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Tuesday, February 10, 2015
Chris Moreland and Dr. Jackson Moeller
The extraction of genomic DNA from plants often involves tedious manual methods that produce suboptimal gDNA yields and purity. This webinar will introduce a new automated chemistry for the extraction of gDNA from plants that overcome the hassles of manual purification while dramatically increasing yields and purity.
Thursday, February 05, 2015
Dr. Antonio Alonso Alonso
This presentation will describe the validation studies conducted with the PowerPlex® Fusion 6C System using an Applied Biosystems® 3500 Genetic Analyzer for fragment detection, with special emphasis on the analysis of DNA mixtures. DNA mixture analysis included two DNA mixture series of female (major component)/male (minor component) and 15 body fluid mixed samples from previous GEDNAP (http://www.gednap.de) and GHEP-ISFG (http://www.gep-isfg.org) proficiency exercises.
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.