Cell Structure Techniques Covered by Molecular Probes® Scientists

Fluorescent probes enable researchers to detect particular components of complex biomolecular assemblies with exquisite sensitivity and selectivity. In the Molecular Probes® cell structure webinars module we will explore the probes used to investigate any given parameter and discuss the most important parameters to measure. To help ensure your experiments are successful, we will also provide tips and tricks from our R&D and technical support scientists.

Recorded Molecular Probes® Cell Structure Webinars

Introduction to Basic Cytoskeleton Labeling & Detection
This webinar provides an overview of the structures that comprise the cytoskeleton, as well as important experimental parameters. The session also offers a comprehensive guide to available labeling and detection technologies for cytoskeletal research, along with tips and tricks on how to best implement those technologies. Featured tools include fluorescent dyes for live-cell imaging, primary and secondary antibodies, and the BacMam gene delivery platform.

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The Meaning of Life at the Cellular Level: Visualizing Membrane Trafficking
Membrane trafficking underlies the acquisition and release of cellular material as well as the transport of macromolecules from the site of cellular synthesis to their functional location. Life Technologies offers a number of solutions for researchers using fluorescent probes to study key components of the endocytotic and secretory pathway. This webinar will:

  • Provide an overview of the processes involved in membrane trafficking, along with strategies to investigate them using fluorescence microscopy
  • Offer a comprehensive guide to available labeling and detection technologies for membrane trafficking research
  • Provide tips and tricks on how to best implement those technologies

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