Miniaturization of AlphaLISA® Assays with the Labcyte® Echo® Liquid Handler and BMG PHERAstar® FS
16 Apr 2014

Justifying the cost of a particular screen has always been a major concern in high-throughput screening. As more screens are performed, reagents and consumables become the most expensive cost. One way to help save on expenses is to miniaturize your applications. With new technologies from Labcyte and BMG LABTECH, miniaturizing assays has never been easier.

Join this webinar to learn how to miniaturize PerkinElmer's AlphaLISA assays using the Echo liquid handler and PHERAstar FS HTS microplate reader.

Labcyte Inc.

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