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Phenotypic Screens Take Atypical Course
Some New Screens Are Learning to Take Readings on the Fly, While Changing Course as Needed
- Drug discovery isn’t content with target-based screening. It isn’t even satisfied with the recent resurgence in phenotypic screening. No, it is holding out for something else, something even more informative—disease-relevant phenotypic assays. Such assays figured prominently at a recent conference organized by Cambridge Healthtech Institute. This conference, High-Content ...
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