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What Is a Cq (Ct) Value?

Don’t stay confused by Ct values! We’ll guide you through what they are, how to calculate them, and troubleshooting issues.

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CRISPR Screening: from design and discovery to validation

CRISPR Screening: from design and discovery to validation Date: Wednesday 9th December 2020Broadcast 1: 9 am Moscow, 11.30 am Delhi, 2 pm Beijing, 3 pm TokyoBroadcast 2: 4 pm London, 5 pm Berlin, 8 am Los Angeles, 11 am New York Speaker Gillian Browne, PhD Global Head of Commercial Enablement, Genome Engineering & ModulationMilliporeSigma Gillian received…

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Tissue Processing For Histology: What Exactly Happens?

When preparing a sample (or multiple samples) for histology microscopy, there are multiple steps required. We’ve covered these steps in brief in a previous article on How Histology Slides are Prepared, but this article will focus on one particular procedure that needs to take place between tissue fixation and the embedding/sectioning of paraffin blocks: tissue…

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Optimizing CRISPR mouse model pipelines – modified synthetic sgRNAs

Optimizing CRISPR mouse model pipelines – modified synthetic sgRNAs On Demand Speaker Matthew Mackenzie Resource Support ManagerMRC Harwell Matthew Mackenzie earned a BSc in Genetics at the University of Liverpool, where he spent a year in industry with LGC Forensics (now Eurofins) gaining insights into high-throughput sample analysis and automation. After graduating in 2015 he…

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A-Z of Post-Translational Modifications

You might know the most common post-translational modifications, but there are many more than just phosphorylation and ubiquitination – come and test your knowledge!

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From Organs to Tissues to Cells: Analyzing 3D Specimens with Widefield Microscopy

From Organs to Tissues to Cells: Analyzing 3D Specimens with Widefield Microscopy On Demand Speakers Dr. Falco Krüger Advanced Workflow Specialist Widefield Life Science Research DivisionLeica Microsystems Falco did his PhD in Biology at the Plant Cell Biology chair of Prof. Karin Schumacher at the Centre for Organismal Studies (COS) in Heidelberg, Germany. For his…

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Becoming a Patch Clamping Pipette Wizard

Is patching clamping a problem? Struggling to get a good seal? There is no need to stress! We’ve got tips on picking and preparing the perfect pipette for your patch clamping experiment!

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