Automated 384-Well Cell-Based Cytochrome P450 Inhibition Assays Using Cryopreserved Human Hepatocytes in Suspension
8 Apr 2014

This applicaitn note demonstrates an automated assay system, including a luminescent CYP inhibition assay, primary hepatocytes and automated microplate instrumentation, to test lead compound inhibitory effects on CYP isoforms.

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