Life Science ResearchView All
Mastering MIQE: How to Publish High‑Quality qPCR Data
Ensure your ability to publish high-quality qPCR data by implementing Minimum Information for Publication of Quantitative Real-Time PCR Experiments (MIQE) Guidelines. Join our live webinar where our presenters will explain MIQE's core concepts using interactive tools and examples to ensure accurate and reproducible qPCR data.
How to Develop a New Multiplex SARS‑CoV‑2 Variant Neutralizing Antibody Assay in a Day
In this webinar, we will discuss the utilization of Bio‑Plex Pro Human SARS‑CoV‑2 Neutralization Custom Assay Developer Kit to efficiently develop new variant assays for the detection and determination of percentage inhibition of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS‑CoV‑2) neutralizing antibodies with affinity to SARS‑CoV‑2 variants.
Fundamentals of Real-Time PCR: The Aftershow
This webinar will review the top questions on basic real-time PCR techniques and troubleshooting that were presented in the original 5-part webinar series on the fundamentals of real-time PCR.
Missed the original series, or ready for a refresher? The original Fundamentals of Real-Time PCR series is available to watch on- demand.
Clinical DiagnosticsView All
Antibodies of Undetermined Specificity: A Matter of Concern?
Sandra J. Nance discusses the available publications regarding these unresolved cases along with potential causes and actions/recommendations to ensure the best patient care. She explains the importance of communicating to clinicians that, in some cases, specific antibodies may be identified in subsequent samples.
HIV and HCV Diagnostic Strategies: Updates and Key Challenges
In this new Infectious Disease Webinar, Prof. Claude Tayou Tagny will share how the latest recommendations on HIV testing present some challenges for the confirmation of positive results and Dr. Tonya Hayden will share with us the current CDC position and forward-looking outlook on HCV testing.
Bioprocess ChromatographyView All
Manufacturing a Recombinant Retrovirus — Downstream Purification Process Development
This webcast details the importance of resin screening, endonuclease treatment, process development, and the scale-up purification of a retrovirus-like particle intended for use in human subjects.
A Mixed-Mode Approach — Alternative to a Three-Step mAb Purification Process
In this webinar, we evaluate three monoclonal antibody purification workflows, compare alternatives to the traditional mAb three-step process focused on time and cost reduction, and we explore functionalities of mixed-mode resins.
Food & Beverage TestingView All
Classroom EducationView All
Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration with Algae Beads
Students often struggle with tying cellular respiration and photosynthesis together. Learn strategies for using algae beads to illuminate how both processes are interrelated in an easy-to-use unified experimental system.
Revolutionizing Cancer Detection: A Workshop on ELISA Techniques
This webinar explores the revolutionary world of enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) and its application in identifying and validating tumor-associated markers. Discover how this cutting-edge technique provides a less invasive and more effective means of detecting cancer in its early stages. See how to use a paper model to teach antigen-antibody interactions and the stages of a complete ELISA workflow.
Empowering Educators: Integrating Seamless Molecular Biology Projects into Your Curriculum
Are you eager to ignite a passion for independent research in your students without the challenges of lab development and material sourcing? In this webinar, we unveil a project meticulously crafted by undergraduate and community college educators. This project was designed to seamlessly introduce students to the world of molecular biology, allowing them to apply essential skills and techniques while engaging in a real-world research endeavor.
Real Talk about Real-Time PCR
Real-time quantitative PCR (qPCR) has become a household name. But in the decades before the COVID-19 pandemic, it enabled researchers to monitor cellular activities and environments to revolutionize scientific knowledge. In this webinar presented in partnership with the NABT, Leigh Brown discusses the history, innovation, and applications that make qPCR a core technique in laboratories around the globe.
Science of Opioid Dependence
Addiction affects everyone. The opioid epidemic has been particularly hard-hitting: in 2018, two of every three drug overdoses in the U.S. were due to opioids, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Understanding the genetic links to drug dependency can reduce the likelihood of opioids being prescribed to high-risk patients.
CRISPR in the Classroom: Introduction to CRISPR Discovery and Concepts, and How to Model with Students
Looking to add CRISPR into your curriculum? We’ve got you covered with the essentials you’ll need to introduce this cutting-edge topic to your students. We’ll start with the discovery of CRISPR, explain how CRISPR-Cas9 gene editing works, and demonstrate a free paper model you can use with your students.