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11th International ISSX Meeting

Visit us at Booth #46 to learn about our complete portfolio of reagents to assist in your ADME-Tox and Cell Viability research.

  • BEXCO, Busan, Korea.
  •  Sunday, June 12, 2016 – Thursday, June 16, 2016

Monitor Cell Viability in Real Time
Come by Booth #46 and learn how you can monitor real-time viability changes with no interference in downstream assays.
Providing innovative products and technical support for:
RealTime-Glo™ MT Cell Viability Assay
  • Monitor dose-dependent viability responses in real time from the same well
  • Use same cells in downstream molecular applications or cell-based assays
  • Gain greater sensitivity and signal-to-background ratio compared to MTT or Resazurin assays, in less time
  • Minimize sample variability, cell culture use and setup time
P450-Glo™ Assays
  • Assays available to measure human 3A4, 1A2 and 2B6 gene induction
  • Broad dynamic range and better sensitivity result in less ambiguous data
  • Simple “add-and-read” format
  • Luminescent output eliminates interference from fluorescent test compounds
  • Scalable to 384-well format, reducing cost per well
ATTEND OUR INDUSTRY SPONSORED SYMPOSIUM
Jim Cali
Illuminating Xenobiotic Effects In Vitro with Optical Assay Chemistries
Presented by Jim Cali, PhD, Director of Research
Tuesday, June 14, 2016
7:45–8:45am, Room 2F 205
ATTEND OUR POSTER PRESENTATION
No-Wash Homogeneous OAT1B1 and -1B3 Assays that Utilize a d-luciferin Derivative as a Probe Substrate
Presented by Jim Cali, PhD, Director of Research
Monday–Wednesday, June 13–15, 2016
Board #: P262
Note that Dr. Cali will be available at the poster on Wed., June 15, 12:15–1:00pm

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