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Molecular Diagnostics (MDx)
Tuesday, October 16, 2018
Chris Hosfield, PhD
While trypsin is the workhorse for bottom-up proteomics, it is not a magic bullet since tryptic digestion often leaves gaps in protein sequences. In this webinar Dr. Hosfield will describe the advantages of using a new recombinant Asp-N protease to fill in the gaps. He will also demonstrate how combining digests from multiple proteases can yield comprehensive sequence coverage of proteins from a single LC-MS/MS run.
Tuesday, September 11, 2018
Natascha Buter, MS and Joliene Lindholm, PhD
Do you have questions about PCR? Our Technical Support Scientists Natascha Buter and Joliene Lindholm will be answering all your questions about nucleic acid amplification. Learn more about endpoint PCR and how to make sure you have a successful run every time.
Tuesday, July 24, 2018
Implementing or making changes to your high-throughput (HT) nucleic acid purification workflow can be complicated and time-consuming. Join us for an overview of purification options for every scale, common barriers to automating and examples of solutions developed by our support team, as well as a live Q&A to address all of your questions.
Tuesday, June 12, 2018
Margaret L Gulley, MD
Circulating cell-free DNA can be used to monitor tumor burden and monitor disease progress. In part 3 of 3 ccfDNA webinars, Dr. Gulley discusses variables important to isolating high-quality ccfDNA from plasma samples including anticoagulant, plasma volume and storage length and conditions.
Tuesday, April 24, 2018
Douglas Horejsh, Ph.D.
The low concentration and highly fragmented nature of circulating cell-free DNA (ccfDNA), coupled with a low frequency of biomarkers of interest, present many challenges for ccfDNA purification and monitoring. In part 2 of 3 ccfDNA webinars, we will discuss techniques for maximizing results through proper sample handling, purification, quantitation, QC, and downstream processing of isolated cell-free DNA.