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Bio-Rad Announces Web Seminar Series

Published: Friday, May 05, 2006
Last Updated: Friday, May 05, 2006
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Web seminar series area includes Spectroscopy, Chromatography, ADME/Tox and Metabolomics.

Bio-Rad Laboratories, Inc. has announced that it will offer an upcoming series of web seminars focused on the latest approaches in spectroscopy, chromatography, ADME/Tox and Metabolomics. Registration for the seminars is free and can be accessed online.

Web seminar topics will include:

ADME/Tox: A Computational Aid to Pre-Clinical Safety; Consensus Modeling, as Applied to In Silico ADME/Tox Prediction Models, for Improved Accuracy; Creating a Protein Binding Model that Enables Decision Making; New Classification and Regression Models for CYP 2D6 Inhibition and hERG Binding; A Novel Approach to Tracking Non-linear Changes in ADME/Tox Properties While Improving Interpretability of In Silico Prediction.

Spectroscopy: Characterization of IR Spectra via Multivariate Processing and Overlap Density Heatmaps; Towards Greater Understanding of Chromatographic Data: New Approaches Employing Multivariate Techniques for the Analysis of Chromatographic Data; Towards Greater Understanding of Spectroscopic Data: New Approaches Employing Multivariate Techniques for the Analysis of IR, NMR, MS and Raman; Using Multiple Spectral Techniques to Optimize Spectral Search Results

Metabolomics: An Efficient Working Environment for Metabolomics; An Integrated Workflow for Metabolomics and its Application to Diabetics Research.


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