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Join SLAS and Helen Plant of AstraZeneca (U.K.) to explore the practical intricacies of doing small volume, 1536-well cell-based assays. Plant explains how the BlueCatBio centrifugal plate washer integrates centrifugal emptying with the individual addition of up to four separate solutions for complex phenotypic assays.
"Successful conversion of complex phenotypic assays to 1536-well formats results in up to a 50 percent reduction in cell number requirements and approximately a four-fold reduction in time taken to perform a full HTS screening campaign," she says.
Dues-paying SLAS members may participate at no cost. SLAS Webinars are presented by JALA and JBS, the official journals of SLAS. Click here to view this webinar at SLAS, free for SLAS members
Feb 3-7, 2018
San Diego, CA
June 19-21, 2018
View recording of SLAS Webinar on Challenges of 1536-Well Cell-Based Screening by AstraZeneca
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