Archive for the ‘Bio-Rad Webinar’ Category
In honor of this launch, we invite you to review some of the resources (including technical notes, review articles and video tutorials) that we have posted on high resolution melt analysis. Feel free to to click on any of the links below for further details:
- High Resolution Melt Analysis Applicatons (publication)
- The Versatility of High-Resolution Melt Analysis (2 resources: review article and technical note)
- Educational Webinar: High-Resolution Melt Analysis (archived version available, registration required)
- A Practical Guide to High Resolution Melt Analysis Genotyping (technical note)
- A Video Tutorial for High Resolution Melt Analysis
- PCR Assay for Chromatin Accessibility (epigenetics methods article)
In this video, Dr. Sean Taylor, Field Applications Specialist, Bio-Rad Laboratories, demonstrates how sample quality and reference gene selection effect data analysis and interpretation in real-time quantitative PCR (qPCR) experiments. The presentation is in accordance with the previously published MIQE guidelines.
For enhanced viewing, click on the full-screen mode button on the bottom right hand corner of the video.
High-resolution melt (HRM) analysis is rapidly gaining in popularity as a cost-effective and faster alternative to traditional post-PCR genotyping methods such as single-stranded conformation polymorphism, denaturing high-performance liquid chromatography, and restriction fragment length polymorphism.
In this webinar you will gain an overview of the fundamentals of HRM and learn techniques for success through appropriate experimental design, assay optimization, and data analysis. You will also learn about specific applications from scientists using HRM technology for basic microbiological genotyping research of pathogens as well as in clinical studies, detecting receptor gene mutants linked to cancer and identifying epigenetic differences in double-stranded DNA.
The webinar will take place Wednesday August 11 at 1pm EST.
* Kim De Leener, Ph.D., Center for Medical Genetics, University of Ghent, Belgium
* Jonas Winchell, Ph.D., Chief, Response and Surveillance Laboratory, International Emerging Infections Program, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
* Adam McCoy, Ph.D., Senior Scientist, Gene Expression Division, Life Science Group, Bio-Rad Laboratories
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Bring enzymes to life in your classroom with relevant and topical applications. Enzymes and biofuels – a great combination!
Date: Wednesday, April 21, 2010
Time: Two Sessions –
3:00 PM Eastern (12:00 PM Pacific) – REGISTER
7:00 PM Eastern (4:00 PM Pacific) – REGISTER
Presenter: Cindy Gay, M.A.
Steamboat Springs High School
Steamboat Springs, CO
Enzymes are critical to life and are central in any life science curriculum. Enzymes spiral throughout life science curriculum and provide many opportunities to incorporate best teaching practices, but how excited and engaged are your students? As a case study for enzymes and factors that affect enzymatic reactions, biofuel production is a hot topic that connects many big ideas in both biology and environmental science. Looking at enzymes through this light allows us to explore enzyme activity as well as hands-on labs for teaching enzymes. This webinar will consider why it’s important to teach enzymes including enzyme function, regulation and industrial applications and will share tips on engaging students that have proven successful in the classroom.
Why teach about enzymes
Enzymes overview: function, regulation and STEM applications
Biofuels as a case study for real-world applications of enzymes
Hands-on labs for teaching
Cindy Gay completed both her undergraduate and graduate work in Environmental, Population and Organismic Biology at the University of Colorado. For the past twenty-nine years she has taught biology to students ranging from middle school to college undergraduates. A Nationally Board Certified teacher, Cindy is currently teaching Biology, AP Biology and Anatomy/Physiology at Steamboat Springs High School in Colorado. She has been recognized for her teaching, curriculum and staff development as a recipient of the Presidential Awards for Excellence in Science Teaching, Outstanding Biology Teacher, Amgen Award for Excellence in Science Education, and Teacher of the Year.
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