- Explain what DOE is and why biologists should use it
- Walk you through the steps needed to perform and execute a DOE
- Talk about the challenges to regularly performing DOE
- Discuss how biologists can overcome the barriers to DOE
Using Synthace, Oxford Biomedica have been able to design, plan, and execute a two-iteration DOE optimization and robustness study of their transfection and transduction processes in a dramatically reduced timeframe.
Increase in vector titre
Reduction in pure error
We're starting to deal with very big datasets, and some vendor software can be cumbersome and slow. Synthace alleviates this problem by integrating offline data in a very user-friendly, comprehensive, and dynamic way."
Group Lead, Computer-Aided Biology (CAB) Group at Oxford Biomedica