Corning® Epic® Label-Free Cell Based Assay: Development of a One-Day Assay for Adherent Cells
16 Dec 2014

The Corning Epic technology permits high-throughput, label-free detection in both cell-based and biochemical assays. It gives insight into global events caused by changes in cell morphologies and mass redistribution of cellular contents within the cells. This application note shows the development of a one day assay for adherent cell lines using the Epic technology.

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