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Engineering Cell Behavior with Synthetic Biology

Engineering Cell Behavior with Synthetic Biology In this webinar, you will learn how synthetic biology can be used to engineer desirable and robust behaviors or traits into model organisms. The main aspects to be covered in this webinar include: Introduction to synthetic biology – what it is and what it’s not Popular applications for synthetic […]

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In Cells and Model Organisms, GenScript 10th of May, 2017 Presented by: Sarah Richardson
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Development of a Potential Recombinant Protein Vaccine in E. Coli

Recombinant proteins can be powerful stimulators of the immune system making them good candidates for vaccines. Using the intracellular parasite, Leishmania donovani as an example, this webinar will take you through the steps required for development and testing of a recombinant vaccine. In this talk you will learn how to: Express and purify protein from […]

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In GenScript, Protein Expression & Analysis 3rd of May, 2017 Presented by: C Patrick McAtee
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Guide to CRISPR/Cas9 Delivery: How to Maximize Your Editing Efficiency

In this webinar, you will learn how to maximize your genome editing efficiency using CRISPR/Cas9 and how to apply this technique in your research. The main points in the webinar will include: How to design guide RNAs using online tools specific to the genome and application of interest. Tips and practical advice to assist you […]

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In DNA / RNA Manipulation and Analysis, Genomics & Epigenetics 18th of April, 2017 Presented by: Allison Mayle
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5 DNA Ligation Tips

DNA ligations can be frustrating. Sometimes they don’t work for no obvious reason. Our top 5 DNA ligation tips should improve the efficiency of your ligations, and will hopefully increase your cloning success rate! 1. Aliquot the ligase buffer The ATP in the ligase buffer is essential for the DNA ligation reaction, but is broken down […]

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Get Started in Genome Editing with CRISPR

The development of CRISPR/Cas9 technology has made it relatively straightforward to selectively edit genomes and has revolutionized the way in which we approach biological questions. CRISPR stands for Clustered Regularly Interspaced Short Palindromic Repeats and in simple terms, this technique allows you to direct a nuclease to cut at a specific site in the genome of interest. The […]

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In Genomics & Epigenetics 9th of July, 2016