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High-content screening of GPCR activation with MetaXpress, AcuityXpress and the Transfluor assay system

METAXPRESS APPLICATION NOTE By Susan Catalano, Ph.D., Acumen Pharmaceuticals, Sylvia de Bruin, Joe Bosworth, Ph.D., Neal Gliksman, Ph.D., Kimberly Best, Ph.D. and Paula Rickert, Ph.D., Molecular Devices Corporation, 1311 Orleans Dr...
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Transfluor Technology

Transfluor is a cell-based fluorescence assay used to screen for G-protein ... Transfluor Evaluation Kit ... Transfluor Quick Start Protocol ...

Transfluor Technology GPCR Assays

Transfluor is an advanced, cell-based screening technology applicable to all ... Transfluor has been successfully validated on over 90 GPCRs and works across all ...

Aurora Funds

Norak Biosciences Partners With Purdue Pharma for Access to Transfluor® Technology ... Transfluor® is ideally suited to screen orphan GPCRs because no prior knowledge ...

Aurora Funds

Transfluor® was exclusively licensed in 1999 by Norak from technology developed ... Norak is utilizing its proprietary Transfluor® technology to become a worldwide ...

SBS Roche Transfluor

... label (positive and negative images, or a dose response curve) SBS Roche Transfluor ... This image set is of a Transfluor assay where an orphan GPCR is stably ...

A-2008A: Analysis of GPCR Activity

ment of the NORAK Transfluor. assay for GPCR. activity on ... Access to the Norak Transfluor assay requires a separate patent license, which ... Transfluor. ...
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