Webinar: Simple Your Transgenic Plant and Cancer Pharmacodynamics Analysis / Research
One of the challenges that bioanalytical labs face when running protein analysis is the reproducibility and sensitivity of the methods used. This is particularly true when one needs to utilize traditional Western blotting techniques. Trying to identify phosphorylated and non-phosphorylated protein isoforms and being able to quantitate those isoforms is becoming a must-have for most researchers in pharmacodynamics analysis, but difficult to accomplish when relying on traditional techniques.
- How the Simple Western™ platform integrates and automates all manual operations associated with Western blotting, from sample separation to quantitative data analysis
- How to provide bioanalytical labs with reproducibility and sensitivity in their western blotting methods
- How the Simple Western technology is applied to quantitative pharmacodynamics analysis in cancer research
- How Simple Western provides tools to analyze proteins from 12 to 440 kDa, either by immunoassay or total protein analysis
Kristen A. McEachern, Ph.D., Scientist, Oncology Translational Science, AstraZeneca R&D Boston
Afshin Safavi, Ph.D., Founder and Chief Scientific Officer, BioAgilytix