AACR (American Association of Cancer Research) 2017
Visit Promega at AACR 2017
Share Your Challenges and Discover New Tools for Cancer Biology
- Walter E. Washington Convention Center, Washington, DC.
- Saturday, April 1, 2017 – Wednesday, April 5, 2017
What are your Cancer Research challenges?
Stop by Promega Booth #2931 to vote on your greatest challenges, pick up some delicious jelly beans and be entered to win an Echo Dot by Amazon.
We’ll also be featuring some exciting new products—come by and let's discuss how we can help your research efforts.
- Real-Time Viability, Cytotoxicity and Apoptosis Assays
- Succinate-Based Detection of Dioxygenase/Hydrolase or JMJC Demethylase Activities
- Methyltransferase Activity Assays
- Autophagic Flux in 2D/3D Cell Culture Models
- Multifunctional Luminescent Protein Tag
- Simpler Approaches to Detect Glucose, Lactate, Glutamine, and Glutamate Metabolism
- Ubiquitin Pathway Analysis
- Bioassays for T Cell Activation, Combination & Co-Stimulatory Immune Checkpoints
Don't forget these scientific posters!
During the meeting, visit these Promega Scientific Poster Presentations to learn more and chat with the scientists involved.
Monday, April 3 / 8:00am – 12:00pm
In Vitro Characterization of Several Enzymes of the Fe(II)/2-oxoglutarate-dependent Dioxygenase Superfamily Using a Universal Succinate Detection Assay
Presented by Juliano Alves
Monday, April 3 / 1:00 – 5:00pm
Monitoring Small Molecules and Macromolecules Methyltransferase Activities Using Homogeneous Luminescent Assay
Presented by Kevin Hsiao
Tuesday, April 4 / 8:00am – 12:00pm
A Novel Plate-Based Assay for Screening Autophagic Activity in 2D and 3D Cell Culture Models
Presented by Dan Lazar
Improved T Cell Activation Bioassays to Advance the Development of Bispecific Antibodies and Engineered T Cell Immunotherapies
Presented by Richard Somberg
Tuesday, April 4 / 1:00 – 5:00pm
A Real-Time Annexin V Method for Monitoring Programmed Cell Death
Presented by Kevin Kupcho
A Novel Multifunctional Protein Tag Enables Simple and Sensitive Bioluminescent Quantification of Tagged Proteins
Presented by Christopher Eggers
A CRISPR Approach to Monitoring Hypoxia-Inducible Proteins in Real-Time
Presented by Marie Schwinn
Fc Effector Bioassays Enable Faster and Quantitative Measurement of ADCC and ADCP Mechanisms of Action
Presented by Gopal Krishnan
Bioluminescent Metabolite Assays Enable Easy Measurement of Changes in Tumor Biology
Presented by Michael Valley
Wednesday, April 5 / 8:00am – 12:00pm
Quantitative Cell-Based Assays for Characterization of Antibodies Targeting Co-Stimulatory Immune Checkpoint Receptors
Presented by Julia Gilden
Quantitative Cell-Based Bioassays to Advance Individual or Combination Immune Checkpoint Immunotherapy
Presented by Jamison Grailer
Dissecting the Ubiquitin Pathway Using Homogeneous and Sensitive Bioluminescent Assay
Presented by Said Goueli