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Single-Cell Analysis – Webinars and Online Events

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Webinar

The Tumor Microenvironment Series: Overcoming Challenges in TIL Analysis

On-Demand
Attend this webinar to:
- Overcome key challenges when working with rare antigen-specific T cells
- Learn the key considerations when preparing samples for single-cell sequencing
- Gain insights into tumor single-cell sequencing results
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Webinar

Cell-to-Cell Communication in Cancer

On-Demand
In this webinar, Dr. Holz will discuss the background of cell-to-cell communication, highlighting studies and recent developments in the field as well as exploring the clinical implications of these studies on cancer biology and patient care.
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Online Event

Advances in Proteomics & Metabolomics 2022

On-Demand
Returning for its third year, this online symposium will once again bring together leading scientists in the field as they highlight the latest advancements in translational proteomics and metabolomics. From uncovering the molecular mechanisms of disease pathology, to the latest technological developments in diagnostics and treatment.
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Effective Nuclei Isolation From Tissue for Single-Nucleus Sequencing

On-Demand
In this webinar, we present a standardized workflow solution, including easy and automated nuclei extraction and isolation for reproducible single-nucleus sequencing analysis.
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Developing Mass Spectrometry for Deep and Quantitative Single-Cell Proteomics

On-Demand
Dr. Nemes will share developments from his lab that enabled the in situ and in vivo measurement of metabolites and proteins in single cells in live tissues and organisms, while Dr. Orsburn will explain how leaps in mass spectrometry can facilitate unprecedented sequence coverage of protein at the single-cell level.
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Mapping Gene Expression Signatures in the Heart and Lungs of Patients with COVID-19

On-Demand
These technologies can help identify new strategies to enhance myocardial repair and regeneration through target validation and manipulation.
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Webinar

As Easy as it Gets - Visualization Based Omics Data Analysis

On-Demand
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.
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Webinar

Decoding the Developing Human Immune System

On-Demand
The human immune system is extremely complex, comprised of multiple cell types and states interacting in myriad ways to produce diverse cellular ecosystems.
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Webinar

Racing Against Time: Rapid, High-Throughput Discovery of Antibody Therapeutics for SARS-CoV-2

On-Demand
Vanderbilt University Medical Center researchers Robert Carnahan and Pavlo Gilchuk are attempting to compress the timeline for therapeutic antibody development, by integrating a series of advances in single-cell messenger RNA sequence analysis, bioinformatics, synthetic biology and high-throughput functional analysis.
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Using Single-Cell Proteomics and Transcriptomics To Understand Gene Regulation

On-Demand
In this webinar, Dr Nikolai Slavov will describe how the SCoPE2 method can increase quantitative accuracy and throughput while lowering cost and hands-on time by introducing automated and miniaturized sample preparation, enabling analysis of the emergence of cellular heterogeneity as homogeneous monocytes differentiated into macrophage-like cells in the absence of polarizing cytokine.
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