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Real-time, label-free cell monitoring: Overcoming the limitations of endpoint analysis

Real-time, label-free cell monitoring: Overcoming the limitations of endpoint analysis
Free Web Event
Availble on Demand


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Cell analysis using endpoint assays commonly relies on labels, reporters, or dyes, and can be limited to measuring cell response at a single time point. Additionally, this approach can present technological challenges and involve labor-intensive protocols when used to investigate dynamic cell responses. Impedance-based cell monitoring allows for label-free, non-invasive detection of cellular response in real time. This technology enables more comprehensive cell response profiles and physiologically relevant data to assess cell behavior for a broad range of applications.

Web Event Topics:

  • Learn about a wide range of research applications utilizing real-time label-free cell analysis.
  • Discuss the advantages of using a single, non-invasive assay to continuously monitor changes in cell morphology and adhesion in response to multiple signaling pathways
  • Hear about the application of real-time label-free technology to develop and optimize cellular assays as well as improve cell characterization

Sponsored by Roche

Moderator

Nathan Blow
Editor-in-Chief,
BioTechniques

Speakers

Rathnam Chaguturu
Director, High Throughput Screening Laboratory,
University of Kansas

Michel Bouvier
Deputy Director, Institute for Research in Immunology and Cancer
University of Montreal, Canada

Kurt Langenbach
Manager/Scientist, BioServices Division
ATCC

Free Web Event
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