2020 Nov 12 - ACD Neuro Summit
Jyoti Phatak-Sheldon, MS.,
Associate Scientist - Applications, Advanced Cell Diagnostics
Anushka Dikshit, Ph.D.
Applications Scientist, Advanced Cell Diagnostics
Ozgun Goecke, Ph.D.,
Group Leader, Institute for Stroke and Dementia Research (ISD), LMU Munich
Daniel Zollinger, Ph.D.,
Senior Scientist, Nanostring Technologies
Theodore Price, Ph.D.,
Professor & Director Systems Neuroscience Program, School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences, University of Texas (UT) at Dallas
Stephanie Shiers, Ph.D.,
Postdoctoral Fellow University of Texas (UT) at Dallas
Samuel Marsh, Ph.D.,
Research Fellow in Neurology Boston Children’s Hospital Harvard Medical School
Sabhya Rana Ph.D.,
Postdoctoral Research Associate Mayo Clinic
Larissa Erben, Ph.D.,
Postdoctoral Fellow National Institute of Health
The nervous system exhibits high degree of structural and functional heterogeneity. With its signal amplification and simultaneous background noise suppression the RNAscope™ technology advances transcriptomic analyses by enabling highly sensitive and specific spatial mapping of gene expression in tissues of the nervous system at the single cell level.
Furthermore, the multiplexing capabilities of the RNAscope assays, with the power to spatially map up to 12 targets simultaneously, enables thorough characterization of cell populations within the nervous system.
Learn how experts in the field of Neuroscience have utilized the RNAscope and BaseScope assays to address pertinent questions in their research.
Agenda at a glance:
- An overview of RNAscope Technology within neuroscience applications
- Resolving continuous expression vectors of scRNAseq with RNAscope
- Single-cell transcriptomic atlas of the human retina identifies cell types associated with age-related macular degeneration
- GeoMx® Whole Transcriptome and Proteomic Profiling of Mouse Neuronal Tissue
- Understanding pain mechanisms: RNA expression analysis of peripheral nervous system tissue
- Examination of microglia at single-cell resolution in health and disease
- Motor-neuron size dependent mechanisms of neuroplasticity following spinal cord injury
- Application of a novel ISH approach to elucidate splice variants in schizophrenia
- Poster Presentations