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SABiosciences is pleased to provide free, on-line educational resources covering relevant tools and techniques for gene and protein expression analysis, and cell-based gene function analysis. We offer live webinars, prerecorded and PDF formatted presentations.

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PCR Arrays for Pathway Analysis

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Identify key players and regulators in cancer

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PCR Array Data Analysis Tutorial

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Functional analysis of genes, biologics & small molecules

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RNAi Screen Design & Optimzation

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Epigenetic Technologies for Biomedical Research

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Innate immune system

QPCR Introduction

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ChIP and Real-Time PCR Technology Overview

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Oncogenomics & cancer mutation

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Cell Death Research Solutions

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Wnt Signaling Research Solutions

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Gene Network Central Tutorial

Research tools for inflammation regulation

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Anticancer Immunity

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Copy number: variation & alteration analysis strategies

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Metabolism and cancer

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Wnt application- a case study

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Profiling DNA Methylation with PCR System

PCR Array Data Analysis Tutorial

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RNAi Gene Knockdown with shRNA

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Oncogenomics & cancer mutation

miRNA Expression and Function

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Signal transduction targets

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Cancer and Inflammation

Current Seminar Titles Available:

Focus Title
1.  PCR ArrayPCR Array Data Analysis Tutorial
2.  QPCR IntroductionIntroduction to Real Time PCR (Q-PCR/qPCR/qrt-PCR)
3.  miRNAsThe miRNA revolution: An introduction to microRNA biogenesis, function & analysis
4.  miRNAsmiRNA Quantitation: From experimental design through data analysis
5.  PCR Arrays in ImmunologyExploring the first line of defense: research tools for the innate immune system
6.  Inflammation and TLRToll-like Receptors in Inflammation
7.  Neurodegeneration MechanismsMolecular Mechanisms of Neurodegeneration
8.  miRNAsFunctional analysis of miRNAs
9.  Microbial PCR ArraysMicrobiome: From identification to characterization
10.  miRNAsMicroRNA biomarker discovery - overcoming limiting sample material
11.  Host–Pathogen InteractionsHost–Pathogen Interactions: Molecular Basis and Host Defense Mechanisms
12.  Next-generation sequencingNext-Generation Sequencing — Targeted Enrichment Technology in Cancer Research
13.  Next-generation sequencingAdvancing NGS Data Analysis and Interpretation: CLC Cancer Research Workbench and Ingenuity Variant Analysis
14.  Service CoreAccelerate your discovery with QIAGEN service solutions for biomarker research
15.  NeurodegenerationCirculating Biomarkers for Alzheimer’s Disease
16.  NeurodegenerationThe Central Roles of Non-Coding RNAs in Neurodegenerative Disorders
17.  Multiplex PCRPractical hints and new solutions for successful real-time PCR studies
18.  Multiplex PCRCritical factors for successful multiplex endpoint PCR
19.  Multiplex PCRCritical Factors for Successful Multiplex Real-Time PCR
20.  PCR ArraysAdvanced Real-Time PCR Array Technology – Coding & Noncoding RNA Expression Analysis
21.  QuantiNova PCR kit Novel in-process monitoring tools for improving accuracy and reproducibility of qPCR results
22.  QIAmp circulating NA kitGetting Past the Pitfalls: Best Practices in Pre-analytical Sample Handling for Free Circulating DNA Isolation
23.  Cignal Reporter AssaysCell-based Reporter Assays: Measure 45 Signaling Pathway Activity in Any Cell Type
24.  Liquid BiopsiesLiquid biopsy: overcome challenges of circulating DNA with automated and standardized extraction processes
25.  Liquid BiopsiesSensitive mutation detection by sequencing circulating cell-free DNA
26.  AutomationStreamlining the Gene Expression Workflow while Increasing Data Quality
27.  Multiplex PCRMultiplex PCR for Genotyping: Technology Overview and Applications
28.  AutomationGenotyping Workflow: Challenges and Streamlined Solutions with QIAxcel Systems
29.  GeneGlobeGeneGlobe – Delivering a world of insight to your research

PCR Array Data Analysis Tutorial

With a live demonstration using actual PCR array data, learn how easy it is to use our data analysis Web portal to calculate fold-differences in gene expression from your raw real-time PCR threshold cycles.

Duration: 45 minutes followed by Q&A session.

