Poster Hall 2011
Investigation into the influence of the P13Ka (H1047R) mutation on the bioenergetic dependency of a cell
During tumorigenesis, cells acquire mutations that confer selective advantages for growth. These mutations may reprogram cellular metabolism to meet the requirements of rapid proliferation and survival in an environment of fluctuating and scarce nutrients.
Multiplexed Microsphere-Based Diagnostic Assay for Simultaneous Detection of Avian Influenza, Mycoplasma gallisepticum, and Mycoplasma synoviae Infection
Detection of emerging or acute infections of Avian Influenza (AI), Mycoplasma synoviae (MS), and Mycoplasma gallisepticum (MG) is critical to prevent dramatic loss to the flock, dictate appropriate treatment measures, and limit disease spread. Commercial producers monitor flocks regularly for AI, MS, or MG infection, typically by ELISA or gold standard methods.
Protein Tyrosine Kinases (PTKs) play important roles in modulating a wide variety of cellular events, including differentiation, proliferation, metabolism and apoptosis. Those regulations are mediated by a series of signal cascades that involve phosphorylation of tyrosine residues in target proteins.
Abstract: Transient transfection in mammalian cell lines provides an avenue for researchers to bridge the development bottleneck and shorten the time to usable protein. The method also maintains post translational modifications crucial for biotherapeutic function.
Plasmid DNA Purification
Advances in cloning techniques have greatly increased the number of samples requiring small-scale plasmid preparation, or mini preps. The large scale purification schemes of the past have given way to the development of small scale, massively parallel purifications requiring semi-automated or fully-automated handling.
Advances in Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS) have increased both the throughput and capacity of sequencing platforms, calling for increased efficiency in sample preparation and the ability to work with small and precious samples. NuGEN’s portfolio of NGS products meets this challenge by enabling simple, rapid and affordable sample preparation workflows for key applications on leading NGS platforms.
Detection of Prostate Cancer BioMarkers by Expression Microarray Analysis of TransPlex® WTA2 Amplified FFPE Tissue RNA
The Transplex® Complete Whole Transcriptome Amplification (WTA2) Kit has been enhanced to effectively amplify damaged RNA and low input amounts of RNA.Total RNA samples isolated from matched FFPE(formalin-fixedparaffin-embedded) and frozen prostate tissues (malignant and normal) were amplified with the Transplex® Complete WTA2 Kit and analyzed on Agilent Whole Genome expression microarrays. A call rate of >65% was observed for combined FFPE and frozen expression differentials (Malignant/Normal), with >90% commonality between the FFPE and frozen datasets.
The efficacy of amplification of small quantities of total RNA with the Transplex® Complete Whole Transcriptome Amplification Kit (WTA2) was examined in this study. Total RNA extracted from decreasing numbers of FACS-isolated bone marrow stem cells(10-,100-,and1000-cell samples) was amplified with the Transplex® Complete WTA2 Kit.
Introduction: Array Tape is a continuous, flexible polymer serially embossed with reaction wells in customized volumes and formats. The Array Tape Platform includes modular liquid handling (Nexar), detection (Araya) and thermocycling (Soellex) instruments that increase throughput, flexibility and cost savings compared to microplate-based technologies.