Bio-Techne’s upcoming webinars are found in the list below. Click the links below to see a description of the webinar and to sign up. Be sure to check back frequently as new webinars are frequently added!
- May 27th
This webinar highlights ILS's pursuit to develop validate in vitro toxicity testing and the role of the CometChip® platform in this process. Our speakers will give an overview of the CometChip® platform, tools to evaluate come assay results, and more!
- June 25th
In this symposium, Bio-Techne researchers will joined by guest speakers to discuss various exciting aspects of COVID-19 research. Hear about the COVID-19 mechanisms of infection and the tools available to study it, learn how intestinal organoids can be used to model SARS-CoV-2 infection of the gut, and discover how the immune response against SARS-CoV-2 can be investigated.
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Bio-Techne looks forward to welcoming you to this exciting virtual symposium to discuss the latest topics in organoid research. This event aims to keep everyone connected, communicating and collaborating in order to advance research and our knowledge of organoids which most importantly can benefit patients around the globe.
Improved COVID-19 research with Bio-Techne automated platforms: from basic research to serological assay development
In this webinar we highlight assay development strategies, discuss which assays in the COVID-19 space should be used for which questions and showcase new SARS-CoV-2 data on basic research applications as well as serological assays for COVID-19.
Tools to Optimize Neural and Cardiac Differentiation from iPSCs: Predicting Variability and Characterizing Differentiation Efficiency
Using iPSC-derived neurons and iPSC-derived cardiomyocytes as examples, this webinar discusses tools to help researchers manage iPSC variability, optimize cell differentiation, monitor and characterize differentiation efficiency, and translate their protocols towards clinical application.
This webinar will cover the basics of the Milo Single-Cell Western blot (SCW) and RNAscope single-molecule fluorescence RNA in situ hybridization (smFISH) technologies and present data from an ongoing study in the laboratory of Dr. Brian Hermann at the University of Texas at San Antonio where both platforms are being used to validate single-cell RNA-seq data.
Bio-Techne looks forward to welcoming you to this exciting virtual symposium event to discuss the latest topics within the Cell & Gene Therapy community. This event aims to keep everyone connected, communicating and collaborating to advance the cell and gene therapy research and beyond from discovery to clinic.
Learn more about R&D Systems CometAssay and CometChip. We demonstrate how CometChip's versatility can be used with different in vitro models such as HepaRG™ cells, 2D cell culture of induced pluripotent stem cell (iPSC)-derived hepatocyte-like cells, and liver organoids. Variability between the CometChip assays are less than 10%, with no overlapping comets requiring manual editing. The well-to-well CVs are consistent with US Pharmacopeia (USP) guidelines for 96-well assays.
Find out more about how combining Immunohistochemistry (IHC) and RNA in situ hybridization (ISH) can advance your research.
Monitoring immune responses accurately is critical. From acute infections to cancer immunotherapy, the identity and level of secreted cytokines is needed to understand and control the immune system. This webinar will describe the assays used and the importance of obtaining accurate results.
Induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cells are a potential source for developing autologous cell therapies. Here we provide a streamlined regulatory (cell manufacturing and preclinical) path towards filing an Investigational New Drug (IND) application to conduct a phase I clinical trial using autologous iPS cells.
Learn about our RNAscope technology! In this webinar, we will give an overview of the RNAscope technology, break down the workflow of Fluorescent and HiPlex Assays, give tips and tricks for succesful experiments and troubleshoot some common issues. Based in the states? Sign up and recieve an email with the link to watch on-demand as soon as it is available.
Immunoassays are commonly used to quantify biomarkers in complex sample matrices. In this webinar, our scientists demonstrate how we identify and control for matrix effects in Quantikine® ELISAs and Luminex® Assays.
Analytical Solutions for Cell and Gene Therapy – Advancing your AAV and CAR T-cell development with Maurice and MFI
Cell and gene therapy is a rapidly advancing field that holds a lot of promise for treating a wide range of diseases. In this webinar we'll discuss how our Maurice and MFI 5200 systems can assist with the cell and gene therapy workflow.
Join Derek Davies of the Francis Crick Institute as he highlights important considerations for flow cytometry, and give tips on how to effectively and efficiently use a flow cytometer for multicolor phenotyping experiments.
Bringing a cell or gene therapy from discovery to the clinic cannot be done in isolation. Join Dr. Derek Hei from BlueRock Therapeutics and Dr. Dan Fowler from Rapa Therapeutics as they discuss how their partnerships with Bio-Techne are helping them build robust and scalable manufacturing platforms and facilitate their IND submissions.
A Single-Platform Technology for Protein and Nucleic Acid Biomarker Analysis in Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer
Multi-omic approaches can combine protein, DNA, and RNA analyses to illuminate diagnostic biomarkers and pathways and advance our understanding of complex diseases, but these assays require different technologies and platforms. Join Dr. Gary Latham at Asuragen as he discusses a novel and harmonized approach that leverages the Simple Western platform with the potential to replace complex, multi-method techniques.
Gene therapy holds promise for treating a wide range of diseases by precisely altering the genetic composition of cells. Join John Lougheny, director of VAR&D at Merck & Co. Inc. and Chris Heger from ProteinSimple as they demonstrate how the Maurice platform can be used to measure surface charge of an LNP-based mRNA vaccine, and how to assess purity, stability and concentration of AAVs.
Join our panel of industry leading CGT experts as they discuss planning for the successful development of new cell therapies using new raw materials and technologies. Topics include raw material optimization, best practices, risk assessment and challenges for new raw material, regulatory considerations, scale up and production, and more.
In this webinar you will learn more about the R&D Systems approach to developing antibodies, including the quality control specifications that we specifically designed to optimize the activity, reliability, and consistency of our antibodies and immunoassays. Learn about the process from start to finish with case examples of how we address concerns on specificity and reproducibility.
Watch this short video highlighting our CellXVivo™ kits developed for the consistent differentiation and expansion of T cells subtypes, dendritic cells, B cells, cytotoxic cells, and more. Kits include buffers, cytokines and optimized protocols for easy and reproducible cell culture.
Flow cytometry is a powerful technique that allows researchers to examine multiple proteins on cell populations using fluorescently labeled antibodies. This flow webinar series will cover the basics of how flow cytometry works, including how to setup and run a multi-paramater experiment, as well as how to apply flow concepts to topics like cell proliferation, dead cell exclusion and intracellular staining techniques for transcription factors and phospho-proteins.