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COVID-19 Infographic Resources

SLAS has created a series of infographics to help explain the technical and often complex terms discussed during the COVID-19 pandemic. These infographics will help illustrate, in very basic terms, the scientific research behind the ongoing work that is being done in labs worldwide to better understand the nature of the virus, diagnose and manage patients, develop vaccines, and discover more effective ways to stop the pandemic and save lives.  

We invite you to share these infographics widely with your networks, family members, friends, and on your social media channels. Check back as we add more to this library.

Old Drugs are New Again

Learn how researchers use high-throughput screening (HTS) to determine whether existing drugs can be repurposed as possible treatments for COVID-19.


This infographic is available in the following downloadable formats:

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Old Drugs are New Again

What is an Assay?

“What is an ASSAY anyway?” explains the term and significance of the word “assay,” which is a basic and standard procedure in laboratory medicine and critical to the activities going on in countless labs today.

This infographic is available in the following downloadable formats:

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what is an assay

 

Coronavirus Diagnostic Tests

“How do Coronavirus Diagnostic Tests Work?” explains blood-derived and virus-derived testing, how the tests are conducted as well as the pros and cons of each.

This infographic is available in the following downloadable formats:


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what is an assay

 

Other SLAS Resources

Read Part 1: SLAS Community Engages in the COVID-19 Fight in Electronic Laboratory Neighborhood.

Read Part 2: SLAS Community Engages in the COVID-19 Fight in Electronic Laboratory Neighborhood.

Just published in SLAS Discovery:

View prior SLAS Discovery and SLAS Technology articles on the topics of screening, drug development, target biology and assay development.

Visit the SLAS CONNECTED group, COVID-19 Resources, for additional insight, content and discussions on relevant COVID-19 resources support requests.