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New IonWorks Barracuda Automated Patch Clamp System Meets Need for Affordable, Accelerated Screening of Ligand- & Voltage-Gated Ion Channels Via Direct Electrophysiology Assays
Date:9/28/2010

pay for itself in as few as three directed library screens compared to other automated electrophysiology platforms. The system is also well suited for follow-on studies, such as hit-to-lead, compound profiling, and safety assessments.

"This System is the ideal screening solution for cardiovascular, metabolic, central nervous system, and immune function drug discovery programs," said Mark Verheyden, President of Molecular Devices. "Ion channels have long been implicated in these disorders, yet they remain a largely unexplored target class due to a historical lack of practical technologies that provided the required throughput. Now, with the IonWorks Barracuda Platform, drug discovery researchers can screen large, directed libraries against both types of ion channels via direct electrophysiology assays affordably, giving them the technology they need to discover new chemical entities that could one day be used to improve the lives of people afflicted with these debilitating disorders."

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