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Implementing a Y-Screening/Direct to DNA Forensic Workflow
In preparation for eventual “test-all” legislation for processing sexual assault kits, the Forensic Biology Unit at the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office (FBU) began the quest for a solution to increase casework handling capacity, without increasing staff. With a validated Y-screening, direct-to-DNA workflow, the FBU could triage samples to improve processing efficiency. This webinar details the implementation journey and discusses workflow logistics.
Julie Sikorsky, Forensic Biology Manager, Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office
Wednesday, March 17, 2021 at 11am CDT / 12pm EDT / 4pm London / 5pm Amsterdam-Paris
Thursday, March 18, 2021 at 12pm Singapore / 2pm Sydney / 1pm Seoul
3D Cell Biology Webinar Series Session 1: Setting Up Easy-to-Analyze Physiologically Relevant 3D Cultures for in vitro Studies
Want to get more physiologically relevant data from 3D cultures? In this webinar, we will demonstrate how to use hydrogels for organoid and cancer studies to better simulate tissue microenvironments. We will also discuss how to validate cell-based assays in 3D microtissues to ensure accurate results.
Dr. Adedamola (Dammy) Olayanju, Manchester BioGel
Dr. Marta Rucka, Promega UK
Wednesday, March 24, 2021 - 9am CDT/10am EDT/2pm London/3pm Amsterdam-Paris
Thursday, March 25, 2021 - 12pm Singapore/3pm Sydney/1pm Seoul/9:30am New Delhi
Microbiome Webinar Series Part 1: Automated Sample Preparation for Fecal Microbiome Samples
Fecal microbiome characterization is a rapidly evolving field due to continued development of downstream assays, but many extraction methods for fecal microbiome DNA involve several manual processing steps and mechanical disruption. In this webinar, we will discuss the use of automated sample preparation to efficiently purify microbiome DNA for characterization in downstream assays, including qPCR and next-generation sequencing.
Doug Horejsh, PhD, Senior Research Scientist, Promega Corporation
Wednesday, March 31, 2021
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