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Tet controlled gene expression

04 Dec 2012 - 12 Dec 2012 - Live webinar series



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Takara Bio Europe and TET Systems presents a free webinar series about Tet technology

Tuesday December 4, 4 pm CET: Studying Gene Function by Controlling Expression in vivo
Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Hermann Bujard, University of Heidelberg, Germany

December 5, 4 pm CET: Controlling Gene Expression in transgenic mice
Dr. Kai Schönig, Central Institute of Mental Health, Mannheim, Germany

December 11, 4 pm CET: Tet System: selected applications
Dr. Manfred Gossen, BCRT, Berlin, Germany

December 12, 4 pm CET: Getting started with Tet-induced gene expression - Choosing the right system for your application
Dr. Michael Elser, Product Manager, Clontech/Takara Bio Europe, France



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