How Do I Get My Compound Into Phase I?
The primary challenge for pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies in developing their drugs is to carefully assess the relationship between efficacy and toxicity prior to entering into human clinical trials. By Dr. Scott E. Boley and Greg Ruppert
WHITE PAPERS & CASE STUDIES
High-Throughput Screening And Process Development For Capture Of Recombinant Pro-Insulin From E. coli
This Application note describes a complete process development workflow from PreDictor™ plate screening to a 400 mL pilot-scale purification for capturing recombinant pro-insulin expressed in E. coli.
High-Throughput Process Development And Scale-Up Of An Intermediate Purification Step For Recombinant Insulin
This Application note describes high-throughput process development with PreDictor™ plates and Assist software to develop the intermediate purification step of insulin derived from E. coli.
Significantly Improve FoxP3 Staining In Human Whole Blood
Regulatory T-cells (Treg) play an essential role in the control of immune responses to self and foreign antigens maintaining the balance between immunity and tolerance.
Discovery Of Biochemical Markers For Understanding Disease
'Omic technologies and systems biology research provide a comprehensive view of the genetic, protein and biochemical nature of disease.
Automated Tissue Culture Cell Fixation And Staining In Microplates
Fluorescence microscopy has traditionally been performed on microscope slides, but there is a growing trend towards the use of 96- and 384-well microplates as this allows greater number of samples to be easily processed and automated. By Paul Held Ph. D., Bridget Bishop, and Peter Banks, Ph. D., BioTek Instruments, Inc.
Analysis Of Nuclear Stained Cells - Using The Cytation™3 Cell Imaging Multi-Mode Microplate Reader With DAPI-Stained Cells
The imaging and analysis of fluorescently stained cells has traditionally been accomplished using manual microscopic methods with low numbers of samples, while the analysis of higher sample numbers requires the use of very expensive dedicated microscopes.