Luminescent reporter assays are widely used across scientific disciplines, and for good reason. Reporters can provide a highly sensitive, quantifiable metric for a variety of cellular events, including gene expression, signal transduction and protein function. Luminescent reporters are also increasingly used for live, real-time measurement of processes in living cells and animals. As the applications continue to expand and reporter assay options become more complex, careful consideration of experimental design is more important than ever.
There are a number of factors to consider when you are designing and optimizing a luminescent reporter assay. This webinar will walk through several essential considerations in luminescent reporter assay design, as well as how to consider the resulting data. By understanding these variables you will be able to design an assay that accurately addresses your experimental question and efficiently advances your project.
Carl Strayer, PhD
Lead Technical Services Scientist
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