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Accelerating Cell Line Development From Transfection to Manufacturing
The production of a high-quality and productive cell line requires both an expression system which yields high expressing clones and a workflow which allows selection of the highest producing clones.
In this webinar, you’ll discover how combining a single-cell analysis platform with a novel glutamine synthetase-Chinese hamster ovary (GS-CHO) expression system can yield highly productive, scalable, clonal cell lines for developing biopharmaceuticals.
The Role of Smart Technology in Mitigating Human Error and Supporting Compliance in QA/QC
The Impact of Reliable Automation in Translational Metabolomics
Laboratory of the Future 2024
Understanding the Role of Immune Cells in the Tumor Microenvironment
Single-Cell Spatial Analysis Reveals Early Transcriptional Changes in Pancreatic Tumorigenesis
Next-Generation Molecular Diagnostics: Leveraging Digital Technologies To Enhance Multiplexing in Real-Time PCR
segregation of the sample enables parallel amplification of multiple targets.
There is a need for innovations that will push forward the multiplexing field in qPCR, enabling for the next generation of diagnostic tools which could accommodate high throughput in an affordable manner. To this end, the use of machine learning algorithms has recently emerged to leverage information contained in amplification and melting curves– two of the most standard biosignals emitted during qPCR – for accurate classification of multiple nucleic acid targets in a single reaction.
Thermo Fisher Scientific are not affiliated with the webinar speaker. Any application of machine learning technologies with the Diomni™ software package, related assay definition files (ADFs) and related qPCR instruments are for research use only.