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January 15, 2007 (Vol. 27, No. 2)

Making Sense of HCS Information

Obtaining Relevant Contextual and Physiological Data from Individual Cells

  • The pressure during drug discovery to detect failure compounds earlier and at decreased cost has increased the relevance of high-content screening (HCS), according to scientists who will be presenting papers at the upcoming Cambridge Healthtech Conference, “High-Content Screening and Analysis,” in San Francisco. More and more, HCS is ...

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