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TTP Labtech Partners with Genedata to Provide Out-of-the-Box Data Analysis for High Throughput Screening
The partnership will integrate Genedata Screener® software with TTP Labtech’s acumen® Cellista and mirrorball® to improve screening data management
TTP Labtech Ltd, a global leader in the design and development of automated instrumentation and consumables for life science applications, has announced that it is partnering with Genedata to provide customers with improved solutions for importing and analysing raw data from their screening instruments.
The partnership will integrate Genedata Screener software with TTP Labtech’s high throughput compound and biologics screening tools, including acumen® Cellista and mirrorball®. This will provide customers with out-of-the-box fast and efficient connection between their laboratory tools and the Genedata Screener platform, which will enable improved data sharing and visibility across multiple sites. It will also help improve integration and analysis of screening data from multiple sources.
Sarah Payne, product manager, TTP Labtech, commented: “The integration with Genedata Screener streamlines the screening workflow for customers and enables them to analyse and view the results of large screening data sets within one software - all of which drives more rapid and informed decision-making.”
Dr Stephan Heyse, business unit head of Genedata Screener, said, “Genedata partners with leading technology providers to improve operational efficiencies in the drug discovery process. Our Ready-to-Run program provides out-of-the-box integration of the Genedata Screener platform with complex screening instruments, such as those used for cytometry and cellular imaging. This enables researchers to directly benefit from Genedata Screener data harmonization and analysis capabilities for the most complex screening data in a transparent and comparable fashion. We are delighted to partner with TTP Labtech on this integration project.”