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However, most researchers and developers focus only on the magnetic beads or particles to optimize their separation process. The effectivity of the biomagnetic separation depending on the magnetic carrier is only half of the story.
To have the complete picture we also need to pay attention to the role of the applied magnetic field on the play. Not understanding or controlling the parameters linked to the magnetic separator will result in failure when developing new applications, and also in industrializing lab-scale developments.
The webinar will review the basic concepts of magnetic separation and help the attendees understand how advanced systems may enlight key aspects of the process. These concepts will be applied to parameterize, monitor and validate the magnetic beads behavior in controlled conditions. Afterwards, the discussion will focus on how to transfer the correctly characterized biomagnetic separation process from laboratory to production scale.
Finally, the webinar will address how to use this knowledge to assure the quality of the magnetic-carriers based products. Development of Chemiluminescent Immunoassays Based on Magnetic Beads Recorded: May 23 51 mins Anabel Lermo, PhD, Chemiluminescent immunoassays CLIAs offer one of the best solutions for the quantification of low concentrations of specific analytes from a complex mixture for in vitro diagnostic industry.
The assay format is similar to enzyme-linked immunoassays, usually based on heterogeneous assays where antibodies or antigens are immobilized on a solid phase but one of the components is conjugated with a chemiluminescent label. The benefits of CLIAs can be enhanced using magnetic beads as a solid platform which improves the separation of the un-bound reagents and reduces the interferences using a magnetic field.
The CLIA assays based on magnetic beads together with chemiluminescent tagging of immunoreagents are widely used in high throughput automated platforms obtaining an amplified signal and decreasing the matrix interferences. The complexity of these type of immunoassays rely on the optimization of several components and parameters. The critical points are highly related to the type of immunoassay format that best suits the desired specifications, magnetic beads selection and conjugation conditions for magnetic particles and chemiluminescent labelling parameters.
Routine, Special, and Advanced Staining for the IHC Laboratory Recorded: May 22 57 mins Debra Freeman Routine and special stains are usually selected to demonstrate a special structure, chemical or molecular characteristic of the tissue. If there still are questions, a pathologist will request more advanced staining. This workshop will look at the more commonly requested special stains, and we will review the methods, application and results of these stains.
We will also look at the complimentary IHC stains and how they compare. In addition to the ability to make precise double stranded DNA cuts virtually anywhere in the human genome, new variations of these tools show promise in the ability to activate or repress the expression of individual genes. However, safety concerns on possible irreversible structural and functional liver damage by cytotoxic TCR-T cells have limited the clinical usage of this immunotherapeutic approach.
Combining existing knowledge in the areas of antibody development and bead conjugation these reagents are suitable for the determination of proteins in patient samples. Their use can override the need for specific and expensive equipment necessary to perform these tests in the past. This talk will focus on the methods we could follow in the design of these reagents, the optimization of crucial factors in the development phase and the validation procedures to reach the expected analytical performance.
Have you wondered what current antibodies are being used to label liver carcinomas by IHC? Or are you curious what antibody grids are used in the differential diagnosis of primary liver carcinoma? In this presentation we will discuss the markers used in detecting liver carcinoma as well as other antibody grids that can be ran to aid in the identification of primary liver carcinoma.
The ability to accurately quantify all microRNAs miRNAs in a sample is not only important for understanding miRNA biology, but for the development of new biomarkers and therapeutic targets. This reduced bias also allows robust quantification of miRNAs present in samples across a wide range of RNA input levels. Inappropriate stains impact patient care, slow your lab down, and waste reagents, all of which cost your lab money, time, and peace of mind.
This workshop will cover common histology and immunohistochemistry protocols, paying close attention to how each step influences stain quality.
A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO HILIC PDF
However, most researchers and developers focus only on the magnetic beads or particles to optimize their separation process. The effectivity of the biomagnetic separation depending on the magnetic carrier is only half of the story. To have the complete picture we also need to pay attention to the role of the applied magnetic field on the play. Not understanding or controlling the parameters linked to the magnetic separator will result in failure when developing new applications, and also in industrializing lab-scale developments. The webinar will review the basic concepts of magnetic separation and help the attendees understand how advanced systems may enlight key aspects of the process.
Using Silica HPLC Columns in HILIC Mode: A Practical Guide
Supercritical CO2 Based Techn Technique Reversed-Phase Liquid Chromat Their ionic character, the similarity structures and the high polarity due to the presence of two or more amino and hydroxyl groups cause a difficulty in separation and make these compounds poorly practival on the reversed phase column. To see prices, Login or register your country here. On-Demand Webinar Available Now! Therefore, the comparison between the two separation methods shows that the response area of the majority of analytes tested increases when using the ion pair mode. Meet the Experts Webinar Series. Analytical Standards and Reagents.