Cell-Based Assays Posters


Cell-Based Assays Posters - Pre-Invasion & Post-InvasionA Fully Three‐dimensional Assay for High‐content Analysis of Cell Invasion
Details performance of the Oris™ 3D Embedded Invasion Assay. Shows differential inhibition of 3D invasion vs 2D migration by MMP inhibitor GM6001. Presented at ASCB 2015

Cell-Based Assays Posters - Monitor ChangeThe new Atmospheric Control Unit (ACU) for the CLARIOstar® provides versatility in long term cell-based assays from Promega and Platypus
Validates the measurement of fluorescence intensity in the detection zone as a means of quantifying cell migration in Oris™ Pro assays. Presented at SLAS 2015

Cell-Based Assays Posters - Automatable 3DAn Automatable 3-Dimensional Cell Invasion Assay Compatible with High Content Analysis
Validates cell movement through a 3D collagen I matrix in the Oris™ Pro Invasion assay, and demonstrates higher Z’ scores than Boyden/transwell assays. Presented at ASCB 2014 and SLAS 2015

Cell-Based Assays Posters - 3D CellA 3-Dimensional Cell Invasion Assay Compatible with High Content Screening
Details the Oris™ Pro Invasion assay performance for analysis of cell migration and invasion, and demonstrates inhibition of migration and invasion by cytochalasin D. Presented at AACR 2014

Cell-Based Assays Posters - Cell MigrationCell Migration Assays from Platypus Technologies (Oris™ and Oris™ Pro) are Digitally Imaged Using the PHERAstar FS from BMG LABTECH
Illustrates the use of a high-end plate reader to quantify Oris™ and Oris™ Pro assays efficiently and accurately. Presented at SLAS 2014

Cell-Based Assays Posters - Multiple Cell LinesAnalysis of Multiple Cell Lines and Varying Collagen Concentrations in a 3-Dimensional Cell Invasion Assay
Illustrates how cell invasion rates vary with collagen I concentration and cell type in the Oris™ Pro Cell Invasion Assay. Also shows how ImageJ can be used to virtualize orthogonal views of invading cells in the 3-dimensional collagen matrix. Presented at FAST 2013

Cell-Based Assays Posters - HTS PerformanceHTS Performance and High-content Analysis of Antimigratory Compound Phenotypes Using the Oris™ Pro 384 Cell Migration Assay
An example of how the Oris™ Pro 384 Cell Migration Assay can be used to screen for compounds that act on cell migration. Presented at AACR 2013

Cell-Based Assays Posters - HTS PerformanceHTS performance and high-content analysis of antimigratory compound phenotypes using the Oris™ Pro 384 Cell Migration Assay
One of three posters illustrating the acquisition of multiparametric data sets using the Oris™ Pro Cell Migration Assay with high-content screening systems. Presented at SLAS 2012

Cell-Based Assays Posters - High Content AnalysisHigh Content Analysis of a Robust 384-Well Cell Migration Assay
The second of three posters illustrating the acquisition of multiparametric data sets using the Oris™ Pro Cell Migration Assay with high-content screening systems. Presented at CYTO 2011

Cell-Based Assays Posters - IN-Cell Analyzer 6000Oris™ Pro 384 Cell Migration Assays run on IN Cell Analyzer 6000
The third of three posters illustrating the acquisition of multiparametric data sets using the Oris™ Pro Cell Migration Assay with high-content screening systems. Presented at SBS 2011

Cell-Based Assays Posters - Optimizing Robustness“Optimizing Robustness of the Membrane-free, Oris™ Cell Migration Assay for High Throughput Screening using the BioTek Synergy™ HT Multi-Mode Microplate Reader.”
Details performance of the Oris™ Cell Migration Assay with different plate coatings and alternative stains. Presented at Lab Automation 2009

Cell-Based Assays Posters - Novel High Throughput“A Novel High Throughput-Compatible Cell Migration Screening Assay using an Acumen eX3.”
Details an approach to Oris™ Cell Migration Assay optimization, and provides an efficient data analysis approach that generates high Z-factors. Presented at Lab Automation 2009

Cell-Based Assays Posters - Substrate DependentSubstrate Dependent Effects of c-Met Inhibitors on HGF-induced Cell Migration
Provides examples of how surface coatings impact aspects of cell physiology in the Oris™ Cell Migration Assay. Presented at ASCB 2008