Geroproteomic Approaches To Investigate Proteome Dynamics During Age-Related Diseases
In this webinar, Dr. Nathan Basisty will introduce a new computational tool – TurnoveR – which accurately calculates protein turnover rates from mass spectrometry analysis of metabolic labeling experiments. He will also demonstrate how this technology derives new biological insights into age-related diseases.
As Easy as it Gets - Visualization Based Omics Data Analysis
Watch this webinar to learn how to import data, identify discriminating variables as well as Visualize the results in different plot types such as PCA, heatmaps, box plots etc.
Revealing the Developing Brain With Single-Cell Multiomic Profiling of Human Cerebral Organoids
The powerful combination of stem-cell derived organoids and single-cell multiomics is revolutionizing developmental cell biology.
What Is a Microarray?
A microarray is a miniaturized assay comprising a solid surface printed with a multitude of molecules which are available for multiplex interaction and detection. They have applications in many fields including genomics, proteomics, diagnostics, biomarker quantitation and others.
Innovations in Gene Therapy—Building the Complete Solution for Viral Vector Production
Watch this webinar to learn about the broad range of products and technologies available in the gene therapy field, flexible solutions for clinical and commercial scale viral vector production as well as process diversity and scale-up challenges in upstream processes.
Generating Gapless, Telomere-to-Telomere Plant Genome Assemblies
In this presentation, bioinformatician Caroline Belser will focus on the sequencing of a banana genome, and the reconstruction of complete chromosomes from telomere to telomere using nanopore sequencing technology.