A simple co-culture assay that can assess anti-tumour T-cell cytotoxicity via luminescence and flow cytometry has been created.
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The importance of characterising chemical starting points of drugs using appropriate in vitro ADME-toxicity assays
Over the past 30 years, one strategy the pharmaceutical industry has adopted in the drug discovery process has been to “fail early, fail often”.1,2 As most molecules in the early stages of drug discovery will have sub-optimal characteristics, significant modification is necessary to improve their properties.
Application note: Fc-Receptor binding in ADCC assays utilising LANCE Ultra Technology – characterisation of hIGs and FcγRIIIa
In this application note, PerkinElmer demonstrates the ease and utility of using LANCE® Ultra, a homogeneous assay format, for determining binding profiles of therapeutic monoclonal antibodies to FcγRs.
DiscoverX recently introduced the single donor-derived KILR CD16 Effector Cells to ensure assay reproducibility for screening, characterisation, and QC lot release of antibody drugs.
6 October 2017 | By DiscoverX Corporation
In this webinar, we discussed how two qualification studies on KILR CD16 Effector Cells demonstrated accuracy and precision in different assays formats.
In this application note, IntelliCyt Corporation demonstrate a fast, efficient, radioactivity-free CMC assay with low sample input requirements, enabling miniaturisation to 384-well plates, using the iQue® Screener...
This application note details a highly sensitive and rapid way to measure viable cells in culture and quantify cytotoxic effects of experimental treatment...