Webinar: What's New in Screener 17
Completely web-based, the new Genedata Screener 17, known for its workflow automation support, features a modern and intuitive web interface, dynamic visualizations, and new functionality to advance large-molecule discovery. Here’s a sampling of what’s new in Screener 17.
Experimental Data is in Biological Context—Out of the Box: The new Assay Catalog allows you to define standard terminology for assays, annotations, and result types, as well as to register assays and link experimental data to them.
Real-time Compilations of Compound Results Enhance Decision Support: New web-based Hit Profiler compiles rich screening results by assay biology into structured, interactive, scalable views and reports. Insightful visualizations enable early characterization of actives, hits, and leads in the discovery process.
Automated Analysis for Large-molecule Discovery: Completely reworked Cell Population Extension improves analysis workflows for flow cytometry assays and provides improved QC methods and visualizations on wells, molecules, and assays. For molecule quantification by BLI, new methods are available for quantification assays on the Octet platform.
Gene Expression Profiling Screens in High Throughput: Transcriptomic Screening analysis adds to Screener importers, calculations, and visualizations to quantify high-throughput multiplexed gene expression data in a simple and streamlined workflow.
Raising the Bar on Automated Deep Learning-based HCS Image Analysis: Screener 17 interoperates with new Genedata Imagence 2.0, designed for faster and more scalable workflows. Together, these cutting-edge solutions automate the workflow from image loading, through image and data analysis, to data warehouse reporting.