Real-Time Live-Cell Imaging and Analysis for Drug Discovery
In this webinar, you will learn:
- How live-cell kinetic detection reagents work
- How to generate kinetic multiplex data using a multimode plate reader with live cell imaging capabilities
- How to streamline and simplify the recording of dose- and time response curves for drug toxicity testing
- How to interpret live-cell kinetic data to better understand dynamics (or "dynamic processes") in apoptosis
Time- and dose-dependent analysis of cellular responses to drug treatments is critical in the drug discovery and characterization process. Here we present, how you can easily collect comprehensive time point data from a single sample well using live-cell, real-time detection reagents in combination with a multimodal plate reader that includes environmental control and cell imaging features.
Join researchers from Promega and Tecan to learn how to harness these new live-cell kinetic tools in your drug discovery research. We will present data on evaluating multiple small molecule inducers of apoptosis by measuring phosphatidylserine exposure, membrane permeability, and morphology changes in real-time.
Terry Riss, PhD
Senior Product Manager, Cell Health
Christian Oberdanner, PhD
Senior Applications Specialist