Fast Forward: Accelerating CRISPR Research with Automated HCS

Download this poster sponsored by PerkinElmer to learn how automation is enabling genome editing with higher throughput and less hands-on effort.

The Scientist Creative Services Team
Jan 31, 2017

Why just keep your finger on the pulse of genome editing when you could also be keeping your thumb on the high-content screening (HCS) fast-forward button? New platforms are emerging that can make quick work of your genotypic and phenotypic screening workflows, from CRISPR targeting efficiency analysis and 3D cell culture, to integrated live-cell analysis. Learn how to research more and pipette less with automated, high-throughput phenotypic screening.

CRISPR has already ignited the imaginations of a generation of scientists. Now, automation is enabling genome editing with higher throughput with less hands-on effort. 

Download this poster from The Scientist, sponsored by PerkinElmer to learn more!

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Fast Forward: Accelerating CRISPR Research with Automated HCS

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