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Webinar: Webinar: From Wells to Westerns: Investigating Cellular Pathways on a Single Platform

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Webinar: From Wells to Westerns: Investigating Cellular Pathways on a Single Platform
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In this webinar we show how the SpectraMax® i3 Multi-Mode Detection Platform provides an all-in-one solution to investigate cellular pathways using image analysis, plate reader assays, and western blotting.

Live Air Date: Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Biological research often requires a diverse set of discovery tools involving multiple detection platforms to meet the needs of cell and protein analysis. We show how the SpectraMax® i3 Multi-Mode Detection Platform provides an all-in-one solution to investigate cellular pathways using image analysis, plate reader assays, and western blotting.

As an attendee, you will learn more about:

  • Methods for monitoring apoptosis and cell viability with fluorescent cellular imaging
  • Advantages of StainFree™ Cell Detection Technology for evaluating cellular responses
  • Benefits of ScanLater™ Western Blot Detection System for analyzing protein induction

Speaker

Dr. Cathy Olsen has been an application scientist at Molecular Devices since 2004, where she is responsible for developing a broad range of applications for microplate-based detection systems, included cell-based, biochemical, and imaging applications. Cathy received her PhD in cell and developmental biology from the University of California, Davis. Her thesis work on the role of forkhead genes in ascidian development was published in several key developmental biology journals. Cathy’s postdoctoral research focused on how transformation affects normal growth processes of human mammary epithelial cells as well as the role of Hedgehog interacting protein (HIP) in Hedgehog pathway cell signaling.

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