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High Throughput Experimentation Made Easier Than Ever Before

Software for automated planning, execution, and analysis of high throughput experiments

Katalyst D2D is a web-based software application that offers a single interface for high throughput experimentation from Design to Decide.

Delivering comprehensive process development and execution, enabled by live analytical data.

Katalyst D2D enables you to automate manual tasks and eliminates transcription between the multiple systems you are currently using to plan and execute high throughput experiments—array-based chemistry or parallel synthesis.

Katalyst is purpose-built to automate and analyze your entire high throughput experiment workflow in one interface. It helps you design, plan, and execute array-based experiments by integrating with your lab automation—informatics systems and laboratory hardware.

Katalyst also supports high throughput analysis. It will help automatically analyze and assemble all your analytical data, from entire studies, in one place. So, you can comprehensively get from Design to Decide in one application.

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Learn how Katalyst D2D can help you streamline the processing and review of analytical data, directly associate analytical results with array design and well-plate location, reprocess data quick and efficiently through a web interface, and much more.
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This webinar will discuss how our new software application - Katalyst D2D - gets you from design to decision faster than ever before. If you are currently involved in high throughput (HT)/parallel synthesis, looking to improve automation productivity gains, or considering investments in automation; don't miss this webinar!
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