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Personalized Seminars for Your Lab

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Welcome to the Promega Webinar Series, an ongoing communication designed to keep you informed. Learn about basic concepts, tips and techniques to help your research, or understand how products were designed and how to implement in your lab. All presentations will be given by Promega scientists and you will have an opportunity to interact with our Technical Service Scientist directly during live events via chat. The webinars are free though we do ask that you register for the events. Registration allows us to send you the URL for the webinar.

Understanding Luminescent Reporter Assay Design

Cell-Based Assays

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.

Isolation of Circulating ctDNA from Archived Plasma Samples for Downstream Next Generation Sequencing Approaches

Genomics

Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Andrew Benjamin Nixon, PhD, MBA

This webinar will explore circulating cell-free DNA workflows for biomarker discovery and downstream NGS analysis of tumor samples in a research environment.

Did you miss one of our webinars? Simply select the appropriate link below and view the recorded webinar. It will not be interactive, but you will see the chat questions the original attendees asked. For additional information on the products discussed in the webinar, explore our links to videos and other resources.

If there is an area you would like to see covered, you can request a topic of your choice.

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Maintaining Scientific Integrity Through Cell Line Authentication

Genomics

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.

Understanding the Role of the Inflammasome in Inflammation

Cell-Based Assays

Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Martha O'Brien, PhD

This webinar will discuss two important outcomes of inflammasome induction, caspase-1 activation and pyroptosis, and will present a new method for directly measuring caspase-1 activation.

Methodologies and Considerations for Quantitation in Next Generation Sequencing Library Preparation

Genomics

Tuesday, December 15, 2015

Adam Blatter & Curtis Knox

A review of technologies for DNA quantitation before and after NGS library preparation.

Streamlining Kinase Profiling Workflow by Integrating Bioluminescent Kinase Strips with a Multimode Detection System

Cell-Based Assays

Tuesday, December 08, 2015

Hicham Zegzouti, PhD

We created new kinase profiling systems, based on the luminescent ADP-Glo™ kinase assay platform, for simplified inhibitor profiling studies. We also streamlined the process by integrating the profiling strips with the GloMax® Discover System.

Massively Parallel Sequencing for Forensic DNA Analysis

Genetic Identity

Tuesday, December 08, 2015

Douglas R. Storts, Ph.D.

In this webinar, we presented data demonstrating performance of the PowerSeq™ Systems, and outline the strengths and limitations of massively parallel sequencing technologies for routine forensic analysis. The prototype PowerSeq™ Systems include primers and amplification master mix for sequencing autosomal short tandem repeats (STRs), Y-chromosome STRs, the mitochondrial DNA control region, and various combinations of the three on an Illumina MiSeq® System.

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