As High-Content Screening Gains Traction, Cellomics Launches Center of Excellence to Stay on Top | GenomeWeb

This article is the first in a series of bi-weekly columns focusing on the area of "high-throughput biology, or new techniques for high-volume cell based screening and imaging that biopharma is using to validate targets generated through genomics or proteomics, screen for toxicity, and replace other traditional assays.

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