Discover how fast nucleic acid extraction can improve the
efficiency of genotyping workflows

Presented Live on November 18, 2021



Join Kalpana Surendranath, PhD, Senior Lecturer and Leader of the Genome Engineering Lab at the University of Westminster, to discover the next generation of sample preparation. While innovations in CRISPR-Cas have the potential to benefit everyone and help save lives, there is considerable demand to reduce resources required for the workflow, including reducing the time and expense to extract and purify nucleic acids. Dr. Surendranath and her team have successfully applied MicroGEM’s enzymatic extraction methods to establish a robust genome editing screen for cultured cell lines which reduced the workload drastically.

This 30-minute talk is followed by a Q&A session co-hosted by Giuseppina Sannino, PhD, MicroGEM's Regional Innovation and Business Manager EMEA.

Learn about:
– a basic workflow of human genome engineering using the rapidly evolving CRISPR/Cas9 methodology
– sustainable ways of innovating human genome engineering workflow to support laboratory best practices
– an enzymatic approach to nucleic acid extraction that is simple and fast, with optimal recovery and easy automation advantages.