Seminar: Simultaneous “multi-omic” measurement of gene fusions, mRNA, & proteins at 800-plex using single-molecule optical barcodes

Please joins us for the seminar:

Simultaneous “multi-omic” measurement of gene fusions, mRNA, & proteins at 800-plex using single-molecule optical barcodes.

Thursday, December 1st:  2pm to 3 pm Genome Center Auditorium (GBSF, #1005)
Refreshments provided. Please RSVP using this link.

ABSTRACT
The ability to measure changes to DNA, RNA, and protein is crucial to developing a comprehensive understanding of biology in the genomics era. NanoString Technologies has developed the nCounter® Analysis System for use in high-resolution, multi-parameter analysis of biomolecules–the ability to measure any combination of DNA, RNA, and protein simultaneously using a single detector from a sample of limited volume and concentration.

SPEAKER
Cheryl Tan, PhD, Field Application Scientist, NanoString Technologies

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