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Welcome to the Promega Webinar Series, an ongoing communication designed to keep you informed. Learn about basic concepts, tips and techniques to help your research, or understand how products were designed and how to implement in your lab. Most presentations are given by Promega scientists and you will have an opportunity to interact with our Technical Service Scientist directly during live events via chat. The webinars are free though we do ask that you register for the events. Registration allows us to send you the URL for the webinar.
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When Medical Conditions Muddle Forensic Casework

Genetic Identity

Friday, December 08, 2017

Dr. Ashley Anderson

While no case is without its challenges, medical conditions such as chimerism and genetic outliers (e.g., identical twins) add wrinkles to the analysis and interpretation of the DNA profiles obtained in the case. Medical procedures such as bone marrow transplants can also confuse the results, affecting the legal, social and ethical deliberations of the case. In this webinar, Dr. Anderson will review the interpretation and reporting difficulties experienced when medical conditions have the potential to influence forensic casework results.

Metagenomic Mapping of Medical, Urban and Space Environments

MDx

Tuesday, December 05, 2017

Christopher Mason, PhD

Many new methods in genomics enable an integrative, cross-kingdom view of patients (precision metagenomics) and their environment, including metagenome profiles of the world’s cities (MetaSUB.org) and antimicrobial resistance (AMR) markers. In this webinar, technologies that can sequence, quantify, and map nucleic acids will be covered, for Earth and beyond, focusing on methods from Promega that enable these projects and missions.

Improving Your Cell-Based Research with Real-Time Assays

Cell-Based Assays

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Terry Riss, PhD

With traditional cell-based endpoint assays you can miss important cellular events if measurement isn't taken at the appropriate time, particularly when characterizing a compound's effect on cells. Additionally, assay reagents can negatively affect cell health and endpoint assays can impede downstream multiplexing.

A Practical Guide to CRISPR-Mediated Gene Tagging with a Bioluminescent Peptide

Cell-Based Assays

Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Marie Schwinn, PhD

CRISPR/Cas9 gene editing has emerged as a powerful tool for making precise genomic modifications. Although often used to create gene knockouts, the technology also enables targeted knock-in of a specific sequence. An exciting application is the endogenous tagging of proteins expressed under native regulatory conditions. In this webinar, we will detail a simple and efficient cloning-free method for CRISPR-mediated endogenous gene tagging, focusing on knock-in of the sensitive, bioluminescent HiBiT tag.

Improved Chemistry for NGS Library Cleanup and Size Selection

Genomics

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Charles Cowles, PhD

Current size-selective DNA purification methods need improvement with respect to sample loss, poor reproducibility, high viscosity and recovery of undesired high MW fragments. With new size selection chemistry, you can improve yield, selectivity, usability, and functionality in NGS library cleanup and size selection, as well as PCR cleanup and other applications.

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