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PerkinElmer launches ChemDraw® cloud platform at 2016 ACS Fall National Meeting & Exposition

Supplier news / 2 September 2016 / PerkinElmer Inc

ChemDraw software moves to the cloud for enhanced collaboration among chemists and biologists…

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PerkinElmer Signals™ Perspectives launches in collaboration with Attivio

Supplier news / 18 February 2016 / PerkinElmer Inc

New data discovery solution leverages Attivio’s platform to provide insight into complex scientific challenges…

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Screening: In-depth focus 2013

Issue 3 2013, Screening, Supplements / 30 July 2013 / Anthony Mitchell Davies, Alice Vajda, Sarah Louise, Laure Marignol, Sheraz Gul, Emma J. Shanks

New approaches to cell based assays for high content screening and analysis.
Reduce, reuse, recycle: how drug repositioning is finding its niche in drug discovery.
Workshop Review: Biochemical assays for screening.
Screening roundtable.

Studying Cell Behaviour using a Phenotypic Approach

Video Interview: Studying Cell Behaviour using a Phenotypic Approach

Videos / 28 July 2013 / PerkinElmer Inc.

In this video interview, Dr. Chris Bakal from the Institute of Cancer Research, London, describes how his research group studies the shape changes of metastatic cells and how they spread through the body to cause disease. He explains how scientists perform high throughput RNA interference screens using the Opera® High Content Screening System, imaging millions of cells and quantifying individual shapes using a phenotypic approach…

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PerkinElmer hosts Revolutionaries for Global Health Summit in Brussels

News, Supplier news / 1 March 2013 / Edelman (On behalf of PerkinElmer)

Revolutionaries for Global Health Summit, 5 -6 March 2013, Brussels

Practical Workshop – Biochemical Assays for Screening

Issue 1 2013 / 21 February 2013 / Sheraz Gul, Head of Biology at European ScreeningPort, Hamburg, Germany

Recent years have witnessed an expansion in the disciplines encompassing drug discovery outside the pharmaceutical industry. This is most notable with a significant number of universities worldwide that now host infrastructure such as compound libraries and automated screening centres[1-3]. An archetypal small molecule drug discovery project will aim to identify chemical starting points that modify the functions of genes, cells or biochemical pathways. In some, but not all instances, these functions may be linked to disease processes, and an opportunity will exist to further develop the probes into novel therapeutic agents. In small molecule drug discovery, the ultimate aim is to identify new therapeutics, an activity which for reasons of high risk and cost has historically been conducted within the commercial sectors[4].

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PerkinElmer announces OneSource® Scientific IT Services to drive laboratory productivity growth

News, Supplier news / 25 June 2012 / Edelman (On behalf of PerkinElmer, Inc.)

PerkinElmer, Inc., has unveiled its OneSource® Scientific IT Services…

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PerkinElmer to acquire Caliper Life Sciences for approximately $600 million

Industry news, News / 8 September 2011 / PerkinElmer

PerkinElmer, Inc. has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Caliper Life Sciences, Inc…

PerkinElmer launches EnSpire® Multimode Plate Reader

News, Supplier news / 25 January 2011 / Edelman

First to combine optical label-free technology & traditional labeled assays to accurately identify potential new therapeutic targets…

PerkinElmer First to Introduce GMP Compliant Lutetium-177 Nuclide

News, Supplier news / 20 May 2010 / PerkinElmer, Inc.

PerkinElmer, Inc., announced the introduction of a new GMP* compliant radiochemical solution, Lu-177 nuclide…

SBS: 16th Annual conference and Exhibition

Issue 1 2010 / 22 February 2010 /

During this five day event, more than 2,000 scientists, innovators, researchers and industry analysts from around the world will converge in Phoenix to learn about the latest trends and basic and applied research that are transforming the way new pharmaceuticals are developed…

 

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