A 96-well plate platform is used to process multiple samples or reactions simultaneously. It is usually made of plastic or glass and has a flat bottom and 96 wells, each of which can hold one sample. 96-well plate platforms are widely used for high-throughput (HT) experiments such as enzyme activity assays and polymerase chain reactions (PCR). By adding different reagents, samples, or reaction systems to different wells, large-scale experimental operations can be performed quickly and in parallel. This platform is designed to help increase experimental efficiency, save time and resources, and automate the processing and reading of data. Combining the platform with analytical instruments such as a microplate reader, high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC), or mass spectrometry (MS), the detection instrument HT generates corresponding data for each small well to provide information on individual sample molecules. This HT sample analysis method has been applied in biomedical research, proteomics, and drug development.
Fig.1 Strategy for glycan release, fluorescent labeling, NPHPLC profiling, structure assignments, and relative quantitation. (Royle, et al., 2008)
CD BioGlyco provides clients with specialized High-Throughput Glycan Screening (HTS) Services based on a 96-well plate platform. The services we provide include but are not limited to:
Fig.2 HTS of glycans based on the 96-well plate platform. (CD BioGlyco, 2023)
CD BioGlyco is committed to providing our clients with the highest-quality HT glycan screening using a 96-well plate platform, utilizing the latest technology and innovative solutions to help our clients advance their research. If you are interested in our services, please feel free to contact us for more details.