High Content Screening

High Content Screening (HCS), sometimes called high content analysis, used in drug discovery, is a high-throughput analytical technique using image-based cellular assays. Cellular components are tagged with a fluorescent label to assay activities such as apoptosis, cell viability and cytotoxicity. Consider instrumentation, software, reagent kits and imaging systems when using high content screening. Learn about the latest products, user reviews, applications, news, videos and webinars.:

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