In the field of drug discovery and development, high-throughput suspension cell and bead screening is quickly becoming the platform of choice for biologics discovery, small molecule drug discovery, and adoptive cell therapy laboratories across the globe.
A critical bottleneck in high-throughput/high-content screens is the data analysis that ensues data acquisition. The copious amounts of data generated on each cell, and the number of cells that can be interrogated, present difficulties with management, interpretation and conversion of the data into actionable answers.
An upcoming SelectScience® webinar offers you a reliable method for high-throughput data analysis. The speaker, Joseph M. Zock, Senior Director of Product Management at Intellicyt, will introduce you to a novel flow-based integrated platform – the Intellicyt® iQue Screener PLUS with powerful ForeCyt® acquisition and analysis software – that expands the analytical capabilities of flow cytometry by providing easy access to plate level analytics, dynamic profiling using multi-parameter data, and result visualization across all the plates in your experiments. You will learn examples of data sets from cell line development, IgG isotyping/titering, and immune cell assessment.
What you will learn:
You will learn to address the challenges presented by traditional flow technologies for screening cells and secreted proteins. This webinar will introduce you to the integrated Intellicyt® iQue Screener PLUS platform and ForeCyt®, highlight some key, actionable features, and offer you the following methods in high-throughput data analysis:
• Plate level analytics and custom metric creation for dose response and standard curve generation
• Profile mapping to help rapidly locate the wells that meet multiplexed criteria
• Identifying and ranking wells of interest
• ‘Well scan’ to link multiple visualizations so you can quickly see all graphics generated from each well
• Panorama to enable analysis of multiple plates at a glance across your experiment
All webinar participants can request a certificate of attendance, with a learning outcomes summary document, for continuing education purposes.