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Spatial Biology – Webinars and Online Events

Miltenyi biotec webinar technology networks 25th June 2024
Webinar

Uncovering the Role of T Cells in Cancer With Spatial Biology

This webinar will focus on using spatial biology approaches to understand the role of human γδ T cell subtypes in cancer, illustrating how to assess this subset in their tissue microenvironments at high resolution.
Miltenyi webinar Deciphering Cell–Cell Interactions in Liver Metastases with Dr. Marie Laviron
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Deciphering Cell–Cell Interactions in Liver Metastases

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.
bit.bio webinar technologynetworks 2nd May 2024
Webinar

Uncovering the Glioma Microenvironment With In Vitro Neuronal Models

On-Demand
In this webinar, you’ll hear from Dr. Brian Gill about his research into neuron–glioma interactions and how they contribute to seizures and tumoral growth.
Spatial Biology
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Ask Me Anything: Spatial Biology

On-Demand
Technology Networks presents an exclusive Ask Me Anything session on spatial biology featuring Dr. Evan T. Keller, a Distinguished Professor of Urology and Pathology at the University of Michigan School of Medicine.
BrukerWebinarApril30th2024_HostedbyTechnologyNetworks
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Multiplex Multiomics: The Future of Spatial Biology in Cancer Research

On-Demand
Join this webinar to discover how to integrate spatial biology and multiomics approaches to reveal the intricate interactions between cancer cells and their environment.
BrukerCanopyWebinarEventHostedByTechnologyNetworksMarch19,2024
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Exploring Complex Tissue Microenvironments With Spatial Biology

On-Demand
Join this webinar to learn the fundamentals of spatial multiplexing for single-cell proteomics and hear how it enables the in-depth exploration of complex tissue microenvironments through the detection and quantification of a virtually unlimited number of protein target analytes.

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.
TechNet MassSpec EdCal 25thJan2024
Webinar

Mass Spectrometry-Based Omics Strategies for Biomarker Discovery in Alzheimer’s Disease

On-Demand
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.
Sphere Fluidics webinar
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Accelerating Cell Line Development From Transfection to Manufacturing

On-Demand
Generating a highly expressing, regulatory compliant clonal cell line is key when developing a biopharmaceutical. Yet cell line development is labor-intensive, time consuming and costly.

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.
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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.
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