Poster: Phenotypic assessment of toxicity on hepatocyte islands
Posted: 22 December 2015 | Molecular Devices | No comments yet
In this application note you will discover how to enable phenotypic assessment of compound toxicity using a human hepatocyte co-culture model…
Drug-induced hepatotoxicity is one of the most common reasons for withdrawal of an approved drug, lending importance to the development of predictive in vitro assays for early hepatotoxicity evaluation.
Download a copy of our recent poster and find out how to enable assessment of compound toxicity on hepatocyte islands using the ImageXpress® Micro XLS System.
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