The latest software application for Echo Liquid Handlers, Echo Combination Screen, simplifies the creation of combinatorial layouts to save time without limiting flexibility.
A curve editor automatically converts starting concentrations and dilution factors into transfer and normalization volumes for any curve imaginable. Curves can be saved to a library for use across protocols. Library curves can be used in a graphical layout editor to design combinatorial layouts for anchor screening, synergistic screening, grid screening etc. Echo Combination Screen supports multi-concentration curves, single concentration transfers, single agent transfers, pick lists and control wells as a comprehensive tool to create combinatorial layouts and protocols for Echo Liquid Handlers.
Design and save concentration curve layouts for use across protocols and systems
Curves are automatically generated from common input information: starting concentration, dilution factor, concentration points, number of controls, and DMSO concentration limits
Use pick lists to map samples to curves in the final combination assay layout
Apply multiple curves to plate layouts in row-wise or column-wise orientations with replates and copies