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Promega @cademy webinar:

Mitochondrial ToxGlo:  A Predictive, Multiplexed Assay Method for the Assessment of Mitochondrial Health

 

The Promega @cademy provides a tailored programme of non-commercial live webinars, covering a wide range of scientific topics, from very basic concepts to highly technical research presentations. We would like to invite you for the free webinar, which was held on Monday November 7, 2011. The title is: "Mitochondrial ToxGlo:  A Predictive, Multiplexed Assay Method for the Assessment of Mitochondrial Health ".

 

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This is a specialist webinar. Specialist webinars address more specialized topics and are useful for PhD students and senior scientists.


 

Abstract:

 

Mitochondrial health closely correlates with overall cellular health and therefore is an important consideration in any drug development and safety effort.   Although elegant systems exist for measuring mitochondrial dysfunction, the existing technologies are poorly accessible due to expense, requisite instrumentation and consumables, and have low throughput. This seminar will demonstrate a simple, rapid, sensitive, cost-effective and predictive, cell-based multiplexed method to assess and triage potential mitochondrial toxicities from large chemical libraries or medicinal modification efforts .

Speaker:

This webinar is presented by Andrew Niles

 

VIEW recording of this webinar

http://promega.adobeconnect.com/p6yndxa19tl/

 

 

The webinar will approximately take 1 hour.  


 

All Promega @cademy webinars are free, though we do ask you to register.



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