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TTP Labtech’s Global Launch of Dragonfly Discovery at SLAS 2018
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TTP Labtech’s Global Launch of Dragonfly Discovery at SLAS 2018

TTP Labtech’s Global Launch of Dragonfly Discovery at SLAS 2018
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TTP Labtech’s Global Launch of Dragonfly Discovery at SLAS 2018

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TTP Labtech Ltd, a global leader in the design and development of automated instrumentation and consumables for life science applications, has announced the global commercial launch of its dragonfly® discovery liquid handling technology at SLAS 2018, in San Diego, CA USA. The novel liquid handling technology has been developed to provide researchers with a standard platform whereby they can easily develop complex assays and screen them in a robust and cost efficient manner.

TTP Labtech premiered prototype instruments last year at SLAS and have continued to collaborate closely with leading pharmaceutical companies on the further development of dragonfly discovery. With an aim to deeply understand the needs of the scientists involved in early stage drug discovery, TTP Labtech have worked together with their collaborators to develop an instrument that helps the scientists achieve their goal of reducing drug discovery cycle times. The platform enables rapid and reliable low volume (200 nL upwards) dispensing from a positive displacement disposable pipette (with 4 mL capacity), and 96,384 & 1,536 well compatibility, to allow assays to be developed directly in high density plate format using a common liquid handling platform. The combination of innovative technology and the incorporation of specific hardware and software features requested by collaborators ensures that dragonfly discovery not only significantly reduces assay development time, but also enables more seamless transition from assay development in to the screening phase. Additionally, it permits them to routinely deploy design of experiment (DoE) as part of assay development, particularly beneficial for complex cellular assays.

Joby Jenkins, director – product strategy, TTP Labtech, commented: “We are extremely excited to be launching this innovative liquid handling technology to the market. Dragonfly discovery provides high speed, non-contact dispensing from a disposable, positive displacement tip, which will effectively enable researchers to reduce assay development time as well as improve assay robustness in HTS.”

TTP Labtech will be presenting live demos of dragonfly discovery at SLAS 2018 from 3rd to 7th February 2018, in San Diego, CA, Booth #1219

As well as hosting an informative and interactive workshop with their collaborators from GSK:

“accelerating and miniaturizing assay development and mechanistic biology - exploring a collaborative approach to eliminating bottlenecks in early stage drug discovery.”

Presented by:
Peter Craggs - Investigator , Screening, Profiling and Mechanistic Biology, GSK, UK
Joby Jenkins - Director of Product Strategy, TTP Labtech, UK
date: 6th Feb 2018
time: 2:00 - 2:45 pm
room: 5A

And presenting scientific posters:

• Dragonfly® Discovery: Assay development meets ultra High Throughput Screening
poster number: 1243D | presentation date: Monday, 5th Feb | time: 5pm - 6pm
• utilisation of a novel independent multi-channel dispenser for rapid assay development of a bead based no-wash sandwich ELISA assay
poster number: 1242C | presentation date: Tuesday, 6th Feb | time: 2pm - 3pm
• a comparison of dispense performance of manual pipetting versus automated pipetting for assay development
poster number: 1243D | presentation date: Tuesday, 6th Feb | time: 5pm - 6pm