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The Future of Compound Management
EP20163
Poster Title: The Future of Compound Management
Submitted on 19 Dec 2013
Author(s): Dr Richard Kim, Ben Schenker, Simon Tullett
Affiliations: TTP Labtech Ltd
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Abstract: Current compound management practices have evolved to support both primary and secondary screening projects from a centralized repository storing a combination of plates and tubes. In this poster we will describe an innovative large-scale tube-based compound management approach to maximize lab space; improve compound stability; enable rapid generation of custom screening sets; while providing background QC and real time library integration of new chemical entities.Summary: Current compound management practices have evolved to support both primary and secondary screening projects from a centralized repository storing a combination of plates and tubes. In this poster we will describe an innovative large-scale tube-based compound management approach to maximize lab space; improve compound stability; enable rapid generation of custom screening sets; while providing background QC and real time library integration of new chemical entities.Report abuse »
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