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Looking to the Future of Cell and Gene Therapies

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This Technology Networks event features exclusive talks focused on the most recent and innovative developments in the world of cell and gene therapies. Our expert speakers will highlight the opportunities cell and gene therapies provide for the treatment of disease and injury, including how cell therapies are providing novel solutions for rare diseases such as Duchenne muscular dystrophy.
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Preventing Ex Vivo Activational Confounds in Single-Cell Neuroscience Studies

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A long-standing concern for neuroscientists studying specific cell types in vivo is whether cell isolation from CNS tissue induces ex vivo activational artifacts that confound experimental interpretations.
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Maximize Biopharma Data Generation With Highly Multiplexed Mass Spectrometry Imaging

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Map proteins, examine metabolic activity and dig deeper into cellular biology by adding spatial localization to your current methodologies. In this webinar, we’ll showcase this novel workflow, highlighting the benefits it can bring to your research.
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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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The Tumor Microenvironment Series: Overcoming Challenges in TIL Analysis

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Attend this webinar to:
- Overcome key challenges when working with rare antigen-specific T cells
- Learn the key considerations when preparing samples for single-cell sequencing
- Gain insights into tumor single-cell sequencing results
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Driving Lab Efficiency With PCR Power

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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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