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High Throughput Screening
Automated Sample Handling Systems, John Brussolo and Sheila DeWitt* (Published November, 1995).
The MDL SCREEN Approach to the Problem of Managing Data From Enterprise-Wide High Throughput Screening (HTS), Barr Bauer, MDL Information Systems (Published November, 1995).
Introducing MDL's SCREEN (Published December, 1995).
Virtual Wells: Combinatorial Biology Demands Ultra-High-Throughput Screening, Kathlene A. Thompson (Published September, 1996).
Statistical Considerations in High Throughput Screening, Michael W. Lutz, J. Alan Menius, Rebecca Gooding Laskody, Paul L. Domanico, Aaron S. Goetz, David L. Saussy and Tom Rimele (Published September, 1996).
The Successful Partnership of Biotechnology Based Screen Development with High Throughput Screening, Patricia Rose, Jessica Gorman, Steven Kurtz, Pramathesh Patel and Prabhavathi Fernandes (Published September,
Radioisotopic and Luminescence Counting in 384- and 96-well Microplates, Alfred J. Kolb* and Kenneth Neumann (Published August, 1996).
The Impact of Automation on Drug
Discovery, William P. Janzen (Published August, 1996).
Random Versus Rational: Which Is Better for General Compound Screening? S. Stanley Young, Mark Farmen, Andrew Rusinko III (Published August, 1996).
Strategic Considerations for Screening Natural Products, Matthew A. Sills (Published May, 1996).
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