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Disease Modeling in the 21st Century
 

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Disease Modeling in the 21t Century: Automated Organoid Assays with 3D Imaging Presenters: Evan F. Cromwell, PhD (President & CEO, Protein Fluidics, Inc.) Oksana Sirenko, PhD (Senior Research Scientist, Molecular Devices, Inc.) Date presented: Nov 5, 2020, Thursday
Summary

HeLa Spheroids stained for apoptotic and mitochondrial markers and imaged at 10X and 20X

 In recent years, researchers have transitioned from traditional 2D assays to more complex 3D cell models, as they are shown to recapitulate the in vivo environment and serve as a more predictive tool for drug discovery.  With this transition, there has been an increased need to automate the processing and analysis of 3D cell culture assays for a more simplified, “hands-off” workflow that yields better results. In this webinar, we present a workflow which integrates the Protein Fluidics’ Pu·MA System for automated organoid assays with our ImageXpress® Micro Confocal High-Content Imaging System.
Learn How to:
  • Automate media exchange, sampling, and staining of complex 3D systems such as spheroids, organoids, and tumoroids
  • Acquire quality images at high throughput with water immersion objectives
  • Measure and analyze calcium oscillations in neuro-spheroids using the FLIPR® Penta High-Throughput Cellular Screening System
  • Perform 3D volumetric analysis and other custom analyses for phenotypic characterization of compound effects

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Protein Fluidics partners with BioLegend to provide Assay Products

May 4, 2018 Protein Fluidics announces the Pu·MA system
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