Accelerating The Study Of Viral Infections & Therapeutics


Thursday, 3rd September, 2020  
16:00 to 17:00 CEST (Berlin, Paris, Madrid)


Learn how you can use microplate readers and imaging solutions in your viral research – from antibody binding assays to viral detection, and from viral neutralisation and infectivity assays to elucidating viral mechanisms of action. Across a wide range of workflows, microplate readers, automated imaging systems and high content imaging systems can be used to screen potential therapies, determine viral infectivity, and understand more about how a virus interacts and attacks cells. This webinar will consist of a pre-recorded presentation, followed by a live Q+A session with members of the Molecular Devices Field Application Scientist Team.

In this webinar, you will learn:

•How to integrate microplate reader detection and high content screening solutions into a single workflow, for detection of viral infectivity, investigation of viral mechanism of action, and screening of anti-viral therapies
•How to determine viral infectivity with fluorescence, luminescence, or absorbance-based microplate detection platforms
•How to establish robust assays across multiple platforms for high throughput detection of viral infectivity with microplate detection and high content imaging applications