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Webinar: Drug-drug combinations made simple
Tecan Group Ltd.

The Netherlands Cancer Institute Robotics and Screening Center (NRSC) has implemented a workflow to screen combinations of small molecule drug candidates that either restore or enhance a clinical response based on functional genomic data with high throughput platforms. This work is set up using the HP D300 Digital Dispenser and have found that it saves time, along with offering flexible, accurate and user friendly setup. The NRSC will also describe a Synergy Tool which they are using for the data analysis. Join Dr Roderick Beijersbergen and Dr Pasi Halonen from the NRSC to hear further details about this drug synergy workflow including some details for the analysis of the generated data along with Jessica Merlino from Tecan

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