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Comprehensive flow cytometry profiling of the immune system in COVID-19 convalescent individuals

Comprehensive flow cytometry profiling of the immune system in COVID-19 convalescent individuals Available On Demand Speaker Marjorie Pion Principal InvestigatorInstituto de Investigación Sanitaria Gregorio Marañón Marjorie Pion is Principal Investigator and Co-Leader of the Immuno-Regulation Laboratory in the Instituto de Investigación Sanitaria Gregorio Marañón. She obtained her PhD from the University Aix-Marseille, France, in 2002…

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See the Hidden: Cancer Research

See the Hidden: Cancer ResearchLIVE Online Workshop Imperial College London Edition Available On Demand Leica Microsystems is pleased to welcome you to the 4th virtual edition of our popular See the Hidden Workshop Series hosted by Microscopy Focus, which will explore the next generation of methodologies, techniques, and workflows that are helping to accelerate cancer…

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High-dimensional cytometry data analysis using machine learning

High-dimensional cytometry data analysis using machine learning Available On Demand Speaker Cara E Wogsland, PhD Senior ResearcherKinN Therapeutics AS Dr Cara Wogsland is a Senior Researcher at KinN Therapeutics. She obtained her PhD in the lab of Jonathan Irish at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, which specializes in single-cell techniques, including mass cytometry. Before joining KinN…

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Boosting signal-to-noise in single cell RNA-seq through molecular depletion

Boosting signal-to-noise in single cell RNA-seq through molecular depletion Available On Demand Speaker Jon Bezney Research Associate III,Research & Development,Jumpcode Genomics  Jon Bezney is a Research Associate III at Jumpcode Genomics. Jon received his Bachelor of Science from Yale University in molecular biology. He then spent three years at the Broad Institute of MIT and…

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Meltdown: A Hot Introduction to the Thermal Shift Assay

The interaction of proteins with ligands is an important phenomenon. Learn how to detect these interactions (and much more) using the thermal shift assay. In this article, we’ve got you covered with the basic theory and an easy protocol too.

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Mapping microscopic viscosity and temperature using molecular rotors

Mapping microscopic viscosity and temperature using molecular rotorsLIVE WEBINAR Date: Tuesday November 30th 2021Time: LONDON 16:00 | BERLIN 17:00 | DUBAI 20:00 Viscosity is one of the main factors which influence diffusion in condensed media. In a cell, microscopic viscosity (microviscosity) can play a role in several diffusion-mediated processes, such as drug delivery, signaling, and…

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5 Easy Ways to Tell Salt and Protein Crystals Apart

How do you make sure that the crystals you have grown are of your target protein? Can you tell salt and protein crystals apart without using X-ray diffraction? Yes, you can. Read on to discover five easy ways to distinguish between salt and protein crystals.

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Ultramicrotomy for room temperature and cryo applications

Ultramicrotomy for room temperature and cryo applicationsONLINE WORKSHOP Available On Demand Ultramicrotomy is a proven and universally accepted technique for sample preparation for TEM, SEM, AFM, etc. It permits the fine internal structures of samples to be visualized and analyzed at nanometer-scale resolution by producing ultrathin sample sections in a fast and clean manner. A…

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Choosing the Right Bacterial Strains for Your Lab

Whether you’re simply seeking competent E. coli for a transformation experiment or building a panel intended for a whole project, it’s vital that you pick the right strain for your experiment. Find out more in our complete guide to choosing bacterial strains.

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Translational Cancer Research

Translational Cancer ResearchSee the Hidden – LIVE Online Workshop Available On Demand Understanding cancer biology has become increasingly dependent on imaging. High-resolution imaging is vital for studying genetic and cell signaling changes that underlie cancer, whereas live-cell imaging is crucial for a deeper understanding of disease mechanisms. Microscopy techniques are also essential for the study…

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Measuring Beyond the Limitations of ELISAs

Measuring Beyond the Limitations of ELISAs Available On Demand Speaker Craig Lanio Field Application ScientistMilliporeSigma Craig is a Field Application Scientist with MilliporeSigma and has been part of the Immunoassay Platform Solutions team for almost 15 years. Prior to coming to MilliporeSigma, he was a scientist with multiple biopharma companies where he participated in every…

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Hyperplex cancer tissue analysis at single cell level with Cell DIVE™

Hyperplex cancer tissue analysis at single cell level with Cell DIVE™ Available On Demand The H2P2 histopathology platform team have been mastering immunohistochemical staining and multiplexing for more than 15 years. With Cell DIVE technology, they offer the scientific community the opportunity to perform hyperplex labeling with up to 50 labels on a single tissue…

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DIY Electrocompetent E. coli

Making good quality electrocompetent E. coli is very easy. One morning’s work (with a bit of work ahead of time) is all it takes.

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What the HEK? A Beginner’s Guide to HEK293 Cells 

If you’re at all familiar with cell culture, you’ve probably heard of HEK293 cells. HEK293 cells are one of the most commonly used cell lines in laboratories across the globe. But what are they? Why should you use them? And what does the ‘293’ mean? Are HEK293T cells the same thing? Read on for answers…

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Functional Genomics Screening: From Knockout and Modulation to Single Cell Analysis

Functional Genomics Screening: From Knockout and Modulation to Single Cell Analysis Available On Demand Speaker Gurpreet Balrey, PhD Head of Global Commercial Enablement and EMEA Business HeadMerck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany Gurpreet attended the University of Nottingham for a Biotechnology degree followed by a PhD in Molecular Biology and Plant Genetic Engineering at the same University.…

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