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Mouse Imaging on the Azure Sapphire Biomolecular Imager

Presented by Dr. Andreas Schrötter, Scientific Sales Manager:
Multiple imaging modalities give you the freedom to do more. If you’re one of the many scientists that combines biochemical techniques such as gels and Western blots with the visualization of mouse tissue or mouse morphology, it’s time to rethink how much you really need to use a microscope. With resolution down to 10μm, The Sapphire™ Biomolecular Imager enables imaging above the subcellular level and the large scanning bed translates into a ultra-wide field of view compared to a microscope. In this webinar we present the next generation of laser-based imaging with mouse samples like brain, lung, liver and so much more!

 

Starting with Fluorescent Western Blotting

Starting with Fluorescent Western Blotting

Presented by Jan Wolfram, Director, European Sales:
What should you consider when starting with a fluorescent Western blotting method? What are differences from the traditional HRP based essays? Is it more quantifiable? Are there any beginners’ mistakes to avoid with the first run? How to make a fluorescent blot a success? These questions will be answered by this introductory webinar from Azure Biosystems.

 

Western Blot Normalization

Western Blot Normalization

Presented by Justin Menko, Technical Product Specialist:
The use of housekeeping proteins (HKPs) for the normalization of western blot data is the historical norm. With that said, numerous peer reviewed journals and the NIH have started suggesting that researchers transition to using a total protein normalization methodology. This suggestion is based on a few key variables which this webinar addresses. For those not familiar with total protein normalization or wondering if it’s time to transition away from HKPs, this webinar is for you.

 

Western Blot Troubleshooting

Western Blot Troubleshooting

Presented by Joy DeTorres, Application Scientist:
Troubleshoot common issues with Western blotting and blot imaging to produce clean blots and more quantitative images.

 

Plant Imaging on the Azure Sapphire Biomolecular Imager

Plant Imaging on the Azure Sapphire Biomolecular Imager

Presented by Dr. Andreas Schrötter, Scientific Sales Manager:
Think about it—one instrument, one easy and flexible data acquisition for plant samples. If you’re one of the many scientists that combines biochemical techniques such as gels and Western blots with the visualization of plant samples, it’s time to think about a large field of view scanner. With resolution down to 10μm, The Sapphire™ Biomolecular Imager enables imaging above the subcellular level and the large scanning bed translates into a ultra-wide field of view to allow you to see your plant specimen in full size. In this webinar we present the next generation of laser-based imaging with plant samples like Arabidopsis thaliana roots and seedlings, plant stem cuts, various full size pant leafs and so much more!