​The University of Kansas Infectious Disease Assay Development Core (IDAD) helps researchers with assay development and high throughput screening technologies for identifying chemical probes against infectious disease targets. The laboratory resources include automation for liquid handling, integrated multimodal signal detection instruments and a ~300,000 compound collection of small molecule diversity scaffolds as well as FDA approved drugs and bioactives.​


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