Maintaining the most extensive sample and objective compatibility, the ImageXpress Micro XL System raises the bar as the most flexible widefield high content screening system on the market.
What does HCS stand for?
HCS stands for High Content Screening
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- Healthy Communities Scholars (Brown University; Providence, RI)
- Helicopter Combat Support (Special) Squadron (US Navy)
- Helicopter Control Ship
- Helicopter Coordination Section
- Heritage Christian School (various locations)
- Hertford Choral Society (Hertfordshire, England, UK)
- HES Cabling Systems (Turkey)
- Hierarchical Cell Structure
- High Carbon Steel
- High Class Society
- High Current System
- High-Performance Computing and Simulation Research Laboratory
- Highway Capacity Software
- HIH Claims Support (insurance; Australia)
- Hippocampal Sclerosis (neurology)
- Histochemical Society
- HIV Care Services (Virginia)
- Hokkaido Computer School (Japan)
- Holderness Central School (New Hampshire)
- Holland Christian Schools
Samples in periodicals archive:
The company recently released its first High Content Screening Automation package for confocal research microscopes, Leica HCS A, a highly flexible tool for automated imaging in multiple dimensions.
00 Hardcover QH324 Haney (Wyeth Research) has developed programs for oncology drug development for decades, and he edits this collection of research papers which explains how High Content Screening (HCS) has become the preferred method for toxicology studies in recent years.
the creator of High Content Screening (HCS), and global medical technology company BD (Becton, Dickinson and Company), through its BD Biosciences unit, announced today that they have entered into a non-exclusive, worldwide patent license agreement.
The project will assess the scientific and economic utility of the ReferenceCell[TM], a technology that provides quantification of cell-based assays and high content screening (HCS) through adhesive micropatterns which control cell morphology down to its internal architecture, offering defined microenvironment conditions for each cell.
a leader in creating software and hardware tools for High Content Screening (HCS), today announced they have launched a customized information technology (IT) solution that allows biopharmaceutical scientists and academic researchers to better understand how potential drug candidates or targets of interest affect cellular function.
This year we are very pleased to showcase several new and innovative technologies in cell-based assays, high content screening and high throughput screening, as well as demonstrating our continuing leadership in cellular imaging and radiochemicals.
the creator and market leader of high content screening (HCS), announced today at the Society for Biomolecular Screening conference in Portland, OR, the release of three new BioApplication software modules, Kinetic Molecular Translocation, Morphology, and Cell Health Profiling, for Cellomics' fully integrated HCS Platform.