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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.

  • Oct
    24
    The RNA Revolution Symposium - New York
    New York
    Outline:

    We are very pleased to invite you to our upcoming RNAscope® User Symposium. The aim of this event is to promote and facilitate scientific discussions and exchanges among existing and future users from various institutions who want single-molecule sensitive detection of target expression in intact disease and normal tissue. This meeting presents a unique opportunity to share experiences, learn how RNAscope® can help in overcome scientific challenges and engage in discussions.


    Our invited speakers will show in their presentations how this next generation ISH enables and accelerates their research in the fields of Cancer, Neuroscience and other disease research. They will present their scientific challenges and results, and will describe how they set up RNAscope® and established it 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. 

    Attendance is free, but places are limited, so please register.

    Dates and Registration:
    October
    24
    Register Now
  • Oct
    24
    RNAscope® Technology Seminar - Irvine
    Bren Events Center, Stewart Room
    RNAscope® Technology Seminar - Irvine
    Daniel Kim, Advanced Cell Diagnostics
    Current State-of-the-Art Tissue-Based RNA Analysis with RNAscope® Technology
    Outline:

    Seminar at UC Irvine Bren Events Center

    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

    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 900 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.

    http://rna.acdbio.com/UCI_Seminar

    Dates and Registration:
    October
    24
    Register Now
  • Oct
    24
    RNAscope® Seminar - Duke University
    Genome Sciences Research Building 1, Room 4002 905 S. Lasalle St., Durham
    RNAscope® Seminar - Duke University
    Alexander Chamessian, School of Medicine, Duke University
    Visualizing Lrit1 and Lrit3 in the mouse retina using RNAScope® in situ hybridization.
    Jordan Brown, Advanced Cell Diagnostics, Inc.
    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

    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 900 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 introduced BaseScope™ assay makes detection of exon junctions and highly homologous targets also possible.

    Presentations:

    • Visualizing Lrit1 and Lrit3 in the mouse retina using RNAScope® in situ hybridization.
      Alexander Chamessian, School of Medicine, Duke University
       
    • Current state-of-the-art tissue-based RNA analysis with RNAscope® Technology 
      Jordan Brown, Advanced Cell Diagnostics, Inc.

    Join this seminar to learn how RNAscope® Technology has been used in different research areas.

    Dates and Registration:
    October
    24
    Register Now
  • Oct
    26
    RNAscope® Technology Seminar - Los Angeles
    RNAscope® Technology Seminar - Los Angeles
    Daniel Kim, Advanced Cell Diagnostics
    Current State-of-the-Art Tissue-Based RNA Analysis with RNAscope® Technology
    Outline:

    Seminar at UCLA Ackerman Union, Grand Ballroom

    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

    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 900 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.

    http://rna.acdbio.com/UCLA_Seminar

    Dates and Registration:
    October
    26
    Register Now
  • Oct
    31
    RNAscope® Neuroscience Symposium
    Central Hall Westminster, Storey’s Gate, London - Room: William Sangster
    RNAscope® Neuroscience Symposium
    Jenna Gregory, PhD
    Probing the Spatial Transcriptome of Motor Neurone Disease
    Aikaterini Papadopoulou, PhD
    RNAscope in Huntignton’s Disease; a new tool to localise huntingtin transcripts in disease models
    Reena Lasrado, PhD
    Understanding the development of lineages in the Enteric Nervous System.
    Philip Griffiths, PhD
    RNAscope to detect gene expression of a GPCR and it's ligands in the rodent brain.
    Lorenza Magno, PhD
    RNAscope to investigate expression of markers in the brain and identify new drug targets
    Sean Griffiths, PhD
    RNAscope® Assay Data Analysis & Quantification
    Morgane Rouault, PhD
    Steps for success with the RNAscope assay: assay set up, troubleshooting and results analysis
    Outline:

    We are very pleased to invite you to our upcoming RNAscope® User Meeting. The aim of this event is to promote and facilitate scientific discussions and exchanges among existing and future users from various institutions who want single-molecule sensitive detection of target expression in intact disease and normal tissue in the field of Neuroscience. This meeting presents a unique opportunity to share experiences, learn how RNAscope® can help in overcome scientific challenges and engage in discussions.

    Our invited speakers will show in their presentations how this next generation ISH enables and accelerates their research in the field of Neuroscience research. They will present their scientific challenges and results, and will describe how they set up RNAscope® and established it as a core assay in their labs.

    During the lunch break and the “come together” at the end we would like to get your feedback, answer special questions, discuss potential use of RNAscope® in your lab and encourage networking with your colleagues and peers. Specialists from technical support, applications and sales will be present.

    Attendance is free, but places are limited, so please register.

    Dates and Registration:
    October
    31
    Register Now
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