Whether High Throughput or High Content – Screening is an essential part of the drug discovery process. Advanced technologies available for screening compounds and studying cell images to identify a target’s potential safety and efficacy create a tremendous volume of data. PerkinElmer’s comprehensive set of screening solutions from image data storage to analysis- available for both on-premises and cloud based applications- are designed to foster collaboration, increase efficiencies, and enable faster processing of even-larger volumes of compounds.
Perform your entire screening data analysis and validation in a single, easy-to-use platform, enabling you to save valuable time and reduce costs
Take advantage of the most advanced statistics, machine learning and data analysis methods to obtain reproducible and objective results
Implement exhaustive QC analyses with ease, calculate reliable normalizations, and benefit from interactive data exploration
Combine HTS and phenotypic data in one single platform to help quickly identify the next breakthrough compound. Efficiently integrate and analyze large scale image data from all HCS instruments
Integrate, search, retrieve, and manage data from anywhere, inside or outside the firewall, enabling rapid processing of ever-larger volumes of compounds
Annotate the data for ready extraction by researchers for downstream processing
Analyze and share with colleagues, and store safely in one comprehensive platform
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Signals Screening is an intuitive, configurable, and flexible screening workflow processing engine on top of the unparalleled data visualization and analysis capabilities of TIBCO Spotfire. The initial offering of Signals Screening addresses three key drug discovery assays:
Our Columbus™ Image Data Storage and Analysis system is an instrument agnostic image analysis and management platform. The Columbus system is the only system that provides universal high-volume image data storage and analysis and brings access to images from a wide range of sources including all major high content screening instruments.