Schedule:

Monday, August 24, 2015 at 9:30 AM Eastern    Status: Available Reserve

Introduction to Real Time PCR (Q-PCR/qPCR/qrt-PCR)

Real-time polymerase chain reaction (qPCR) is the most sensitive and reliable method for the detection and quantification of nucleic acids. This 45-minute webinar introduces the concepts of real-time PCR and how to conduct a real-time PCR assay. The topics that will be covered include an overview of real-time PCR chemistries, protocols, quantification methods, real-time PCR applications, and factors for success. This webinar is for both beginners that are new to real-time PCR as well as experienced users.

Duration: 45 minutes followed by Q&A session.

Schedule:

Monday, August 10, 2015 at 9:30 AM Eastern    Status: Available Reserve

The miRNA revolution: An introduction to microRNA biogenesis, function & analysis

miRNA plays a critical role in many biological processes such as differentiation and development, cell signaling, response to infection, and other challenges. Recent studies have shown overwhelming evidence that aberration in miRNA expression is causal or an indicator of many disease processes including cancer. Currently there is a race to find and develop miRNAs as biomarkers and therapeutics. To win the race, it is important to have a strong understanding of miRNA and the challenges of miRNA research. The webinar will cover the biology of miRNA, the key challenges associated with miRNA research, and the latest advances in miRNA research technology.

Duration: 45 minutes followed by Q&A session.

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Thursday, August 13, 2015 at 1:00 PM Eastern    Status: Available Reserve

miRNA Quantitation: From experimental design through data analysis

miRNAs play a critical role in many biological processes including neuronal cell fate, hematology, apoptosis and developmental biology. Increasing evidence has shown that aberrations in microRNA regulation are associated with many disease processes. This webinar will discuss the challenges associated with miRNA quantification by real-time PCR, and the latest strategies for miRNA quantification and profiling. The critical parameters of profiling miRNA gene expression will also be presented. Come and learn how you can apply these tools in your miRNA research!

Duration: 45 minutes followed by Q&A session.

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Thursday, August 20, 2015 at 1:00 PM Eastern    Status: Available Reserve

Exploring the first line of defense: research tools for the innate immune system

The innate immune system executes crucial and unique functions for host defense against infection. This webinar provides an overview of the most important cellular and molecular players of innate immunity and discusses their functions in a variety of disease states. We also introduce research technologies for exploring innate immune activity in your system through profiling of gene expression and cytokines, signal transduction pathway analysis and more, all in the context.

Duration: 45 minutes followed by Q&A session.

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Tuesday, August 18, 2015 at 9:30 AM Eastern    Status: Available Reserve

Toll-like Receptors in Inflammation

"Toll-like receptors (TLRs) have been implicated in both innate and adaptive immunity-induced inflammation, thereby playing critical roles in providing the host with short- and long-term protection against infections.. This webinar will provide an overview of the roles that TLRs play in the regulation of Inflammation and solutions for studying these roles. An overview of TLR-mediated inflammation, the key signaling players involved in TLR-mediated inflammation, and the contribution of TLR-mediated inflammation to various physiological processes will be presented. Please come and learn about the state-of-the-art research tools for analyzing TLR-mediated inflammation and its regulation. "

Duration: 45 minutes followed by Q&A session.

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Tuesday, August 25, 2015 at 9:30 AM Eastern    Status: Available Reserve

Molecular Mechanisms of Neurodegeneration

Common molecular mechanisms and pathways leading to neurodegeneration, such as Alzheimer’s Disease, Parkinson’s Disease, Huntington’s Disease or Multiple Sclerosis, will be discussed in this 45-minute webinar. Research and therapeutic strategies will be presented. Please join us to find out how these discoveries and tools can be used to facilitate your neurodegeneration research.

Duration: 45 minutes followed by Q&A session.

Schedule:

Tuesday, August 11, 2015 at 1:00 PM Eastern    Status: Available Reserve

Functional analysis of miRNAs

Understanding the function and targets of miRNA is important, but challenging research. Since one miRNA can potentially target several genes, finding and validating a specific miRNA-mRNA interaction often involves multiple molecular techniques. In this webinar we will highlight the use of miRNA mimics, inhibitors and target protectors to increase, decrease and adjust the cellular concentration of miRNA and disrupt specific miRNA-mRNA interactions. We will also present a ready-to-use screening tool for identifying miRNA targets in your samples. Lastly, we will show how miRNA expression data can be used to predict mRNA targets and how qPCR can be used to validate predicted interactions.

Duration: 45 minutes followed by Q&A session.

