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The COVID-19 Pandemic – Webinars and Online Events

The Landscape of Cancer Research: Advances in Immuno-oncology
Online Event

The Landscape of Cancer Research: Advances in Immuno-oncology 2024

Key advances will be highlighted across the field of immuno-oncology. Hear a cross-section of experts discuss their research with a focus on basic research and a broad range of established and novel immunotherapeutics.
COVID-19
Webinar

Profiling Host Responses in COVID-19 Patients

On-Demand
This webinar explores how a next-generation automated ELISA technique can profile the dysregulated host response to COVID-19 in association with viral load in plasma.

Thermo Covid
Webinar

Viruses Circulating in the 2023–2024 Flu Season: What Have We Seen?

On-Demand
The COVID-19 pandemic significantly affected the spread of respiratory pathogens, but their circulation is now returning to pre-pandemic levels.
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High-Throughput Plasma Profiling for Enhanced Biomarker Discovery

On-Demand
Meaningful biomarker studies that account for genetic, environmental and lifestyle variation, or comprise of complex signatures from multiple proteins, require large cohorts – too large for the current proteomics discovery platforms.
Thermo - Vaccines
Webinar

The Broad Utility (and Potential Pitfalls) of qPCR in Diagnosing Infectious Diseases

On-Demand
In this webinar, Dr. Jonathan Schmitz will provide a broad overview of PCR in diagnostic microbiology, with particular emphasis on the challenges that can face the development of new assays and impact their clinical actionability. Many of these issues - while hardly unique to SARS-CoV-2- can be highlighted by the evolving dynamics of this virus over the past three years.
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Webinar

Optimize Your qPCR Master Mix for Your Workflows

On-Demand
With the recent COVID-19 pandemic, quantitative polymerase chain reaction (qPCR) was adopted rapidly into clinical and point-of-care testing laboratories enabling prompt diagnostics, treatment and surveillance. qPCR remains the go-to method for microbial detection in areas including clinical, agricultural, veterinary and food safety diagnostics.
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Remodeling qPCR as a Tool for Molecular Diagnostics

On-Demand
The polymerase chain reaction (qPCR) is firmly established as the method of choice for the detection of microbial agents in the areas of clinical, veterinary and agricultural diagnostics and food safety. The current pandemic has highlighted the critical importance of local, fast and specific testing for SARS-CoV-2. It should also act as a wake-up call for the threat posed by infectious diseases spreading because of climate change, increasing antibiotic resistance and the hazard of zoonotic transfer caused by human encroachment of animal habitats. We are working on new tests, protocol and reagents to achieve faster molecular diagnostic testing both for both laboratory based and POC applications. Our target of delivering a diagnostic test result within five minutes of sampling has the potential to lead to a paradigm shift in our approach to detecting and classifying microbial pathogens in preparation for the inevitable next pandemic
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A High-Throughput Virtual Screening Approach to Identifying Novel SARS-CoV-2 Inhibitors

On-Demand
RNA dependent RNA polymerase (RdRp), is essential in the RNA replication within the life cycle of the severely acute respiratory coronavirus-2 (SARS-CoV-2), causing the deadly respiratory induced sickness COVID-19.
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Natural Killer Cells and Viruses: A Game of Chess Played Over Millennia

On-Demand
In this webinar, our expert speaker Dr. Ceri Fielding, from the division of infection and immunity at Cardiff University, will discuss the need to understand how viruses interact with NK cells during the development of novel antiviral therapies.
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High-Quality Vaccine Development Powered by Quality Control Using Agilent Fragment Analyzer System

On-Demand
Speaking at the Vaccine Research & Development 2022, Kyle Luttgeharm, PhD, Product Manager from Agilent presented their talk on IVT RNA production and
accurate and precise mRNA analysis.
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