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Wisconsin Scientists Boost Screening Throughput by Miniaturizing to 1536-Well Plates

Scientists from the Small Molecule Screening Facility at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, have dramatically increased their workflow throughput by incorporating 1536-well plates...

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MONDAY – JULY 30, 2018

Saving an Enzymatic HTS Assay with Sound

In theory, it shouldn’t have presented much of a challenge, but trying to automatize a classic enzymatic assay based on the use of a substrate that becomes fluorescent after saponification proved more difficult.

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MONDAY – JUNE 11, 2018

Visit Us in Brussels @ SLAS Europe 2018 - Booth 410

For the first time ever, the Society for Laboratory Automation and Screening (SLAS) is holding a pan-European event for life scientists in the discovery and technology community. SLAS Europe 2018 will take place in Brussels, Belgium, on 27...

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MONDAY – MAY 07, 2018

Major Pharma Companies Use Direct Dilution to Get Better Results

To analyze a compound or potential drug of interest, researchers devise dose-response experiments to better understand the drug-interaction relationship. This dose-response relationship describes how the individual responds to differing co...

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FRIDAY – APRIL 06, 2018

Cancer Research Advances Enabled by Acoustic Liquid Handling to be Presented at AACR 2018

We’ll be joining thousands of cancer researchers from around the world who will be converging in Chicago on April 14-18, for the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) Annual Meeting.…

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