Our last live virtual event of 2021: a quick scientific tea break with Communication Specialist Dr. Emma Gibbin-Lameira, is now available on demand! Watch as Dr. Gibbin-Lameira presents a powerful cytotoxicity case study showing Nanolive’s unique live cell-based testing and high content analysis in 96-well plate.
Specifically, Dr. Gibbin-Lameira has shown that:
- Multiplexed quantitative descriptors of cell morphology and composition at both the population (field of view) and single cell level can be combined with high spatio-temporal images to evaluate drug responses in parallel, over long periods of time
- It is possible to quantify dose-response effects of drugs on living cells in a multi-well set-up where different concentrations and different drugs can be tested in parallel.
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