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Cell-based and biochemical high-throughput screening in 1536 well plates

Posted: 12 September 2018 | | No comments yet

This webinar shines a spotlight on cell-based and biochemical high-throughput screening in 1536 well plates. Supported by BMG LABTECH, the webinar will take place on 30 October at 4:00pm (GMT).

Cell based and biochemical High-throughput Screening in 1536 well plates

Two examples of high-throughput screening (HTS) in 1536 well plates will be presented in this webinar. Also under discussion will be screening for protein-protein interactions and a cell-based luciferase reporter assay.

Keynote speakers Dr Gene E Ananiev, Core Facility Manager, University of Wisconsin Madison, Carbon Cancer Center, U.S. and Dr Carl Peters, a Microplate Reader Senior Application Scientist at BMG LABTECH, will present methodology for assay miniaturisation and optimisation in 1536 well format.

The Small Molecule Screening Facility (SMSF) at the University of Wisconsin Madison is a comprehensive HTS centre that offers services to academic and industry clients worldwide. The facility has an in-house chemical library of >450,000 compounds that are available for screening to our customers. The keynote speakers will explore the impact of the above on academic HTS operations at the facility.

So, make a date to watch this webinar on 30 October 2018 at 4:00pm (GMT). Delegates will be able to put questions to the speakers during their presentations and the question-and-answer session.

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