Join Jeff Hickey, MicroGEM’s forensic expert and product specialist, to discover the advantages of temperature-driven, enzymatic sperm lysis including qPCR and STR data comparing the enzymatic chemistry to conventional sperm lysis methods. Available on-demand, Jeff discusses Y screening of sexual assault evidence, as well as differential extraction protocols.
Join us at Booth 7 to celebrate DNA Day together. Find out why temperature-controlled nucleic acid extractions are the answer when speed, sample size, yield, and simplified workflow are important.
International Society for Applied Biological Sciences (ISABS) Conference on Forensic and Anthropologic Genetics
James Landers, PhD, Professor of Chemistry at the University of Virginia and Director of Microfluidics at MicroGEM, will present a plenary lecture during the conference's opening ceremony on "Microfluidics: science, technology, and applications in forensics and medicine."
Join Jo Stanton, PhD, University of Otago, and David Saul, PhD, MicroGEM, for a lively webinar featuring their recent study demonstrating a side-by-side comparison of DNA prepared using a rapid, single-tube method for DNA extraction and a standard column method.
Join us for a chat at our virtual booth at BioTechniques online conference on advancing precision medicine. No need to leave your computer - just register at https://www.biotechniques.com/events/biotechniques-online-event-advancing-precision-medicine-2019/. Find key resources on RNA extractions as well as bacterial extractions for NGS.
Register to attend this must-see forensics webinar: Tuesday, Feb. 11 at 11:00 am EST
Join Jeff Hickey, MicroGEM’s forensic expert and product specialist, to discover the advantages of temperature-driven, enzymatic sperm lysis including qPCR and STR data comparing the enzymatic chemistry to conventional sperm lysis methods. Jeff will also discuss its use in Y screening of sexual assault evidence, as well as its use in differential extraction protocols.
Register to attend this webinar featuring Jo Stanton (University of Otago) and David Saul (CSO, MicroGEM) on Thursday, Feb. 13 at 3:00 pm EST.
Jo and David will discuss a novel DNA extraction approach using thermostable enzymes and a thermoresponsive cartridge used with the PDQeX to enable extractions without centrifugation or harsh solvents. They will share study results demonstrating the quality of sequencing-ready DNA extracted from bacteria and how this rapid approach compares to traditional chemical-based methods.
Register to attend this must-see webinar to simplify and improve your insect DNA extractions: April 1 at 7 am PDT | 10 am EDT | 4 pm CET
MicroGEM product specialist, Rob Thompson, will introduce a simple protocol for extracting DNA from insects using a single tube, without ionic detergents, magnetic beads or columns. He will use case studies featuring a range of insects including fruit flies, anopheles mosquitoes, and African whitefly, and will present qPCR data comparing enzymatic lysis with traditional spin-column methods.
Discover the latest research developments and emerging technologies at this no-travel conference, featuring the latest gene-editing applications as well as developments in single-cell work and molecular diagnostics. Visit the MicroGEM booth to learn about our single-tube, no-loss RNA and DNA extraction methods to support downstream sequencing and gene editing capabilities.
Join MicroGEM CEO, Jeff Chapman, for a glimpse at the future of genomic analysis and nucleic acid isolation. During this webinar and Q&A session, Jeff discusses advances made in RNA extraction and stabilization from rare samples to a single cell using a series of enzymes which efficiently lyse cells, clear interacting proteins and eliminate RNases while preserving the integrity of the extracted RNA.
This webinar is a featured event at Select Science's Virtual Summit on Cancer and Immunology Research being held May 11-13 online. Register to attend.
Registration information is coming soon! Save the date: Monday, June 29 at 7 am PDT | 10 am EDT | 4 pm CET
Christina Preston, research specialist at the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI), will discuss the Environmental Sample Processor (ESP), an unmanned robot loaded on an autonomous underwater vehicle to become the first-ever 'mobile ecogenomic sensor.' Christina will describe in-water sampling, handling, and analysis capabilities that are re-shaping monitoring and management strategies for a wide range of organisms and environmental settings. RNAGEM plays a role in providing real-time remote analysis of environmental conditions without the need for a traditional laboratory.