Screening is an essential method for analyzing a group of chemicals, molecules, and/or compounds for a particular function in a prescribed assay. Proper screening is important for the identification of meaningful associations between compounds and targets, and screening technology has significantly improved over the last 20 years, allowing for increased precision and efficiency in drug development.

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⋅ The pros and cons of high-throughput screening and phenotypic screening
⋅ How to establish a screening process
⋅ New developments in target-based high-throughput screening
⋅ Key factors in the renaissance of phenotypic screening

This free eBook was made possible by an educational grant from PerkinElmer, Inc.

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