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image: Biomarker Breakthroughs: Leveraging Liquid Biopsies to Unlock Biological Mysteries

Biomarker Breakthroughs: Leveraging Liquid Biopsies to Unlock Biological Mysteries

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Event Date: June 21 2016

The Scientist brings together a panel of experts to discuss strategies for detecting and quantitatively analyzing mutations in cfDNA and ctDNA and the application of this information to profile disease progression and treatment.

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In this webinar, we will discuss the technical and methodological requirements for ELISpot assays, important quality control measures, essential assay qualifications, and data interpretation.

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image: Exploring the Epigenome: Applications for Cancer Research

Exploring the Epigenome: Applications for Cancer Research

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Event Date: June 7 2016

The Scientist has assembled a panel of experts to discuss the importance of epigenetic profiling in cancer research, and to explore how this knowledge can be applied to develop targeted therapies.  

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image: Disease in a Dish: New Tools for Understanding Cellular Systems

Disease in a Dish: New Tools for Understanding Cellular Systems

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Event Date: April 27 2016

The Scientist brings together a panel of experts to discuss emerging technologies for disease modeling in regenerative medicine and stem cell therapy.

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image: Bioproduction: Advances in Cell Line Engineering

Bioproduction: Advances in Cell Line Engineering

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Event Date: April 12 2016

The Scientist brings together a panel of experts to discuss strategies and workflows for screening and optimizing cell lines for bioproduction. 

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image: Genetic Screens: A Route to Rapid Progress in Disease Targeting and Drug Development

Genetic Screens: A Route to Rapid Progress in Disease Targeting and Drug Development

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Event Date: April 4 2016

The Scientist brings together a panel of experts to share their perspectives on genome-wide functional screening and applications in drug development.

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image: Exploring Exosomes and the Tumor Microenvironment

Exploring Exosomes and the Tumor Microenvironment

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Event Date: January 28 2016

The Scientist brings together a panel of experts to discuss the function of exosomes in cell-to-cell communication during tumor progression and metastasis. 

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image: The Green Lab Challenge: Take Action!

The Green Lab Challenge: Take Action!

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Event Date: December 10 2015

Join us for this event to learn how you can improve lab sustainability, reducing the environmental footprint of your research.

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Understanding the Stem Cell Niche

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Event Date: December 1 2015

The Scientist brings together a panel of experts to discuss interactions between stem cells and external cues, and the role of the stem cell niche in development and disease. 

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image: High-Throughput Analysis of Viral Composition, Entry Kinetics, and Conformational Changes

High-Throughput Analysis of Viral Composition, Entry Kinetics, and Conformational Changes

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Event Date: November 19 2015

In this webinar, our panelist will describe how his lab uses flow cytometry and surrogate virus particles to transform technical and biosafety challenges into a new model for study of virus-cell fusion. 

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