Application of a high-content multiparameter cytotoxicity assay to prioritize compounds based on toxicity potential in humans.

Citations & References

  • Authors: Abraham VC, Towne DL, Waring JF, Warrior U, Burns DJ,
  • Journal: J Biomol Screen (2008) 13:527-537
  • Product Usage: Multiparametric high content screening cytotoxicity assay.
  • ID: PN66849
Catalog #s
C35006
C35007
C35011
C35012
H1399
H21492
H3570
T669
Y3601
6a1249dfc7679f6c64c937d9c8432874_Citations

Angiogenesis: an improved in vitro biological system and automated image-based workflow to aid identification and characterization of angiogenesis and angiogenic modulators.

Citations & References

  • Authors: Santos AF, Zaltsman AB, Martin RC, Kuzmin A, Alexandrov Y, Roquemore EP, Jessop RA, van Erck MG, Verheijen JH,
  • Journal: Assay Drug Dev Technol (2008) 6:693-710
  • Product Usage: Image-based angiogenic tubule formation assay in human microvascular endothelial cells (HMVECs) cultured on fibrin matrices.
  • ID: PN67277
Catalog #s
F35355
H1399
H21492
H3570
6c9ce1a88f1d92d860a90111aa89104c_Citations

Screen for chemical modulators of autophagy reveals novel therapeutic inhibitors of mTORC1 signaling.

Citations & References

  • Authors: Balgi AD, Fonseca BD, Donohue E, Tsang TC, Lajoie P, Proud CG, Nabi IR, Roberge M,
  • Journal: PLoS One (2009) 4:e7124-e7124
  • Product Usage: High-throughput fluorescence imaging assay for identification of chemical modulators of autophagy.
  • ID: PN67779
Catalog #s
H1399
H21492
H3570
P36235
V13242
8ce0e8cc263fa8cccb359a7b1aa4af37_Citations