Schedule:

Wednesday, July 29, 2015 at 9:30 AM Eastern    Status: Available Reserve
Thursday, August 27, 2015 at 1:00 PM Eastern    Status: Available Reserve

Microbiome: From identification to characterization

Duration: 45 minutes followed by Q&A session.

Schedule:

Tuesday, August 11, 2015 at 9:30 AM Eastern    Status: Available Reserve

MicroRNA biomarker discovery - overcoming limiting sample material

This webinar presents an integrated, PCR-based system that reduces the amount of sample required for full miRNome profiling and provides unparalleled reproducibility and precision. This advance opens up new possibilities for biomarker development.

Duration: 45 minutes followed by Q&A session.

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Thursday, August 6, 2015 at 1:00 PM Eastern    Status: Available Reserve

Host–Pathogen Interactions: Molecular Basis and Host Defense Mechanisms

Host–pathogen interactions are strikingly complex during infection. This webinar provides an overview of the molecular basis of these intricate interactions; the impact of microbiota on innate and adaptive immunity, metabolism, and insulin resistance; and host defense mechanisms, including newly reported inflammasome-mediated responses and miRNA-mediated responses. Various research tools will be introduced to simplify and streamline each step of studying the host response, enabling analysis of gene expression and regulation, epigenetic modification, genotyping, and signal transduction pathway activation.

Duration: 45 minutes followed by Q&A session.

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Tuesday, August 4, 2015 at 9:30 AM Eastern    Status: Available Reserve

Next-Generation Sequencing — Targeted Enrichment Technology in Cancer Research

Genetic variance analysis plays a critical role cancer diagnosis, prognosis and treatment of cancer. Low sample volume and poor DNA quality are nagging issues with cancer samples making the results unreliable and expensive. This webinar discusses the most biologically efficient, cost-effective method for successful NGS. The GeneRead DNA QuantiMIZE Kits enable determination of the optimum conditions for targeted enrichment of DNA isolated from biological samples, while the GeneRead DNAseq Panels V2 allow you to quickly and reliably deep sequence your genes of interest. Applications in translational and clinical research will be highlighted.

Duration: 45 minutes followed by Q&A session.

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Monday, August 10, 2015 at 1:00 PM Eastern    Status: Available Reserve

Advancing NGS Data Analysis and Interpretation: CLC Cancer Research Workbench and Ingenuity Variant Analysis

Deep-sequencing technologies are enabling critical insights into all aspects of cancer genomics. This webinar will discuss two comprehensive informatics solutions — the CLC Cancer Research Workbench and Ingenuity Knowledge Base Variant Analysis platforms. These NGS analysis platforms provide a user-friendly and customizable solution, enabling you to easily narrow down your focus to causal variants and detect and annotate low-frequency somatic variants. We will show the intuitive user interface of CLC Cancer Research Workbench and demonstrate how the rich biological content from Ingenuity Knowledge Base helps you rapidly identify critical variants in your samples.

Duration: 45 minutes followed by Q&A session.

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Tuesday, July 28, 2015 at 1:00 PM Eastern    Status: Available Reserve

Accelerate your discovery with QIAGEN service solutions for biomarker research

Development of preclinical biomarkers can have several pitfalls, often requiring a large investment in instruments to process samples, time to develop assays, and specialties in data analysis and biomarker algorithm design. QIAGEN’s life sciences service core can provide researchers with the tools, knowledge and specialties to help develop the next generation of biomarkers for cancer, toxicology and inflammation research. This seminar will highlight QIAGEN’s service capabilities in sample isolation, microarray and NGS-sequencing, qPCR panel, and custom assay development and bioinformatics as we look at the identification of potential biomarkers and gene signatures. We will discuss the applications of QIAGEN Service Core in microRNA discovery for toxicology markers in serum and plasma and in identification of RNA signatures for tumor stratification. Join us and learn how you can accelerate your research with QIAGEN service solutions.

Duration: 45 minutes followed by Q&A session.

Schedule:

Friday, July 31, 2015 at 1:00 PM Eastern    Status: Available Reserve
Monday, August 31, 2015 at 9:30 AM Eastern    Status: Available Reserve

Circulating Biomarkers for Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer's disease (AD) is a complex neurodegenerative disorder. Circulating miRNAs hold great promise in the discovery of non-invasive and novel biomarkers for AD diagnosis and prognosis. This webinar will review the role of miRNAs in AD and discuss current progress in biomarker discovery. We will present various tools for pathway-focused and genomewide miRNA expression profiling, miRNA functional studies and target identification.

