Molecular Probes imaging workshops
Learn new fluorescence microscopy labelling & detection techniques with the experts
Life Technologies offers a new workshop series highlighting the latest Molecular Probes® technologies for fluorescent interrogation of cells via microscopy. This workshop series will provide both hands-on and lecture format training for scientists interested in the study of live cell structure/ function, health, and immunocytochemistry. Experts in labelling and detection from the Molecular Probes® research and development department will share their knowledge of specific probes and techniques for use in fluorescence microscopy.
Who should attend? Anyone interested in hands-on training of convenient and easy to use solutions for the study of live or fixed cells via fluorescence microscopy—these courses are intended for those new to labelling cells or for researchers who just need a little help to improve techniques.
Upcoming 2013 Workshops
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* Visualizing Live Cells Workshop 1
interrogate live cells with fluorescent dye constructs targeted to specific subcellular structures and compare to cells expressing fluorescent proteins to the same organelles. Learn techniques for time-lapse live cell imaging.
* Evaluating Cellular Health Workshop 2
provides a variety of solutions for those interested in studying the effects of oxidative stress, autophagy, and cell death mechanisms with fluorescence microscopy. Compare a variety of techniques for evaluating cellular health.
* Immuno-cytochemistry Labelling Strategies Workshop 3
compare amplification strategies for primary antibody detection and receive tips for increasing signal-to-noise, and tricks for increasing signal-retention for the immune-cytochemistry workflow.
* Workshop registration: includes lunch, all materials needed for the laboratory sessions as well as a copy of all lecture slides, protocols, and many additional resources. Travel, accommodation and other incidental expenses relating to the workshop are the responsibility of the attendee.
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Kary L. Oakleaf, Microscopy Facilities Manager, Research and Development for Cellular Imaging and Analysis, Life Technologies/Molecular Probes® Labelling and Detection, Eugene, Oregon, USA
Michael S. Janes, M.S., Senior Manager, Research and Development for Cellular Imaging and Analysis, Life Technologies/Molecular Probes® Labelling and Detection, Eugene, Oregon, USA
Important note: Courses are limited to only 10 attendees, due to the hands-on nature.