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IBC to Hold Inaugural High-Content Analysis Conference

IBC Life Sciences will hold its first annual conference on high-content analysis Nov. 17-18 in Washington, DC, the company said last week.

The conference will feature discussions and presentations about "how to effectively utilize high-content cellular analysis for screening and go/no-go decision making," IBC said, including case studies from Eli Lilly and Wyeth, and presentations from James Inglese of the NIH Chemical Genomics Center and Ralph Garippa of Hoffman-La Roche.

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