bioassay

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Synonyms for bioassay

appraisal of the biological activity of a substance by testing its effect on an organism and comparing the result with some agreed standard

subject to a bio-assay

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In traditional biological assays, microplates - a flat plate with multiple wells in which samples are placed - are commonly used, and each well requires at least 2,500 or 5,000 cells, to be present for viable analysis.
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Once a scientist submits a molecule to the website and it meets certain specified requirements, Lilly tests it in a series of biological assay panels that evaluate it for its uniqueness and potential to be further optimized into a drug candidate.
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Our engineering, manufacturing and quality systems expertise coupled with USAMRIID's expertise in biological assay development creates a very powerful combination for delivering a new generation of rapid, low-cost bio-security products to the marketplace.
Numerate's drug design platform consists of proprietary and validated methods for using biological assay data to develop predictive models of activity with accuracies comparable to laboratory testing.
7,702,467 B2, which provides patent protection for methods of using biological assay data to develop predictive models.
Explore recent developments in high throughput screening with this report's analysis of innovations in biological assay development, including improvements in vitro assays, cell-based assay technology and in-vivo methods for lead generation.
Explore recent developments in high throughput screening with this report's analysis of innovations in biological assay development, including improvements in in vitro assays, cell-based assay technology and in-vivo methods for lead generation.
AMRI will use its expertise in computer-aided drug discovery (CADD), biological assay development and high throughput screening for this project.
This expert works at a leading US university towards the development of cutting edge devices that combine standard integrated circuit technologies (CMOS), standard biological assay methods (like fluorescent labeling and cell culture) and novel methods (integrated sample preparation and manipulation).
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PositiveID develops biological detection and diagnostics systems, specializing in the development of microfluidic systems for the automated preparation of and performance of biological assays.
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