Upcoming Online Events
Establishing dynamic spheroid cultures as mini-tumor models for treatment evaluation - 5th of April, 4 PM
The process to establish three-dimensional spheroid models in rotating bioreactors and benchmarking their suitability to study cancer treatments will be discussed. These mini-tumor models aim to bridge the gap between in vitro studies and the human in vivo system, by mimicking cancer cell behaviour in vivo better.
How TDP-43 condensation modulates its RNA processing and how this is relevant for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis - 7th of April, 6 PM
Mutations in TDP-43 that cause ALS affect its condensation properties. To address the question of TDP-43’s RNA specificity, Martina Hallegger and colleagues created different TDP-43 variants in several cell systems. Join us for the free live webinar, that will cover the Impaired RNA processing in neurodegenerative disease, RBP condensation. RNAseq, iCLIP, and their analysis.
Microlab® Prep™ - Automated Pipetting Made Easy - 7th of April 8 PM
Join Hamilton Robotics for a live, interactive webinar and learn how to take your first step into lab automation. Replace manual pipetting with the Microlab® Prep™ to create better efficiency and accuracy in results.
What you need to know about single cell sequencing data analysis - 13th of April, 2 PM
Single cell sequencing gives unrepresented insight into functions of individual cells in health and disease, but this method produces vast amounts of data, as it measures whole-genome expression of thousands of single cells within a single sample.
Do you have any burning questions on the tools available and what one is right for your research?
Hybridisation capture for variant detection in DNA and RNA - 21th of April, 10 AM
Hybridisation capture enables the detection of all variant types: SNV’s, InDel, CNV, rearrangements. Celemics provide custom design and pre-set hybridisation capture tools for DNA and RNA analysis. Learn all the ins and outs with this interactive webinar.
- Celemics custom design build and capture
- Uniformity of capture
- Dealing with Homologous and GC rich regions
- FFPE and poor quality DNA
- Questions and answers