ULTImate YChemH: a powerful tool for drug target deconvolutionVideo
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Challenges & Solutions in Today's In Vitro Transporter Research LandscapeVideo
Key concepts discussed in this webinar included: - Ramifications of recent FDA in vitro DDI guidance changes to transporter study designs - Challenges from diverse compounds in otherwise straightforward assays - Solutions to problems associated with specific compound characteristics - Case studies of problematic observations or data and the creative methods of troubleshooting applied
PerkinElmer VICTOR Nivo Multimode Plate Reader - So Much Science So Little Bench SpaceVideo
The VICTOR Nivo system: The next big thing in plate readers is now the smallest.
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