Multiplexing Calcium Mobilization and Membrane Potential Assays Using the FDSS6000
2 Dec 2014

Multiplexing, simultaneously measuring changes in calcium mobilization and membrane potential, is the next step in the evolution of cell based HTS. This application note shows how multiplexing further categorizes compounds, i.e. concomitant inhibition of calcium mobilization and membrane potential versus calcium mobilization inhibition only.

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