Duration: 45 minutes followed by Q&A session.

Schedule:

Tuesday, August 25, 2015 at 1:00 PM Eastern    Status: Available Reserve
Friday, August 28, 2015 at 11:00 AM Eastern    Status: Available Reserve

The Central Roles of Non-Coding RNAs in Neurodegenerative Disorders

Non-coding RNAs (ncRNAs), especially microRNAs (miRNAs) and long non-coding RNAs (lncRNAs) have shown aberrant expression profiles in neurodegenerative disorders. This webinar will review the roles of lncRNAs and their mechanisms of action in the regulation of neurodegeneration. Their potential as circulating biomarkers will be discussed. Novel solutions to isolate RNAs from blood and cerebral spinal fluid (CSF) will be discussed and a new qPCR-based lncRNA platform for lncRNA detection and profiling will also be introduced.

Duration: 45 minutes followed by Q&A session.

Schedule:

Tuesday, August 18, 2015 at 1:00 PM Eastern    Status: Available Reserve
Friday, August 21, 2015 at 11:00 AM Eastern    Status: Available Reserve

Practical hints and new solutions for successful real-time PCR studies

In this webinar we will cover the following topics which are critical steps for efficient and precise gene expression studies using real-time PCR technology: - Effect of RNA integrity on real-time PCR results – tips to achieve a true RNA profiling suitable for real-time PCR studies - Improved methods for cDNA synthesis, optimized for real-time PCR - Real-time PCR analysis • Real-time PCR essentials and background information on different quantification strategies • SYBR Green real-time PCR – factors influencing specificity • Introduction to probe technology • New, fast and efficient real-time PCR solutions

Duration: 45 minutes followed by Q&A session.

Schedule:

Wednesday, August 5, 2015 at 1:00 PM Eastern    Status: Available Reserve

Critical factors for successful multiplex endpoint PCR

Multiplex endpoint PCR is a powerful tool for genotyping and many other applications. The ability to amplify and detect several DNA targets in the same reaction offers many benefits. It enables generation of more data out of less sample material, which is especially beneficial in routines with limited and precious sample material. It also offers the opportunity to run internal controls in every reaction, thus increasing the overall reliability of data acquisition. Most importantly of course, switching PCR-based routine lab testing to multiplex PCR offers the opportunity to substantially save on time, materials and cost. QIAGEN’s multiplex PCR chemistry is optimized for reliable amplification of many different templates with high variability in copy numbers. Thus it enables very quick establishment of a new lab routine and instant success for your multiplex PCR strategy. There is a set of critical factors which we recommend to be regarded for planning and performing this kind of PCR. These will be discussed in detail in the webinar. Additionally, our multiplex PCR chemistry has recently been gaining increasing popularity among scientists who are utilizing it for their next-generation sequencing workflows. We will also briefly touch on this topic.

Duration: 45 minutes followed by Q&A session.

Schedule:

Thursday, August 20, 2015 at 9:30 AM Eastern    Status: Available Reserve

Critical Factors for Successful Multiplex Real-Time PCR

Multiplex real-time PCR is a powerful tool for gene expression analysis, viral load monitoring, genotyping, and many other applications. The ability to amplify and detect several genomic DNA, cDNA, or RNA targets in the same reaction offers many benefits: • Conservation of precious samples – more quantification data per sample • Increased throughput – more targets analyzed per run on a cycler • Reliable results – no well-to-well variability due to co-amplification of internal control • Reduced costs – save time and reagents The QuantiFast Multiplex PCR and RT-PCR kits are optimized for reliable amplification of many different templates despite a high variability in abundance. Thus they enable successful amplification of multiple targets on the first attempt without optimization. This webinar explains the principles of the QIAGEN multiplex technologies and shows data demonstrating the exceptional multiplex real-time PCR performance of the QuantiFast Multiplex kits.

Duration: 45 minutes followed by Q&A session.

Schedule:

Wednesday, August 19, 2015 at 1:00 PM Eastern    Status: Available Reserve

Advanced Real-Time PCR Array Technology – Coding & Noncoding RNA Expression Analysis

This webinar presents a simple and accurate real-time PCR system for relevant biological pathway- & disease-focused mRNA and long non-coding RNA (lncRNA) expression profiling. Learn about the stringent performance built into the technology to insure its sensitivity, specificity, reproducibility, and reliability. Application examples will be presented.

