Optimizing qPCR sensitivity and specificity
qPCR can be a powerful tool for analyzing gene expression. When researchers design their own primers without comprehensive knowledge of good primer design, qPCR results can be inadvertently influenced yielding unreliable and inconsistent data. Our webinar will cover guidelines used by our scientists in designing our quality GeneQuery qPCR primers arrays while highlighting our human endothelial cell biology array. An extended FAQ session for your questions and concerns will follow.
Maximize your cell culture: Technical tips for primary cells and cell analyses
For over a decade, ScienCell Research Laboratories hashelped researchers with their cell culture experiments by providing expert advice. Our webinar will discuss primary cell culture optimization techniques and why primary cells are necessary for validation of cell line studies and in vivo experiments. In addition, we will discuss how you can advance your primary cell research by using our gene expression profiling kits.
Technical Tips for Successful qPCR
qPCR array provides a quick, powerful and sensitive approach for gene expression profiling. Though powerful and widely-used, attaining reliable results from qPCR can be difficult. We hope that our tips for primer design, wet-lab operation, and data analysis help you to obtain the trustworthy data you require.
Discover the benefits of specialty media
Primary cells have unique nutritional requirements, so using a specialty media optimized for each primary cell type can have a dramatic impact on your culture. At ScienCell, we have developed over 70 different specialty media for primary cells. This webinar will discuss important characteristics of specialty media and demonstrate how choosing the right media can improve primary cell growth and morphology.
Modeling vascular tube formation in vitro using ScienCell’s 3D culturing kits.
Living cells exist in complex 3-dimensional, multicellular environments under native physiological conditions involving microenvironment-influenced polarization and signaling. Traditional 2-dimensional tissue culturing can lack the infrastructure required for assessing all of these parameters, and thus extrapolating data from 2D in vitro models to in vivo settings can be tricky. As a result, research is trending toward 3D in vitro cultures that offer more accurate in vitro models of cells in their native physiological environment. Join our webinar for an overview on various 3D in vitro culturing techniques and to learn about ScienCell’s new 3D in vitro culturing kits. In addition to providing helpful tips on how to use our 3D culturing kits, this webinar will highlight and detail the advantages and technical aspects of our Endothelial-Pericyte Coculturing Kit, which mimics endothelial-pericyte interaction during angiogenesis.