Signals Screening is an intuitive, configurable, and flexible screening workflow processing engine on top of the unparalleled data visualization and analysis capabilities of TIBCO Spotfire®.
Check out the latest improvements.
|March 2021: PerkinElmer Signals 2.6||-|
PerkinElmer Signals™ Screening 2.6– Launching In Vivo Apps and new UISignals Screening 2.6 continues our rapid progress on many fronts to support scientists doing testing work throughout all stages of life science product R&D, from early-stage assay development all the way through late stage testing in vivo. This release is a feature rich release adding a new main Apps page, our first support for In Vivo workflows, and for addressing specific targeted bug fixes and feature enhancements.
New Signals App main page. Signals Screening’s new App page is a beautiful, slick, intuitive, user interface that is easy to navigate, allows users to bookmark favorites workflows and apps, and consistent in its iconography. Also, the user’s experiences of Workflow creation and management have been improved greatly. Important detail: we have re-labeled Signals Screening “Protocols” to “Workflows”.
Fig 1: New Signals App main Page with workflows
Fig 2: New Signals App main page with intuitive user interface that is easy to navigate, easy to bookmark favorite workflows and apps.
In Vivo Apps for Pharmacokinetics. We have added a new wing to the science our product supports – In Vivo experiments. This first release of In Vivo Apps is focused on the process of running Pharmacokinetic (PK) experiments. The 8 new Apps in this domain help organize all the steps of a complicated In Vivo workflow: Study Definition, treatment planning, drug dose calculation, animal measurement, blood sampling, dose verification and final PK calculations and QA/QC. Contact your PerkinElmer account manager to get access to beta version of the in vivo apps, see our roadmap or discuss your in vivo workflows and potential collaboration with PerkinElmer.
Fig 3: In vivo apps for Pharmacokinetics
Curve Fitting and Calculations Explorer improvements. Signals Screening 2.6 adds several improvements to curve fitting and Calculations Explorer including:
Also included in this release are many additional smaller bug fixes, feature enhancements, and incremental improvements.
As a reminder, Signals Screening enables biologists to perform all the foundational steps of screening:
These new capabilities are additions on to the prior Signals Screening capabilities, such that our customers are now enabled for Basic Screening, High-Content Screening, as well as SPR.
Summarizing, the Signals Screening product includes:
These applications require TIBCO Spotfire® 10.3 LTS, or 10.10 LTS. Signals Screening is available for onsite deployment.
NOTE: with this release we are officially discontinuing support for Spotfire 7.11LTS version in the product.
|December 2020: PerkinElmer Signals 2.5.1||+|
Signals Screening 2.5.1 Released – official TIBCO Spotfire 10.10 LTS support
Signals Screening 2.5.1 continues our rapid progress on the core screening and SPR capabilities to support scientists doing testing work throughout all stages of life science product R&D, from early-stage assay development all the way through late stage testing. This release is focused around adding official support for TIBCO Spotfire® 10.10 LTS and for addressing specific targeted bug fixes and feature enhancements.
Curve Fitting and Calculations Explorer improvements. Signals Screening 2.5.1 adds several improvements to the settings that are stored with the CE templates including:
These applications require TIBCO Spotfire® 7.11 LTS, 10.3 LTS, or 10.10 LTS. Signals Screening is available for onsite deployment.
|August 2020: PerkinElmer Signals 2.5||+|
Signals Screening 2.5 continues the rapid progress on core screening and SPR capabilities to support scientists doing testing work throughout all stages of life science product R&D, from early-stage assay development all the way through late stage testing.
Core Screening capability improvements
|April 2020: PerkinElmer Signals 2.4.1||+|