Compound Combination Experiment Analyses Made Easy and Efficient
02 Oct 2013

Genedata Screener® with Compound Synergy Extension quickly and easily analyzes compound combination experiments and allows you to compute and review synergistic effects including key visual displays such as the excess matrix - all in a single software environment. Join the webinar and learn how to: analyze compound combination experiments from raw data to final results in very little time. Apply robust quality metrics and advanced statistics for plate quality control; fit and review dose-response curves for multiple combinations. Display and quantify measured and expected combination effects for different interaction models (Loewe, HSA), as well as their excess activity. Also review compound combination results in a fully interactive software environment with easy access to all previous processing steps and manual decisions.

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