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2015 Webinars

T-lymphocyte cancer cells. Webinar

Discovering Hematopoietic Progenitor Cells

This webinar discusses recent developments in developing models of hematopoiesis using immunological cells such as CD34+ bone marrow cells, CD14+ peripheral blood monocytes, and primary peripheral blood mononuclear cells.

White and red cluster of malaria parasite. Webinar

Enhancing Vector-borne Research with Biological and Molecular Standards

Many vector-borne pathogens can be challenging to culture, require high-containment facilities, or are on the commerce control list, making them difficult to study. Synthetically derived standards provide a solution to this problem. Watch this webinar to learn how.

Close up of blue DNA strand floating among small blue and white particles. Webinar

How Does ISO 17025 Accreditation Build International Confidence?

With scientific research and development continuing to expand, we need to have confidence that materials are sampled well, tested appropriately, and that their measurement tools are well calibrated. Watch the webinar to discover why lSO accreditation supports this need.

Gloved hand holding petri dish containing red and yellow bacteria cultures. Webinar

Implementation of the VITEK-MS and its Use in Microbial Identification

The VITEK-MS is a recent addition to the arsenal of microbial identification technologies. It brings to the field a very simple user interface, rapid turnaround times, and flexibility in expanding a database to suit the user’s needs. Watch our webinar to learn more about this technology.

Blueish purple rods of Escherichia coli bacteria. Webinar

Microbiology Quality Control as Described in the Compendia

The QC microbiology lab serves a valuable function in the pharmaceutical manufacturing environment in terms of providing information on the biological quality of the products being produced. In this webinar, learn more about the importance of quality control and explore the guidance provided in the compendium on the quality control aspects of laboratory operations.

Green and blue dopaminergic Diff Tuj1 DAPI cells. Webinar

Neural Progenitor Cells - Potent Models of Normal and Disease Neurobiology

This webinar discusses methods for generating large quantities of neural progenitor cells (NPCs) from human fibroblast-, CD34+-, and Parkinson’s disease-derived iPSCs. It will then focus on how NPCs can be further induced to differentiate into neurons, dopaminergic neurons, astrocytes, and oligodendrocytes.

Red, rod-shaped Shigella bacteria in a green web. Webinar

Phenotypic Characterization and Quality Control of Cells from Bacteria to Human Cells

Phenotype MicroArray technology allows a biologist to test thousands of phenotypes of a cell line or microorganism in a single experiment to gain a comprehensive overview of the metabolism, physiology, and pathway fluxes. In this webinar, we provide more details on this technology and present examples of its applications.

Petri dish filled with bright-blue and green media and cells in a line and spot pattern. Webinar

Seeing is Believing - Reporter-Labeled Microbial Control Strains

Experimental controls are essential for establishing that protocols, methods, and instruments are functioning correctly and efficiently. In this webinar, we discuss the development of reporter-labeled bacteria and provide data demonstrating their application as controls in microbial detection and quantification.

Green and purple double helix DNA. Webinar

Transfection Reagents - Powerful Tools to Enable Genetic Manipulation

This webinar provides an introduction to transfection and then focuses on ATCC transfection reagents, which have been optimized in a broad spectrum of cell types for a range of applications, including gene expression and siRNA-mediated knockdown.