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Wednesday, July 24, 2013
Teresa Snyder-Leiby, Ph.D.
GeneMarker HID is expert system human identity software, compatible with human identity chemistries, capillary electrophoresis and rapid instrument output, Windows XP, 7 and 8 OS. The program contains a streamlined analysis workflow to determine STR profiles with linked post-genotyping applications: database search capabilities, kinship, paternity and mixture analysis.
Tuesday, July 16, 2013
Rob Chumanov, PhD.
This webinar will describe how to use HaloTag(R) technology to capture and characterize intracellular protein:protein interactions at endogenous expression levels. Specific advantages of the covalent capture with HaloTag(R) will be compared and contrasted to the traditional protein fusion tags including FLAG, His, and GST.
Thursday, June 27, 2013
Robert McLaren, Ph.D.
Tuesday, June 25, 2013
Douglas Horejsh, Ph.D.
Available only in the US - FFPE samples are an important starting material for clinical molecular oncology and research laboratories. Typical in-line measures of DNA eluate quantity/quality including absorbance, fluorescent dye binding, and inhibition assays may fail to predict downstream amplification success. Promega recently developed a new FFPE DNA purification kit, which optimizes the recovery of amplifiable DNA, in using the IVD-labeled Maxwell(R) CSC instrument.
Tuesday, June 11, 2013
Neal Cosby, Ph.D.
This webinar will explain how the physics and chemistry of bioluminescence render it an ideal platform technology for building simple assays to better understand complex biology. Examples of assay use in cancer research will be presented.