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RNA-Seq – Webinars and Online Events

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

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.
Miltenyi webinar Deciphering Cell–Cell Interactions in Liver Metastases with Dr. Marie Laviron
Webinar

Deciphering Cell–Cell Interactions in Liver Metastases

On-Demand
The liver is the most common metastatic site for many primary tumors. Single-cell gene and protein expression, in combination with spatial data that contextualizes relationships with other tumor cells and structures, are critical to fully understand how cells communicate in liver metastases.
Resolving the precise spatial location of each single cell allows for a comprehensive understanding of the tissue architecture for each tumor and helps identify critical cell–cell communication circuits.
This webinar will highlight approaches to generating a spatial atlas of tumors, illustrate how to integrate single-cell transcriptomics data with spatial data and explore how to track cell behavior to study cell–cell interactions in each cellular neighborhood.
10x Genomics Technology Networks Webinar Banner 16th May 2024
Webinar

Simultaneous Profiling of the Epigenome and Transcriptome at a Single-Cell Level

On-Demand
In this webinar, you’ll learn about the insights you could gain by profiling gene expression and open chromatin from the same cell simultaneously.
Technology Networks Ed Cal Single Cell Analysis webinar 28th March 2024
Webinar

Comprehensive Quality Control and Interactive Analysis of Single-Cell RNA-Seq Data

On-Demand
Single-cell RNA sequencing (scRNA-seq) technology is revolutionizing our understanding of cellular heterogeneity within complex tissues and RNA transcripts. However, navigating the nuances of scRNA-seq data is crucial for accurate downstream analyses.
Cell and Gene Therapy Symposium, March 20-21: Experts discuss cancer immunotherapy, gene vectors, stem cells, and precision oncology
Online Event

Cell and Gene Therapy 2024

On-Demand
Explore cutting-edge cell and gene therapies at our online symposium on March 20–21. Experts will discuss cancer immunotherapy, gene therapy vectors, stem cells, and precision oncology research.
Medicine and experiment reaction on computer
Webinar

Assess Immune Profiling and Enable Biomarker Discovery With Spatial Transcriptomics

On-Demand
This webinar highlights a platform that can identify biomarkers with clinical benefit in non-small cell lung cancer and analyze the immune microenvironment in bone marrow trephine samples.
10x genomics
Webinar

Single-Cell Spatial Analysis Reveals Early Transcriptional Changes in Pancreatic Tumorigenesis

On-Demand
In this webinar, Dr. Luciane Kagohara from Johns Hopkins Medicine will discuss a novel artificial intelligence method integrating imaging, spatial transcriptomics and single-cell RNA-seq data that has been used to characterize the cell state transitions in pancreatic cancer progression.
Miltenyi
Webinar

Optimized Nuclei Preparation for Genomic Applications

On-Demand
In this webinar, you will learn how to extract nuclei from virtually any tissue in just five minutes in an automated and reproducible way.
The Spatial Biology Revolution 2023
Online Event

The Spatial Biology Revolution 2023

On-Demand
New for 2023, this online event will provide researchers with an opportunity to learn about how spatial biology is helping us to gain a deeper understanding of molecular biology and mechanisms of disease. Speakers will discuss advances in spatial technologies and how they are being applied to provide a more complete picture of cells and complex biological systems in areas such as cancer research and neuroscience.
Bit.bio webinar hosted by Technology Networks, 19th July 2023 @ 4pm BST
Webinar

Driving Genome-Wide Consistency in Cellular Reprogramming

On-Demand
Biological variance poses challenges when using human iPSC-derived cells in vitro, leading to inconsistent experimental results and data variability.
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