Case Study

Wound Healing Assays: High-Throughput, Accurate And Reproducible

Source: August Bioservices
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Cell migration is a crucial process involved in the development and progression of cancer, making it a very sought-after study included in the drug discovery pipeline. The wound healing assay is an established technique that measures response to changes in protein expression, cytotoxic treatment, or radiation treatment. Wound healing assays are widely used to study cell migration; however, traditional procedures include measuring the wound width manually with a stereomicroscope which is inconsistent, time consuming, and fraught with human error.

The experts at August Bioservices have years of experience applying the powerful technology from BioTek to eliminate unnecessary error and provide accurate and reproducible data in a high-throughput way.

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