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Amaxa to Host Webinar on the Nucleofection® of Stem Cells

Published: Thursday, May 01, 2008
Last Updated: Thursday, May 01, 2008
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The webinar imparts knowledge about setting up embryonic, mesenchymal, hematopoietic or neural stem cell experiments using Nucleofector® Technology.

Amaxa AG will host a free webinar on the Nucleofection® of Stem Cells which is scheduled for June 3rd (Europe, Japan) and June 4th (US).

The webinar imparts knowledge about setting up embryonic, mesenchymal, hematopoietic or neural stem cell experiments using Nucleofector® Technology.

It focuses on the critical parameters of DNA preparation and cell handling before and post Nucleofection®. The webinar will be presented by Scientific Support Specialists Murray Francis and Kevin Grady.

According to Amaxa, the webinar leaders enlighten participating scientists on optimal Nucleofection® conditions using a broad variety of substrates. Moreover the webinar assists scientists to improve their recent transfection results.

The webinar consists of a live online presentation followed by an interactive question and answer session. Participants can choose between two time zone related dates for each webinar and register via internet at http://www.amaxa.com/company/webinars.


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