Novartis Genomics Institute Builds Robotic Cell-Profiling Tool, Markets System | GenomeWeb
SAN FRANCISCO — Scientists at the Genomics Research Institute of the Novartis Foundation said they have designed a fully automated cellular-profiling system they claim can systematically investigate how panels of cellular assays react to molecular libraries in single dose-response experiments and in triplicate.
The researchers used the system to perform dose-response screens on approximately 5,000 compounds against approximately 47 tyrosine kinase cellular assays.

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