High-throughput screening solutions from Eurofins Discovery will enable you to identify quality hits that progress to lead candidates. Over 4,500 assays ready to use off-the-shelf allow your screen to be completed in 4-6 weeks.
What is high-throughput screening? High-throughput screening HTS is a drug discovery process that allows automated testing of large numbers of chemical and/or biological compounds for a specific biological target. High-throughput screening methods are extensively used in the pharmaceutical industry, leveraging robotics and automation to
High-Throughput Screening High-throughput screening HTS is an automated drug discovery technique for identifi ion of active compounds against a compound library. Use HTS readers and integrated assay preparation / analysis workstations to screen your compounds.
High-throughput screening HTS is one of the strategies used to discover starting compounds for small-molecule drug design campaigns. In general, HTS is preferred when little is known about the target, which prevents structure-based drug design, but it can also be used in parallel to other strategies like computational techniques and fragment
The importance of reliable detection systems for enantiomeric assays increases with the necessity of high throughput screening analysis of materials for the pharmaceutical industry. The utilization of electrochemical sensors in enantioselective analysis is an accurate and precise alternative to chromatographic techniques.
16 High-Throughput Strain Construction and Systematic Synthetic Lethal Screening in Saccharomyces cerevisiae Tong AHY, Boone C Methods Mol Biol. 2007; 36:369-86,706-7
High Throughput Screening Market Analysis, Size, Trends and Forecast Report. Global High Throughput Screening Market is estimated to value over USD 24.1 billion with a CAGR of over 7.5% during 2020 to 2027
A high-throughput screening platform was developed based on hydrogel microwells that permits high-content imaging and analysis of 3D cellular models. Small m
High-throughput Screening Assays 24/03/2015 . Figure 3: Readouts . High content screens are any screening methods that document and analyze changes at subcellular level across multiple conditions and time points. This form of readout is very costly to setup, requiring a sophisti ed and expe
in which we perform a 5-day cell-based assay in 3 minutes with the aid of lab automation