ABRF 2017, "A forum for advancing today’s core technologies to enable tomorrow’s innovations," will bring together international leaders in our core disciplines to provide a vision of what can be done, and insight toward making further progress as we work in the present. Visit us at our booth #601 and snag some great giveaways!
Join us for the 28th annual meeting of the German Society for Human Genetics. The GfH, founded in 1987, is the primary professional membership organization for human geneticists in Germany. With more than 1000 professional members, the GfH Society brings a diverse group of researchers together including academics, clinicians, laboratory practice professionals, genetic counselors and others involved in or with special interest in human genetics. We will be hosting a Technical Workshop entitled Getting the Most out of RNA-Seq by Douglas Amorese.
The great international interest in the previous qPCR dPCR & NGS Events from 2004 till 2015 with a constant audience of more than 500 participants from all over the world motivates repeating the success next year in April 2017.
Thank you for visiting us at PAG. If you missed our workshop, view the recordings of our PAG workshop in our Scientific Community section!
Stop by the poster session on Tuesday to meet two of our NGS experts and learn about advances in NGS library prep. Look for Doug Amorese at Poster #401 and Zulfiqar Gulzar at Poster #117! See below for details on the two posters we will be presenting.
This webinar will discuss a project that sought to understand the parent-of-origin epigenetic mechanisms that regulate seed development in plants, with a particular emphasis on differentiating the maternal or paternal origin of epigenetics marks. Parental-specific epigenetic marks are established in the gametes and maintained after fertilization, resulting in parental epigenetic asymmetry. Epigenetic asymmetry causes parent-of-origin-specific gene expression, a phenomenon termed genomic imprinting. Imprinted genes play an important role in animal and plant development. In plants, genomic imprinting occurs in the seed, particularly in the endosperm, an ephemeral tissue that supports embryo growth similarly to the nourishing role of the mammalian placenta. Scheduling conflict? You can still participate! All registrants will receive a link to view an on demand recording of the event. Missed our webinar? View it here! Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Global Engage is pleased to announce as part of their Plant Science series, the 5th Plant Genomics and Gene Editing Congress Europe, which will be held on 16-17 March 2017 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Joe Don Heath will be presenting a talk entitled Trait to Table: NSG Solutions for Targeted Genotyping and Transcriptomics on the 16th of March at 15:40. Come and visit us at our booth to learn more about recent advances in genotyping and RNA-Seq enabling agricultural research. Targeted genotyping Species specific RNA-Seq Highly sensitive Methyl-Seq