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Can We Trust Western Blots?

 :: Posted by American Biotechnologist on 07-08-2014

This is a VERY IMPORTANT video for anyone doing Western Blotting (i.e. everyone!).

Educational Webinar: High-Resolution Melt Analysis

 :: Posted by American Biotechnologist on 08-02-2010

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.

For more information and to register, see the official announcement on Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News

Panelists Include

* 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

Quality controlling 2D gel data and why you should do it

 :: Posted by American Biotechnologist on 05-31-2010

Be sure to check out the upcoming webinar on Wednesday June 9th from our friends at Ludesi.

Learn how to use the free Gel IQ tool to measure the correctness of your image analysis output.

* Introducing you to Combined Correctness: a generic metric for calculating a quality score
* Using the free software tool “Gel IQ” to calculate a quality score on your 2D gel image analysis data
* How to import your analysis project into Gel IQ
* Applying the correct evaluation settings
* Evaluating spot detection and matching correctness
* Interpreting your Combined Correctness score
* Using Gel IQ to quality control and optimize your 2D gel analysis protocols

Wednesday, June 9, 2010
12 PM EDT / 9 AM PDT (US) / 6 PM CET (Europe)
Click here to register for the Wednesday time slot