics for drug resistant gonorrhoea.

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19 April 2021
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3 March 2021
Three-dimensional structure of the SARM1 protein determined by cryo-electron microscopy. Credit: Jeff Nanson.

New research discovery may help fast-track drug development for neurodegenerative disorders

A Griffith University-led research team has discovered how a therapeutic target common among debilitating neurodegenerative disorders is activated, which could help accelerate drug development.

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28 January 2021
Professor Ron Quinn AM and Dr Miaomiao Liu next to the Mass Spectrometer used in their research.

New method shows promise in identifying disease-fighting drug targets

A new method of identifying molecular targets to fight disease could help accelerate future drug development new Griffith University research has found.

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6 August 2020

New anti-cancer drug breakthrough for prostate cancer

A new anti-cancer drug for prostate cancer overcomes the twin problems plaguing researchers for decades. It halts metastasis (tumour spread) and drug resistance.

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30 May 2019

Griffith University research partnership breaking new ground in the development of anti-infective drugs

Scientists from Griffith’sInstitute for Glycomics have teamed up withGermany’s Fraunhofer Institute for Toxicology and Experimental Medicine ITEM and the Hannover...

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5 May 2019
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