Expanding Possibilities for Compound Library Generation in Flow with Immobilized and Exchangeable Reagents Noah Tu, Senior Scientist, Abbvie Inc, Speaking at Flow Chemistry Congress.
Disease Modelling and Drug Discovery in Neurological Disorders Zameel Cader, Director and Principal Scientist, IMI StemBANCC, University of Oxford, speaking at Stem Cells in Drug Discovery.
Cardiac iPSCs for Drug Discovery Joseph Wu, Director, Stanford Cardiovascular Institute, speaking at Stem Cells in Drug Discovery.
Rapid and Sensitive Identification of Host Cell Proteins with SWATH® LC-MS Acquisition Learn how Stemcentrx has employed SWATH Acquisition and the TripleTOF® 6600 LC-MS system to dramatically increase the speed of acquisition of HCP data, with exceptional sensitivity.
Solutions Beyond Water - Successfully pipetting problematic liquids Join us to learn how to best handle problematic liquids.
How to optimize sample preparation step prior to extraction In this free to attend On Demand webcast presented by Stephane Karoubi, Product Manager, and Sophie Dubacq, Application Engineer, from Bertin Technologies.
Innovative Benign-by-design Flow Chemistry Protocols: From Nanomaterials Synthesis to Biomass/Waste Valorization On demand webinar from Professor Rafael Luque, Universidad de Cordoba.
Lab-on-Chip Platform Technologies for Point-of-Care Testing and Cell Culturing This presentation focuses on recent advances in platform technologies developed at Micronit for applications within point-of-care diagnostics and cell culturing. A few examples developed within research projects are presented to illustrate the applicability of the developed technologies.
The Bru-seq Technology Platform for Nascent RNA analysis Mats Ljungman, Professor, University of Michigan will present a set of novel techniques to analyze many aspects of gene expression based on the capturing of nascent RNA.
A New Proteomics Workflow for the Identification of PTMs (Post Translational Modifications) Quantitative proteomics is an essential tool in molecular biology and biomedical sciences. SILAC is a commonly used workflow in which proteins are labelled with stable isotopes, digested into peptides and separated by chromatography for detection in a mass spectrometer.