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Tuesday, January 27, 2015
Douglas Horejsh, Ph.D.
This webinar will discuss the growing field of miRNA research, the roles miRNA play in cells and a new solution for miRNA purification that simplifies purification without the use of any organic pre-processing.
Tuesday, January 13, 2015
Chad Zimprich, B.S.
This webinar will demonstrate how the HaloTag(R) Technology is uniquely suited to protein imaging analysis from simple cellular localization experiments to highly complex trafficking studies.
Tuesday, December 09, 2014
Matthew Robers and Brian Jarecki, Ph.D.
This webinar will discuss how highly pure human tissue cells and new transfection techniques can be used to build relevant human cell models that recapitulate disease phenotypes and enable rapid, quantitative analysis of biological pathways.
Tuesday, November 11, 2014
Trista Schagat, Ph.D.
Formalin-fixed paraffin-embedded (FFPE) tissue samples are highly valuable, but difficult starting material for nucleic acid analysis. This webinar will discuss the different steps in molecular analysis using FFPE as a starting material and provide recommendations for optimizing each step from extraction through downstream applications.
Monday, November 10, 2014
Dr. Bruce Budowle
Massively Parallel (Next-Gen) Sequencing tools that meet forensic science needs and requirements for implementation are being developed. This webinar presents the results of studies using prototype NGS STR Multiplex System with Illumina's TruSeq™ DNA LT Sample Preparation Kit on the MiSeq™ system. These results demonstrate that this STR multiplex system can generate reliable STR profiles with a sensitivity that competes with current CE-based methods.