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High-throughput screening (HTS) allows scientists to test thousands of samples at once. These samples can be of a wide variety, and include, but are not limited to, amino acids, chemical compounds or cells.
Screening test for cells that activate immune system

Screening test for cells that activate immune system

Researchers develop screening test for cells that activate immune system

Researchers develop screening test for cells that activate immune system

Maxim Pharmaceuticals issued patent for method of identifying therapeutically effective immunosupressive agents

Maxim Pharmaceuticals issued patent for method of identifying therapeutically effective immunosupressive agents

Researchers set a new standard in the design and engineering of nuclear hormone receptor-based genetic on-off switches

Researchers set a new standard in the design and engineering of nuclear hormone receptor-based genetic on-off switches

New ion channel drug targets to emerge in pharmaceutical discovery

New ion channel drug targets to emerge in pharmaceutical discovery

Nano-enabled drug discovery solutions will generate revenues of $1.3 billion in 2009

Nano-enabled drug discovery solutions will generate revenues of $1.3 billion in 2009

Home HIV-AIDS test could be a reality within two years

Home HIV-AIDS test could be a reality within two years

Molecular Devices introduces fatty acid uptake assay to target metabolic diseases

Molecular Devices introduces fatty acid uptake assay to target metabolic diseases

New portable infectious disease detector

New portable infectious disease detector

Pharmaceutical, biotechnology and drug discovery companies are increasingly turning their attention to cell-based assays

Pharmaceutical, biotechnology and drug discovery companies are increasingly turning their attention to cell-based assays

As mobile phone use rises, possibility of unseen biological impact is quietly troubling

As mobile phone use rises, possibility of unseen biological impact is quietly troubling

Study links a novel protein pathway to the aggressive progression of breast cancer

Study links a novel protein pathway to the aggressive progression of breast cancer

Microfluidics help lab-on-a-chip development skyrocket

Microfluidics help lab-on-a-chip development skyrocket

Outsourcing the way to control spiraling R&D budgets in drug industry

Outsourcing the way to control spiraling R&D budgets in drug industry

Students win awards for research into liver disease, cancer and insomnia

Students win awards for research into liver disease, cancer and insomnia

Collaboration on GPCR and Ion Channel Technologies

Collaboration on GPCR and Ion Channel Technologies

Functional genomics and proteomics may accelerate the discovery of new drugs and therapeutic molecules

Functional genomics and proteomics may accelerate the discovery of new drugs and therapeutic molecules