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TTP LabTech partner with leading crystallographer

News, Supplier news / 15 April 2011 / Alto Marketing Limited

At the SBS conference, TTP LabTech announced collaboration with a world leader in membrane protein crystallography…

Antibody discovery just got easier…

News, Supplier news / 20 May 2010 /

TTP LabTech have announced the exciting launch of Mirrorball™, a new high sensitivity laser scanning microplate cytometer for antibody discovery…

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…

TTP LabTech launches NEW high-content contract screening service

Supplier news / 5 February 2010 /

TTP LabTech has launched its new contract screening service based around the company’s HCS technology, the Acumen® microplate cytometer…

Acumen® eX3: viable alternative for FMAT analysis

Supplier news / 7 August 2009 /

Today at Drug Discovery and Development (DDT 2009), TTP LabTech has announced the results of two collaborative studies using its renowned Acumen eX3 fluorescence microplate cytometer…

High Content Analysis Roundtable

Issue 3 2009, Past issues / 29 May 2009 /

1. How significantly do you feel the Drug Discovery Process has benefited from the application of High Content Analysis techniques?

Anthony Davies: Since the mid 1990’s High-content analysis (HCA) has primarily been used in the later stages of the pre-clinical drug discovery process. However, as HCA techniques have developed and evolved, so has the role of this technology within the discovery process. Today HCA is integrated earlier in drug discovery, for example this technology is now widely utilised in target validation where contextual information obtained from cell based assays allows for better characterisation of biological mechanisms.