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READY-2-GO
CELL HEALTH
ASSAY SERVICE

Get multiplexed measurements of proliferation, apoptosis, and cell viability.

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 CELL VIABILITY: AN INDISPENSABLE INDICATOR OF DRUG SAFETY & TOXICITY

Cell viability and proliferation are critical pieces of information for assessing drug safety and toxicity. Depending on the disease of interest, drug-development campaigns may seek to enhance cell repopulation, as in degenerative diseases, or inhibit it, as in cancer.

Our Ready-2-Go assay service provides multi-parameter assessments that quantitatively measure cell proliferation, apoptosis, and viability in multiple cell types.

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Choose A549, U-2 OS, or Hep G2 cells

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Multiplexed measurements of proliferation, apoptosis, and cell viability

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Only 4-6 weeks from assay to report

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Option to bundle R2G Services or transition to Custom Services

ASSESS YOUR THERAPEUTICS' EFFECT ON CELL VIABILITY

Cells are treated with reference compounds alongside your test articles. Images are then acquired and analyzed at various time points to assess changes in cell proliferation, apoptosis, and viability.

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BUILD A GENERAL FRAMEWORK OF TOXICITY

Bundle this service with our Ready-2-Go Mitochondrial Health Assay Service to gain a better understanding of your therapeutics' impact on cell viability.

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CUSTOM ASSAY SERVICES

Can't find what you need? Work with our team to design a custom assay.