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Multiomics – Webinars and Online Events

Miltenyi webinar A Novel Perfusion Technique for Multiomics Studies on Hepatocyte Aging featuring Dr. Jürgen Eiberger
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A Novel Perfusion Technique for Multiomics Studies on Hepatocyte Aging

The liver is a very good example of how tissue architecture can influence aging. Composed mainly of hepatocytes, the position of these cells is key to their role and determines changes in their metabolism and aging profile.

Researchers from the Max Planck Institute have conducted an in-depth multiomics analysis of functional and healthy hepatocytes, characterizing transcriptional, epigenetic, lipidomic and functional signatures to understand the effects of aging.

In this webinar, you’ll hear all about their research, including the novel perfusion technology for resected mouse liver that makes it easy and convenient to obtain viable hepatocytes to analyze.
Seer bio technology networks webinar 26th June 2024
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Exposome Insights: Decoding Spaceflight and Aging With Proteomics

Join expert speakers, Dr. Christopher Mason of Weill Cornell Medicine, and Dr. Michael Roberts of Auburn University, for an enlightening discussion on the profound impacts of spaceflight on human biology and the unique molecular signatures of aging influenced by resistance training.
soma logic technology networks webinar 6th June 2023
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Using Proteomics To Advance Understanding of Alzheimer’s Disease

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In this webinar, we’ll explore how integrating proteomics with systems biology sheds light on the complexities of AD pathology.
TN webinar seer bio 23rd May 2024
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Plasma Proteome Profiling for Lung Cancer Biomarker Discovery

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In this webinar, you’ll hear how one of the largest multiomics observational studies to date has revealed lung cancer biomarkers from the blood plasma proteome. Our expert speakers will discuss how the research sheds new light on early-stage lung cancer diagnostics and clinical outcomes and showcase how multiomics approaches are key for characterizing complex diseases.
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Simultaneous Profiling of the Epigenome and Transcriptome at a Single-Cell Level

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In this webinar, you’ll learn about the insights you could gain by profiling gene expression and open chromatin from the same cell simultaneously.
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Population-Level Multiomics for Precision Medicine

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Our expert speaker will explore how the findings uncover previously unknown insights into disease biology that can help accelerate the identification of new therapeutic targets and biomarkers.
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Multiplex Multiomics: The Future of Spatial Biology in Cancer Research

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Join this webinar to discover how to integrate spatial biology and multiomics approaches to reveal the intricate interactions between cancer cells and their environment.
TechNet MassSpec EdCal 25thJan2024
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Mass Spectrometry-Based Omics Strategies for Biomarker Discovery in Alzheimer’s Disease

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Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is the most common form of dementia in the elderly population. While several peptide and protein biomarkers in cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) have been used for AD diagnosis, an unequivocal diagnosis in the early phases of AD is still lacking.
TechNet Multiomics ed cal 12th december 2023
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Innovations in Multiomics Research for Life Sciences

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Unearthing novel drug targets with robust data support and a deep understanding of biological processes remains a pivotal challenge in drug discovery. In this engaging webinar, distinguished speakers Aaron Mitchell and Rasmus Wernersson from ZS Associates will unveil a comprehensive method that significantly enhances target prediction performance through the integration of multiomics data, coupled with a data-driven, cell-type specific network biology approach.
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Advances in Multiomics Screening of Microbes in Biotechnology

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Design–build–test–learn (DBTL) cycles are commonly used in biotechnology and in natural product discovery as they provide a systemic and efficient framework for the metabolic engineering of microbes.

A novel platform that automates multiomics analyses of microbes could enable faster and better DBLT cycles for your research. In this webinar, the development and validation of the high-throughput, automated platform using model microbial organisms is described, as well as the recent work in applying the platform to cell factory and natural products engineering.
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