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Image-based Quantification of Calcium Flux using the Opera™
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This High Content Analysis application is useful for image-based quantification of drug induced GPCR activation. The Acapella™ Kinetic Intensity Analysis script used here can determine subpopulations of cells based on their calcium response. In pharmacological analysis this approach will decrease the number of false positives identified compared to systems that average the response across the entire population within a well.

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