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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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Anticancer Immunity

PCR Arrays for†Pathway Analysis

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miRNAs in Serum

Functional analysis of genes, biologics & small molecules

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QPCR Introduction

EMT and ECM

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RNAi Screen Design & Optimzation

miRNA overview

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Metabolism and cancer

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Oncogenomics & cancer mutation

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Gene Network Central Tutorial

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PCR Array Data Analysis Tutorial

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miRNAs expression and quantitation

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Epigenetic Technologies for Biomedical Research

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Copy number: variation & alteration analysis strategies

Oxidative Stress Research Solutions

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Profiling DNA Methylation with PCR System

Research tools for the innate immune system

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Drug induced toxicity and metabolism

PCR Arrays for†Pathway Analysis

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RNAi Gene Knockdown with shRNA

miRNAs in Serum

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Cell Death Research Solutions

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Fibrosis and wound healing

PCR Array Data Analysis Tutorial

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ChIP and Real-Time PCR Technology Overview

Research tools for inflammation regulation

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Discover miRNA, Proteins and Pathways that Regulate Any Gene

Copy number: variation & alteration analysis strategies

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ELISArray- Analyze Multiple Cytokines and Chemokines

Cancer and Inflammation

Current Seminar Titles Available:

Focus Title
1.  Inflammation and TLRToll-like Receptors in Inflammation
2.  Neurodegeneration MechanismsMolecular Mechanisms of Neurodegeneration
3.  Stem cellStem cell: overview and key stem cell signaling pathways
4.  NGS data analysisAdvancing Biological Analysis and Interpretation in Cancer Studies
5.  CLC Cancer Research Workbench for tumor analysisCLC Cancer Research Workbench for tumor analysis

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.

Schedule:

Thursday, August 28, 2014 at 9:30 AM Eastern    Status: Available Reserve

Molecular Mechanisms of Neurodegeneration

Common molecular mechanisms and pathways leading to neurodegeneration, such as Alzheimerís Disease, Parkinsonís Disease, Huntingtonís 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:

Thursday, August 28, 2014 at 1:00 PM Eastern    Status: Available Reserve

Stem cell: overview and key stem cell signaling pathways

The webinar will overview the key signaling pathways critical for embryonic stem cell (ESC) and induced pluripotent stem cell (iPSC) maintenance and differentiation, including Fibroblast Growth Factor, Hedgehog, Notch, TGFb and WNT. The major receptors and transcription factors of these signaling pathways, and stem-cell specific markers, and stem cell differentiation markers will also be presented. Qiagen has developed various techniques for profiling, screening and validating discrete biological processes during the various steps from reprogramming through terminal differentiation. Application examples will be presented. Come and learn how you can apply these tools to your research.

Duration: 45 minutes followed by Q&A session.

Schedule:

Wednesday, August 27, 2014 at 1:00 PM Eastern    Status: Available Reserve

Advancing Biological Analysis and Interpretation in Cancer Studies

Deep sequencing technologies are enabling critical insights into all aspects of cancer genomics. The combination of targeted gene panels and knowledge-driven analytics can help you quickly and cost-effectively investigate the basic mechanisms of cancers. In this 45-minute webinar, we will demonstrate how to compare and contrast cancer cell lines sequenced using the GeneRead DNAseq Human Colon Cancer Gene Panel and analyzed with Ingenuity Variant Analysis. We will show the intuitive user interface in Variant Analysis, which enables you to easily narrow down your focus to recurring somatic variants. You will see how the rich biological content from the Ingenuity Knowledge Base helps you identify drug sensitivity/resistance variants based on pharmacogenomic findings and then overlay relevant pathways and drug candidates. Please join us to learn how you can apply these innovative approaches in your own research.

Duration: 45 minutes followed by Q&A session.

Schedule:

Monday, August 25, 2014 at 1:00 PM Eastern    Status: Available Reserve

CLC Cancer Research Workbench for tumor analysis

Identifying and characterizing somatic variants in deep genome sequence data from tumor samples remains challenging and time-consuming. Of special interest in cancer research and diagnostics is the detection and annotation of low-frequency somatic variants, which are just a small proportion of cells in the primary tumor. Such variants can drive tumor spread and recurrence. This webinar will give you insights into how to identify low-frequency somatic variants from a tumor/normal matched sample pair using CLC Cancer Research Workbench.

Duration: 45 minutes followed by Q&A session.

Schedule:

Tuesday, August 26, 2014 at 9:30 AM Eastern    Status: Available Reserve

Note: Viewers will be asked to register before viewing the previously recorded webinars.