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Learn how to visualize and quantify any gene, in any species, in any tissue down to the single-cell level with RNAscope® ISH. Request or register for a free seminar presented by RNascope® expert .

  • Apr
    27
    RNAscope® Technology Seminar - London, UK
    UCL - Institute of Neurology, Queen Square, London, Foyer Seminar Room
    RNAscope® Technology Seminar - London, UK
    Faraia Shah (MPhil, PhD)
    Sales Account Executive
    Outline:

    RNASCOPE® TECHNOLOGY 

    Thursday April 27, 2017

    12 - 1 pm

    Foyer Seminar Room, Ground Floor QSH



    University College of London--Institute of Neurology

    Queen Square, London, UK


     

    The RNAscope® technology is being routinely used for tissue-based gene expression analysis for neuroscience applications. In particular, the multiplexing capability for the simultaneous detection of multiple targets enables robust gene expression analysis and visualization of distinct cell populations within the nervous system. This technology, with its capacity to provide single-cell and single-RNA molecule sensitivity in the context of complex brain tissue, has advanced neuroscience research as seen in over 150 recent neuroscience publications.

     

    Faraia Shah will present an overview on:

    Visualizing gene expression and genetic variations in Neuroscience research using RNAscope® and BaseScope™ Assays

    • Detect mRNAs and lncRNAs at single molecule sensitivity by RNAscope® assay
    • Target specific splice junctions for aberrant alternative splicing in cancers by BaseScope™ assay
    • Characterize expression profiles of various neuroscience markers in brain tissue
    • Detection, characterization, and (co-)localization of mRNAs in the central and peripheral nervous system:
      • Co-expression with specific cell type markers
      • Sub-cellular localization of mRNA expression in cell body, axons or dendrites 
    • Distinguish specific homologues, paralogues, and orthologues by RNAscope® assay or BaseScope™ assay
    • Perform single cell analysis with morphological information in FFPE  or fresh frozen tissue
    • Pinpoint expression of novel RNAs of interest 

     

    Space is limited.  Cakes and buns will be provided so please register to claim a spot. 

    Dates and Registration:
    April
    27
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  • May
    18
    RNAscope® Technology Seminar - Columbus, OH
    Biomedical Research Tower, Room 105, Ohio State University
    RNAscope® Technology Seminar - Columbus, OH
    Stephanie Craig
    Current state-of-the-art tissue-based RNA analysis with RNAscope® Technology
    Outline:

    RNAscope® assay is a proprietary RNA in situ hybridization (ISH) assay based on ACD patented signal amplification and background suppression technology which advances RNA biomarker analysis in tissues and cells.

    Using RNAscope® assay you can:

    •    Detect single RNA molecule at single-cell resolution in a single-day
    •    Asses splice variants, highly homologous sequences, lncRNA, and targets lacking IHC antibodies
    •    Analyze tumor heterogeneity using Dual ISH-IHC and Multiplex assays
    •    Quantify your mRNA and lncRNA expression analysis in tissue.

    This enables researchers to visualize genes that are expressed, localize where they are expressed in any complex tissue from any species. The RNAscope® technology is proven and published in over 700 publications in various research areas such as neuroscience, immuno-oncology, infectious disease and stem cell. This technology is commonly used for dual ISH-IHC analysis, RNA-Seq validation, single-cell analysis, and recently introduce BaseScope™ assay makes detection of exon junctions and highly homologous targets also possible.

    Join this seminar to learn how RNAscope® Technology has been used in different research areas. Refreshments provided by STTS-SR

    Dates and Registration:
  • May
    22
    The RNA Revolution Symposium - San Diego, USA
    The Alexandria at Torrey Pines
    Outline:

    We are pleased to invite you to join our third User Symposium in Cambridge. The aim of this event is to promote and facilitate scientific discussions and exchanges among existing and future RNAscope® users from various institutions who want single-molecule, single-cell detection of target expression in tissue.

    This user symposium will feature presentations by scientists who have successfully applied RNAscope® technology in their research. Our invited speakers will show how this next generation RNA ISH enables and accelerates their research in the fields of cancer, gene therapy and neuroscience. They will present their scientific challenges and results, and will describe how they set up RNAscope® and BaseScope™ assays and established them as a core assay in their labs. A technical presentation will close the session, addressing questions regarding how to produce quality results, optimize workflow and sample preparation as well as providing tips and tricks to perform RNAscope® assay successfully in your lab.  

    Join us for this event and learn how RNAscope® technology, published in more than 700 publications and used in 2 clinical trials, can provide a unique perspective in target expression analysis and help in overcome your scientific challenges.

     

    Dates and Registration:
  • Jun
    02
    RNAscope® Technology Seminar - Oxford, UK
    MRC Weatherall Institute of Molecular Medicine (WIMM), University of Oxford, John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford, UK
    RNAscope® Technology Seminar - Oxford, UK
    Matthew Nolan
    D.Phil candidate in clinical neuroscience at the University of Oxford
    Faraia Shah (MPhil, PhD)
    Sales Account Executive, Advanced Cell Diagnostics
    Outline:

    RNASCOPE® TECHNOLOGY 

    June 2, 2017

    12 - 1 pm

    MRC Weatherall Institute of Molecular Medicine (WIMM)

    University of Oxford

    John Radcliffe Hospital

    Oxford, UK


     

    The RNAscope® technology is being routinely used for tissue-based gene expression analysis for target validation, pathobiology and biomarker development in every disease area. This technology, with its capacity to provide single-cell and single-RNA molecule sensitivity in the context of complex tissue microenvironments, is an ideal tool to complement technologies like IHC, qPCR or NGS.

     

    Matthew Nolan will present on the RNAscope® application in Neuroscience In-situ expression of post-mitotic transcription factors associated with projection neuron diversity in the adult post-mortem brain
     

     

    In addition Farai Shah will give an overview on:

    Visualizing gene expression and genetic variations in tissue environments of Neuroscience and Cancer related research by RNAscope® and BaseScope™

    • Detect mRNAs and lncRNAs at single molecule sensitivity by RNAscope® assay
    • Target specific splice junctions for aberrant alternative splicing in cancers by BaseScope™ assay
    • Characterize expression profiles of various checkpoint markers and therapeutic targets in the tumor microenvironment (TME)
    • Detection, characterization, and (co-)localization of mRNAs in the central and peripheral nervous system:
      • Co-expression with specific cell type markers
      • Sub-cellular localization of mRNA expression in cell body, axons or dendrites 
    • Distinguish specific homologues, paralogues, and orthologues by RNAscope® assay or BaseScope™ assay
    • Perform single cell analysis with morphological information in FFPE or frozen tissue
    • Pinpoint expression of novel RNAs of interest 
    Dates and Registration:
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