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Chris received his MBA from Texas State University and his Bachelor of Science in Microbiology from Texas A&M University. In April 2013 he joined Promega as a Global Product Manager for nucleic acid purification and is responsible for managing the Maxwell® purification instruments.
Chris Moreland, MBA
Global Product Manager, Purification
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- Original Webinar Date: Tuesday, August 12, 2014
Previously titled Improve Laboratory Efficiency with Automated Benchtop Nucleic Acid Extraction
Are you or your lab looking for ways to (i) improve your genomic workflows, (ii) cut costs, and/or (iii) increase the consistency and reliability of your results? If so, please join this webinar to learn more about the new Maxwell® RSC automated benchtop nucleic acid purification system which is designed to enhance laboratory and workflow efficiency while also cutting total costs associated with nucleic acid extraction. Read full abstract below.
Genomics researchers face many nucleic acid extraction challenges each day such as low DNA or RNA yields and purity, failed downstream assays due to presence of contaminates in the extracted nucleic acids, or excessive time spent performing manual extractions when their time could be better spent on other more intellectually challenging and important experiments. Automated nucleic acid extraction helps overcome these challenges, but many labs often shy away from bringing on automation due to projected high costs and perceived complexity of the automated systems. This webinar will introduce the New Maxwell® RSC, the next generation personalized nucleic acid purification system designed to overcome these challenges while also improving laboratory and workflow efficiency. In addition, the Maxwell® RSC system is affordable and easy to use unlike other automated systems. More specifically we will provide an overview of the system, its benefits and performance characteristics with emphasis on input sample types often used by researchers, including blood, cells and tissue samples.