Webinar 2: Turning Flow Cytometry Upside Down and Inside Out:

Cellular Function Revealed

May 1st, 2018

4pm GMT / 5pm CET

Christine Goetz, Ph.D. and Chris Hammerbeck, Ph.D.

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Webinar 1: Relax and Go with the Flow

CAR-T Cell


Learn about:

CAR Domains & Generations

CAR-T Cells Manufacturing

Mechanism of Tumor Killing

Key Targets & Advances

CRISPR-Cas9 in Next-Gen CARs

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CAR-T Cell

Foundations of


Advancing Basic Science & Translational Research

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Immuno-Oncology eBook

Secondary Antibodies & Isotype Controls Reviews

Valid Now - 6/30/2018




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Secondary Antibodies & Isotype Controls Reviews - double points

“This is always one of the most competitive categories in the awards, but

we’ve never seen one company get quite so many nominations as Bio-Techne did this year.

Clearly the company has a very loyal customer base, earned through providing excellent products.

Congratulations to Bio-Techne!” - Dr Andrew Chalmers, Founder of CiteAb

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2018 CiteAb Researchers’ choice Bio-Techne

Cleaner, Crisper Staining

Is Easier Than You Think

Vector® Mouse on Mouse (M.O.M.)

Immunodetection Kits

(Available within the U.S. only)

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Vector Immunodetection Kits

Scientific Resources

Autophagy Handbook

Refresh and expand your autophagy knowledge.

ICC Handbook

Learn about multicolor ICC/IF’s conceptual basics, protocols and troubleshooting.

IHC Handbook

Learn the basics of IHC follow standard protocols plus troubleshoot technical issues.

Andrew Leidal
Postdoc Interviews: Andrew Leidal, PhD
Andrew Leidal studies autophagy and its cross-talk with fundamental cellular functions including glycolytic flux and exosome loading. Learn about his path in science and the value of strong mentoring relationships.

direct vs indirect
Understanding direct vs. indirect detection
Learn the benefits and drawbacks of direct and indirect detection to help you make the right choice for your experiment.

Using blocking peptides
Using blocking peptides to assess antibody specificity.
Read more about blocking peptides and how you can use them as a method to assess antibody specificity.

By Jamshed Arslan Pharm.D.

Microglia are brain's macrophages. In Alzheimer's disease (AD), microglia clear up protein aggregates called amyloid beta plaques. The connection between immune activation and AD is unclear, but a major sensor for danger-signals, called...

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By Christina Towers, PhD.

Cells use the complex process of autophagy to degrade and recycle cytoplasmic material.  There are over 20 proteins that have been implicated in this process and appropriately named core autophagy genes (...

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