Duration: 45 minutes followed by Q&A session.

Schedule:

Monday, August 17, 2015 at 9:30 AM Eastern    Status: Available Reserve

Novel in-process monitoring tools for improving accuracy and reproducibility of qPCR results

The increasing demand for streamlined, monitored, and ultrafast qPCR procedures requires high-performance, real-time quantitative RT and PCR chemistries. Particularly procedures utilizing generic kits for gene expression analysis should include in-process safety measures to avoid variables and control accuracy of procedures and results. This webinar presents innovative solutions for one-step and two-step RT-PCR that significantly enhance performance and reliability in qRT-PCR. The new QuantiNova kit family offers a combination of various integrated safety features to remove variables and prevent artifacts. Internal Control RNA, removal of genomic DNA, room temperature set up capability for RT-PCR, and a built-in visual pipetting control verify accurate procedures, ensuring reliable gene expression profiling. This webinar explains the principles of the technologies and shows data demonstrating performance in qRT-PCR. Find out how you can verify accurate performance in qRT-PCR and improve your results.

Duration: 45 minutes followed by Q&A session.

Schedule:

Wednesday, August 12, 2015 at 1:00 PM Eastern    Status: Available Reserve

Getting Past the Pitfalls: Best Practices in Pre-analytical Sample Handling for Free Circulating DNA Isolation

Isolation and analysis of free circulating DNA has many challenges. Stabilization and processing samples before the actual isolation has a large impact on downstream results. Best practices for handling samples will be discussed during this webinar. In addition, questions such as how much blood should be taken, what are the best protocols to prepare plasma and what kind of controls can be used will be answered.

Duration: 45 minutes followed by Q&A session.

Schedule:

Monday, August 3, 2015 at 1:00 PM Eastern    Status: Available Reserve

Cell-based Reporter Assays: Measure 45 Signaling Pathway Activity in Any Cell Type

Would you like to measure signaling pathway activity in your favorite cell? Learn how to successfully apply convenient and robust reporter assays to your RNA interference, gene over-expression, protein, or small molecule studies. The Cignal Reporter Assays are an excellent tool for studying pathway signaling activity in cells that are amenable to transfection, available for studying numerous pathways including (ROS, Wnt, NF-kB, Notch, cAMP/PKA, TGFbeta, and The Cignal Lenti Reporter Assays combines the power of a lentiviral delivery system with our robust transcription factor reporter technology, enabling you to study signal pathways in virtually any cell type. A technology overview, protocol tutorial, and application examples will be presented. Join us and learn how you can apply this advance tool to your research!

Duration: 45 minutes followed by Q&A session.

Schedule:

Wednesday, August 5, 2015 at 9:30 AM Eastern    Status: Available Reserve

Liquid biopsy: overcome challenges of circulating DNA with automated and standardized extraction processes

Circulating, cell-free DNA (cfDNA) originating from malignant tumors, a developing fetus and also from inflammatory tissues, is present in the cell-free nucleic acids in plasma, serum and other body fluids and is considered a “liquid biopsy”. Access to cfDNA for analysis allows for specific detection of certain disease states based on a simple blood sample. Circulating cell-free DNA shows distinctive properties – it is present mostly as shorter fragments of less than 500 bp and the concentration of cfDNA in a plasma or serum sample is low (approximately 1–100 ng/ml) compared to cellular materials and varies considerably between different individuals. Because of their fragmented nature and low concentration, cfDNA presents a particular challenge for efficient extraction / purification and quantification, such as by qPCR. We present data on solutions for the following critical problems concerning the purification of cfDNA for research and molecular diagnostic applications: • Pre-analytical workflow (blood processing) for analyzing cfDNA • Optimization of cfDNA extraction from plasma samples: low target concentrations require efficient cfDNA enrichment from larger sample volumes • Novel automated extraction of cfDNA using the QIAsymphony SP instrument for liquid biopsy diagnostic applications

Duration: 45 minutes followed by Q&A session.

