A*STAR’s ETC, Agilent introduce drug screening platform Agilent Systems Inc. and A*STAR’s Experimental Therapeutics Center today announced the start of a drug screening system within ETC’s new Singapore Screening Centre. This partnership provides a full spectral range of state-of-the-art automation technologies to biomedical researchers, enabling efficient medication screening in a single location highly. The Singapore Screening Centre conducts high-throughput screening to identify potential drug candidates against disease, utilizing a library of over 300,000 chemical substances. It right now employs Agilent’s dual BioCel 1200 integrated system, which automates and coordinates the many processes of high-throughput screening, including compound management, assay plate planning and experiment replication, to ensure high-quality data while saving time and reducing the possibility of human mistake.S2g and S2f in the Supplementary Appendix, respectively. Figure 2A shows a forest plot evaluating the relative impact of responses to induction therapy and transplantation and random assignment to lenalidomide or placebo on the time to progression in the two study groups. We can not conclude that there was an interaction between remission position at randomization and maintenance therapy with respect to time to progression . Nevertheless, lenalidomide maintenance therapy seemed to increase the period to progression in sufferers who didn’t have total remission at day 100 after transplantation. General Survival Relating to Stratification at Randomization Fig. Elevated). Fig. S2i in the Supplementary Appendix shows overall survival according to position regarding prior induction therapy with thalidomide , and Fig.