High Content Screening

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Audra Z. HCS101 Courses 2014


HCS101 thermoscientific.com

HCS101 East Brunswick – September 17-18, 2014 Hilton East Brunswick Address: Hilton East Brunswick 3 Tower Center Boulevard East Brunswick, NJ 08816 Parking: Hotel Information: Bright, spacious and attractive, the Hilton...

  • 26 days ago

Audra Z. Northeastern Regional User Group Symposium

Cambridge, MA (September 9, 2014)- Geared toward current users and people interested in Thermo Scientific High Content Products, the Northeastern User Group Symposium offers a complimentary, day-long seminar that offers...

  • 26 days ago

Kim C. COME to the SLAS Short Courses at ELRIG DD ’14

TRANSFORM the future of High Content Screening by registering for the First Short Course on Instrumentation, Assay Development, Screening, Image and Data Analysis Course. Conduct RESEARCH and be part of the SLAS community by...

High Content Screening linkedin.com

High content microscopy is relatively a new field and its applications are increasing day by day. I am creating this group so we could share our experiences from automated ... more » High content microscopy is relatively a...

  • 1 month ago

Tilen K. Image storage and analysis in HCS

How satisfied are you with image storage and analysis software currently available on the market? What system do you use? What about bioinformatic analysis of the data? I'm getting many complaints about these topics from...

  • 2 months ago

Mike S. IntelliCyt July 30th Webinar

Alerting you all to an IntelliCyt Webinar...

  • 2 months ago

Andrew J. Screening In-depth focus Free Download

Targeting the ubiquitin-proteasome system (Author: Kenji Schorpp, Scientist and Kamyar Hadian, Head of Assay Development and Screening Platform, Molecular Toxicology and Pharmacology, Helmholtz Zentrum München) Heat...

Screening: In-depth focus 2014 drugtargetreview.com

Targeting the ubiquitin-proteasome system//Heat shock proteins: A high content assay opportunity to measure cellular stress response

  • 2 months ago

Philipp Julian K. Automated Patch Clamp system for the analysis of neuronal and cardiac networks and other cell layers: What is your opinion about this?

Dear colleagues We are an university group and think about starting a company in future. Don´t worry, this is not an advertising or so. I do not want to sell you anything (well, at least not yet ;) We would like to...

The PoreGenic team (www.poregenic.com) is developing a new APC (Automated Patch Clamp) system (“GridClamp Pharma”) for the analysis of whole-cell and cell-attached-measurements of individual cells (e.g. neural or cardiac) in...

  • 3 months ago

Jan D. The type of migration in 3D can predict tumor behavior in vivo

A first followup paper on micro-injection to generate cell spheroids is recently published in Science Signalling. Please have a look ! http://stke.sciencemag.org/cgi/content/summary/sigtrans;7/312/ra15

Find Citing Articles in: stke.sciencemag.org

Sci. Signal., 11 February 2014 Vol. 7, Issue 312, p. ra15 [DOI: 10.1126/scisignal.2004751] In cancer, therapy aims to kill the primary tumor and prevent metastasis. Truong et al. found that although strategies blocking β1...

  • 3 months ago

Alongside established drug target classes, innovative approaches are addressing previously undruggable target classes such as protein–protein interactions...

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