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Tuesday, April 12, 2016
Ulrike Herbrand, PhD, Charles River Laboratories
In past years, the requirement for bioactivity testing changed from later phase lot release and stability testing to additional applications like biocomparability testing for follow-on biologics, accelerated stress condition testing and confirmation of successful production scale up. Therefore a suitable bioassay is needed at a very early time point. This webinar will look at a wide variety of therapeutic proteins and illustrate some best practices in method development that results in reliable, reproducible and precise assays, and discuss which assays may be best for your product and development program.
Tuesday, March 22, 2016
Andrew Benjamin Nixon, PhD, MBA, Duke University School of Medicine
This webinar will explore circulating cell-free DNA workflows for biomarker discovery and downstream NGS analysis of tumor samples in a research environment.
Tuesday, March 08, 2016
Carl Strayer, PhD
Luminescent reporter assays are powerful research tools for a variety of applications. This webinar explains critical aspects of reporter assay design to help you implement a robust assay that delivers meaningful results.
Tuesday, February 09, 2016
Nucleic acid purification is the first step in genomics research. Come learn about the basics of nucleic acid purification, approaches taken for purification of DNA or RNA and how purification chemistries are applied to common nucleic acid purification workflows.
Tuesday, January 26, 2016
Gabriela Saldanha & Martin Ensenberger, PhD
Human cell line misidentification is a common problem in the research community that can have significant negative consequences. As of January 2016, applicants for grants will be required to authenticate key biological resources, including cell lines. This webinar will provide a brief history of cell line contamination and outline a simple and inexpensive method for authenticating human cell lines.