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High-Content Analysis Has Full Dance Card
Phenotypic Screening Is Being Paired With a Succession of Complementary Technologies
- As its image processing and memory capabilities keep improving, high-content analysis (HCA) is emerging as a formidable—and flexible—innovation platform. HCA is being partnered with three-dimensional (3D) cell culture, whole-animal models, systems biology, and genetic editing to drive discovery in basic research and clinical medicine. For example, various combinations ...
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