High Throughput Screening

The High-Throughput Screening (HTS) Facility was established at the ICGEB Trieste in 2008 as a result of a collaborative project involving four research centres in Northeast Italy (ICGEB Trieste, LNCIB, SISSA, CIME), financed by the Friuli-Venezia-Giulia Regional Government.

The main goal of the High-Throughput Screening (HTS) Facility is to provide the research community with a platform of up-to-date instrumentation and adequate expertise to apply high-throughput screening approaches, in particular genome-wide RNA interference screening (siRNA and miRNA), to fundamental biomedical research. The HTS Facility at the ICGEB has been operative since 2008.  About the Facility
Data Analysis
RNAi Global Initiative
Collaboration and Training


2 February 2018
A method for the detection of virus infectivity in single cells and real time: Towards an automated fluorescence neutralization test

by Maistriau et al. published in Virus Research 

For further information:
Luca Braga
Email: [email protected]