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January 01, 2010 (Vol. 30, No. 1)

Bioinformatic Tools Drive High-Content Analysis

Robust Computational Resources Make It Possible for Scientists to Fully Utilize Experimental Data

  • Rapid advances in instrumentation and robotics have made high-content screening (HCS) faster than ever. Quantities of data have increased beyond all past superlatives to the point that it can best be described as ridiculous. Historically, vendors have been behind the curve, offering relatively underpowered systems with inflexible data-analysis packages. ...

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