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SEMINARIO "New Technologies for Measuring Live and Dead Cells in Real Time using a Plate Reader"

  • Aula Giacomini (Fisiologia Vegetale) La Sapienza, Università di Roma.
  •  Thursday, September 17, 2015
  •  11:30 AM–12:30 AM (CEST: Amsterdam, Berlin, Stockholm)


Promega Italia invites you to Seminar "New Technologies for Measuring Live and Dead Cells in Real Time using a Plate Reader"

presented by dr. Terry Riss of Promega Corporation, hosted in Rome at La Sapienza University.

The event will be focused on new technologies recently developed by Promega for measuring viability and cell death directly in the sample in culture, in real time and up to 72 hours. This innovative technology allows to characterize over time the mechanism of action of a treatment or of a stimulus in the cellular system in analysis, without the need to perform replicated for the different experimental conditions.

In addition to the huge potential for real-time analysis, these assays can be easily combined in multiplex to other systems for the quantification of many more parameters of cell biology such as apoptosis, oxidative stress and reporter systems.

This approach, in addition to optimize laboratory workflow, saves time and handson labour, provides more robust results and biologically relevant data, since the measures are carried out on the same sample of cells, in the same experimental well.

At the conclusion of the seminar, Dr. Riss will be at disposal of the participants to answer questions on research projects in progress or future.

PLEASE REGISTER WITHIN SEPTEMBER 4TH (click on the link below)


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