SBS, ISAC Forge Alliance to Devise High-Content Screening Standards | GenomeWeb
SEATTLE (GenomeWeb News) — A plan by the Society for Biomolecular Sciences and the International Society for Analytical Cytometry to join forces in a cell-based assay conference next year could provide the organizational structure to create data and image analysis standards for high-content screening, according to industry experts.

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