In vitro models that generate highly predictive data are indispensable for cancer research, drug discovery, therapy development and precision medicine. This webinar presents cutting-edge technologies across these applications with a strong focus on 3D cell culture and patient-derived microtumors, as well as miniaturized and automated assays, for accelerating time lines, cutting costs and reducing materials.
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- Increased speed and reproducibility at reduced costs with automated noncontact microwell plate washing using centrifugal forces for cell culturing, ELISA assays and bead-based DNA purification.
- Using drop-on-demand technology for extremely precise noncontact, low volume liquid dispensing to miniaturize and automate highly multiplexed
Panel of speakers:
Dr. Christoph Niemöller, application scientist at CYTENA
- Using droplet microarray, a revolutionary miniaturized format compatible with various equipment and suitable for automated analysis.
- Applications for high-throughput screening of live cells in 2D and 3D, including cytotoxicity and tumor spheroid screening.
Dr. Anna Popova, CTO of Aquarray
- Developing a small-footprint benchtop screening system for droplet microarrays that integrates state-of-the-art equipment
- Developing AI-driven handling and isolation of single entities, from cells and organoids to fish eggs.
Andreas Traube, head of department at Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation IPA
- Pioneering a testing platform for clinically relevant profiling of drug responses in cancer patients based on 3D microtumors derived from patient-specific cells.
- Routine testing of entire portfolios of anticancer drugs and compounds on a large scale in the same way as testing drugs for therapy decision support.
Dr. Jens Kelm, CEO of PreComb