The Lipidyzer™ Platform: A Revolutionary Tool for Understanding the Role of Lipids in Disease

Video   Oct 06, 2016

 
 
 

In this webinar, Baljit Ubhi will discuss the challenges in lipid analysis for quantitation. A novel lipid analysis platform will be discussed which aims to overcome these challenges as well as providing an in-depth look at biological validation data of the platform.

Key Learning Objectives:

-Learn what the challenges are in lipid analysis
-Understand how the Lipidyzer Platform overcomes these challenges
-Learn how this platform can be used as a tool for understanding the role of lipids in disease

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