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Ananda Neurite Untangled

Traditional neuronal culture methods lack reproducibility and are difficult to quantify, which hinders key data generation in research and development. Learn how Molecular Devices worked together with Ananda Devices to build standardized ways to generate reproducible, multiparametric data using the NeuroHTS™ platform and the 7-factor neuronal morphological analysis.

Takeaways include:

  • How to produce standardized and reproducible nervous systems on-a-chip
  • How to generate thousands of data points for each culture with the 7-Factor Neuronal Morphological Analysis
  • How to leverage big data to derive next-level insights to accelerate research development
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Ananda Neurite Untangled

3D Imaging Seminar Series

Listen in as we share how to get the most out of the enormous amount of data extracted from these experiments.

Key takeaways include:

  • an end-to-end workflow to streamline the Cell Painting assay
  • a high-content solution to automate sample preparation and imaging
  • how to simplify results from complex datasets using advanced cloud-based analytics with StratoMineR
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3D Imaging Seminar Series

New standard in organoid culture and image-based analyses

The need to reduce drug attrition rates and the use of animal experimentation has led to the development of more complex in vitro models such as organoids. While organoids hold great potential for drug toxicity and efficacy assessment, their complexity introduces challenges that can hinder their wider use in existing drug development workflows.

Join the experts as they discuss how to standardize and optimize your 3D cultures to fully automate your organoid workflows and deliver robust, reproducible results.

Key takeaways include:

  • How to overcome the complexities of organoid imaging and assays
  • How to leverage label-free imaging and AI-based analysis for phenotypic profiling
  • How to screen 3D organoid models with high-content image and analysis
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Organoid Culture and Image-Based Analyses

Automate your 3D biology high-throughput workflows

There is a growing need in cell-based assays for drug discovery and disease modeling to closely represent biologically relevant microenvironments. This has led to increased interest in three-dimensional (3D) models for assay development and phenotypic screening as they better represent the complexity of human tissue. However, reliability and scalability challenges associated with 3D model development impacts its widespread adoption.

  • How to incorporate automation into your 3D biology workflows to generate phenotypic data from complex models in a high-throughput setting
  • How to leverage bioprinting for 3D biology applications such as spheroid and organoid formation, assay performance, and vascularized human tissue
  • How to monitor cell responses in real time to increase throughput and reduce variability
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3D Biology high-throughput workflows

Leverage automated, end-to-end workflows to enable complex organoid assays

3D organoids are becoming popular in drug discovery and disease modeling as they better represent biologically relevant microenvironments. However, the protocols for organoid assays are complex and often require labor-intensive monitoring by highly trained specialists. In addition, there is a lack of clarity about automation’s contribution to increasing assay throughput, scalability, and workflow reliability, while still reducing overall cost.

Key takeaways include:

  • Tools to increase organoid assay throughput and automation
  • Analysis approaches to gain more insight into complex systems, disease phenotypes, and compound effects
  • Methods to automate cell culture and cell analysis of 3D organoids
  • Examples of automated seeding, media exchange, organoid development monitoring, and phenotypic change evaluation
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Leverage Automated, end-to-end workflows to enable complex Organoid Assays