Alex Dean

High-throughput Screening

Discussion created by Alex Dean on Sep 10, 2019

High-throughput screening technology is a method for screening candidate drugs that interact with targets from a large number of drug samples by using microplates containing molecules (such as enzymes and receptors) and cells as carriers. Candidate drugs are screened for the effect of the sample on the biological activity of the target or the overall cells. In the process of high-throughput screening, multiple disciplines are closely combined, such as pharmaceutical chemistry, molecular biology, cell biology, mathematics, microbiology and computer science. With the rapid development of high-throughput screening technology, it has become an important way to discover new drugs.

High-throughput Screening

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