Schedule:

Monday, August 17, 2015 at 1:00 PM Eastern    Status: Available Reserve

Sensitive mutation detection by sequencing circulating cell-free DNA

Circulating DNA, the cell-free DNA (cfDNA) found in serum or plasma, has become a powerful tool in non-invasive prenatal testing (NIPT), as well as in cancer liquid biopsy. In cancer testing, it has been shown that the quantity and integrity, as well as the mutation content of the cfDNA in cancer patients may differ from that in healthy controls. Therefore, cfDNA may serve as a biomarker for cancer diagnosis, prognosis and stratification. High-throughput sequence analysis of the cfDNA using next-generation sequencing (NGS) technologies provides a highly sensitive method in detecting and characterizing somatic mutations in cancer samples. However, the cfDNA concentration in serum is normally very low, which makes sequencing library construction challenging. In this webinar, we will describe the technical challenges facing cfDNA sequencing and present an optimized workflow that combines high-efficiency NGS library construction, unbiased library amplification and target enrichment to sensitively and reliably detect mutations in cfDNA samples.

Duration: 45 minutes followed by Q&A session.

Schedule:

Tuesday, July 28, 2015 at 9:30 AM Eastern    Status: Available Reserve
Monday, August 24, 2015 at 1:00 PM Eastern    Status: Available Reserve

Streamlining the Gene Expression Workflow while Increasing Data Quality

This webinar will focus on overcoming the challenges and optimizing data quality in the gene expression workflow. The importance of efficient cDNA generation for RT-qPCR is a direct result of the input RNA quality and integrity. Implementing RNA QC analysis prior to RT-qPCR is an integral part of streamlining the gene expression workflow. Achieving optimal results and saving time and money by avoiding processing samples of poor quality can be achieved by using the RNA Integrity Score (RIS) on the QIAxcel as a quality control check into your gene expression workflow. After quality RNA is obtained, efficient and precise RT-qPCR is required to ensure optimal gene expression level detection. Optimal RT-qPCR can only be obtained using a real-time PCR instrument with high thermal uniformity in combination with quality reagents. The combination of the Rotor-Gene Q and QIAGEN specialized master mixes provides minimal need for optimization to achieve superior specificity and optimal robustness for gene expression analysis. Utilizing these state of the art technologies, one can ensure a highly streamlined gene expression workflow with optimal data quality.

Duration: 45 minutes followed by Q&A session.

Schedule:

Thursday, July 30, 2015 at 9:30 AM Eastern    Status: Available Reserve
Wednesday, August 26, 2015 at 1:00 PM Eastern    Status: Available Reserve

Multiplex PCR for Genotyping: Technology Overview and Applications

PCR-based genotyping is widely used in food testing, pharmacogenomics and genetic variation screening. This webinar will describe various applications of PCR-based genotyping assays, with a focus on the applications of multiplex PCR technology. Strategies to improve assay efficiency and sensitivity, reduce turnaround times and simplify workflows will be discussed. We will present various tools to simplify your genotyping process, including sample collection, isolation to assay setup and analysis.

Duration: 45 minutes followed by Q&A session.

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Thursday, August 13, 2015 at 9:30 AM Eastern    Status: Available Reserve

Genotyping Workflow: Challenges and Streamlined Solutions with QIAxcel Systems

Genotyping workflows are tedious, time and resource intensive assays often implying a large number of samples. This webinar focuses on the challenges of typical genotyping application and workflows. It will also illustrate how lab automation addresses these challenges, making genotyping workflow seamless in order to shorten time to result, decrease manual errors and standardize results, from sample disruption and gDNA extraction to detection of end-point PCR amplicons or RT-PCR amplification.

Duration: 45 minutes followed by Q&A session.

Schedule:

Thursday, July 30, 2015 at 1:00 PM Eastern    Status: Available Reserve
Thursday, August 27, 2015 at 9:30 AM Eastern    Status: Available Reserve

GeneGlobe – Delivering a world of insight to your research

Abstract- Once you enter GeneGlobe, you can discover and order gene- and pathway-specific solutions for RNAi, gene expression analysis, functional analysis, miRNA research, epigenetics, next-generation sequencing and genotyping. Learn how to connect your gene, pathway, technology or biological field of interest to the exact products you need by using helpful tools provided by the portal. At GeneGlobe, you can now: • Create custom arrays effortlessly by using our new online Custom Builder tool • Save your favorite genes and pathways for easy ordering of related products • Search our publication database with improved search accuracy to generate more relevant results • Locate the products you want quickly using GeneGlobe’s product and tool finder In this webinar, you will receive an overview of GeneGlobe and learn how to use these new tools for your research applications.

Duration: 45 minutes followed by Q&A session.

Schedule:

Tuesday, August 4, 2015 at 1:00 PM Eastern    Status: Available Reserve

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