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Infectious Diseases – Webinars and Online Events

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Resolving Complex Genomic Structures and Regulation Patterns in Cervical Cancer

On-Demand
In this webinar, our expert speaker, Vanessa Porter, will present her research into identifying and classifying genomic perturbations arising from HPV integration.
Innovations in Disease Modeling 2023
Online Event

Innovations in Disease Modeling 2023

On-Demand
This online symposium will explore the tools and techniques being used to study diseases in the lab. Focus will be given to cell culture, organs-on-chips and key modeling strategies, as well as how research advances are enabling researchers to elucidate the underlying biological mechanisms of disease and support diagnostic and therapeutic development.
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Natural Killer Cells and Viruses: A Game of Chess Played Over Millennia

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In this webinar, our expert speaker Dr. Ceri Fielding, from the division of infection and immunity at Cardiff University, will discuss the need to understand how viruses interact with NK cells during the development of novel antiviral therapies.
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Rapid Screening and Scaled Manufacture of Immunogenic Virus-Like Particles

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Speaking at the Vaccine Research & Development 2022, Jorge Armero Gimenez from Wageningen University & Research, presented their talk on Virus-Like Particles immunogenicity in human dendritic cells.
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Histology Methods for Studying Diseased Tissue Microenvironments

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Histology has a crucial role throughout the drug discovery and development pipeline, from early-stage R&D to clinical trials.
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Driving Lab Efficiency With PCR Power

On-Demand
In this webinar, we will cover time-saving tips to help increase your PCR productivity. We will address common PCR pitfalls that can be avoided with innovations in enzymes, instruments, and plastics. We will also discuss PCR tools that are available to researchers who wish to push PCR boundaries to overcome research limitations.
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Fast and Accurate Identification and Antibiotic Resistance Profiling of Microorganisms in Blood Cultures by SWATH DIA Proteomics

On-Demand
Speaking at Advances in proteomics & Metabolomics 2022, Iulia Macavei from Université de Lyon, presented their talk on antimicrobial resistance.
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Lassa Fever: A UK Outbreak in 2022

On-Demand
In this webinar, Dr. Catherine Houlihan, will describe an unrecognized case of viral hemorrhagic fever imported into the UK and the important lessons learned for the emergency clinicians, GPs, virologists, infection specialists and public health doctors.
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Implementing Fast, Accessible Viral Surveillance With Nanopore Sequencing

On-Demand
Over recent years, genomic sequencing of pathogens has emerged as a powerful tool to guide public health action by providing a deeper understanding of pathogen evolution, emerging variants and transmission dynamics. Oxford Nanopore Technologies offers an accessible, all-in-one sequencing platform that enables rapid, distributed and scalable genomic pathogen surveillance.

In this webinar, you will hear from leaders in the field of microbiology and infectious disease research, who will share their experiences in developing and implementing fast and accessible pathogen surveillance protocols with nanopore sequencing. The protocols presented in this webinar can be leveraged for targeted whole genome sequencing of different viral pathogens such as SARS-CoV-2 and monkeypox virus, as well as more broadly for the genomic characterization of known and novel viruses in an untargeted manner.
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What Can Proteomics Teach Us About Infectious Disease

On-Demand
Kevin Coombs, PhD, is a professor of medical microbiology and infectious diseases. Research from Dr. Coomb’s group involving the screening of over 1300 host proteins in Zika virus-infected cells.
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