High Content Screening: A Powerful Approach to Systems Cell by D. Lansing Taylor (auth.), D. Lansing Taylor, Jeffrey R.

By D. Lansing Taylor (auth.), D. Lansing Taylor, Jeffrey R. Haskins, Kenneth A. Giuliano (eds.)

High content material screening (HCS) used to be constructed by means of Cellomics Inc. within the mid-1990s to deal with the necessity for a platform which may be utilized in the discovery-driven study and improvement required to appreciate the features of genes and gene items on the point of the phone. excessive content material Screening: a strong method of platforms cellphone Biology and Drug Discovery discusses its use as a excessive throughput platform to appreciate the services of genes, RNA, proteins, and different mobile elements on the point of the dwelling cell.
excessive content material Screening is assembled to help either latest clients of HCS, in addition to investigators contemplating the addition of a discovery-driven platform to their study and improvement actions. The chapters were geared up into sections that spotlight the significance of integrating instrumentation, software software program, reagents, and informatics. additionally, there's a mixture of natural overview chapters on key issues and particular equipment chapters.

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DeBiasio, R. , Dunlay, R. , et al. (1997) High content screening: a new approach 1. to easing key bottlenecks in the drug discovery process. J. Biomol. Screen 2, 249–259. 2 Taylor, D. L. and Giuliano, K. A. (2005) Multiplexed high content screening assays create a systems 2. cell biology approach to drug discovery. Drug Discov. Today Technol. 2, 149–154. 3 Mattick, J. S. (2003) Challenging the dogma: the hidden layer of non-protein-coding RNA’s in com3. plex organisms. Bioassays 25, 930–939. 4 Gibbs, W.

Optical sectioning. J. Biomol. Screen. 1, 75–80. 57 Giuliano, K. , Haskins, J. , and Taylor, D. L. (2003) Advances in high content screening for drug 57. discovery. ASSAY and Drug Dev. Tech. 1, 565–577. 58 Giuliano, K. , and Taylor, D. L. (2004) Highcontent screening with siRNA optimizes a 58. cell biological approach to drug discovery: defining the role of p53 activation in the cellular response to anticancer drugs. J. Biomol. Screen. 9, 557–567. 59 Giuliano, K. , Cheung, W. , Curran, D. , et al.

4. Subpopulation Dynamics in Morphology Profiling The mammalian cytoskeleton represents several exquisitely regulated mechano-chemical subsystems that coordinately assemble to provide dynamic cellular structures in response to external cues. As cell morphology represents the sum of these subcellular structures it provides a quantifiable readout for cell function and thus a powerful tool for dissection of signaling pathways. Previously, we have shown that multidimensional image-based analyses for cytoskeletal dynamics in macrophages can provide additional insight into the molecular regulation of adhesion complex assembly (7).

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