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  • Take the faster road to hit identification: Enabling integrated workflows for High Content Analysis
    • Take the faster road to hit identification: Enabling integrated workflows for High Content Analysis

    • Presenter: Michelle Walk , Company: PerkinElmer
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  • High Content Screening, whether target-driven or purely phenotypic, is cost intensive and time consuming, but provides an essential component of the drug discovery process. A successful HCS program requires fast and sensitive imaging capabilities, robust image analysis, statistically powerful data analysis and suitable image and data management. An integrated workflow from image capture through data analysis will decrease the probability of introducing errors during data transition and reduce the number of manual steps and user interactions, thus saving precious time.

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