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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
    09
    RNAscope User Seminar - Leiden, NL
    Leiden University Medical Center (LUMC) Main Building, Albinusdreef, 2333 ZA Leiden, Netherlands, Room: C1-63 (C-wing of the hospital, 1st floor, kamer 63)
    RNAscope User Seminar - Leiden, NL
    Courtney Anderson, Ph.D
    Group Leader Applications, Advanced Cell Diagnotics, Inc.
    Outline:

    RNA in situ hybridization is a powerful technique for analyzing RNA expression at the single cell level within the morphological context, providing valuable spatial and cellular information missing from bulk tissue analysis.The next-generation RNA ISH technologies called RNAscope® and BaseScope™ allow single RNA molecule detection in routine clinical formalin-fixed paraffin-embedded (FFPE) tissue with single-base resolution. 

    Key features

    • Detection of a single RNA molecules. The RNAscope® probe design provides robustness against partial target RNA accessibility or degradation.
    • Signal amplification coupled with simultaneous background suppression strategy results in single-RNA-molecule detection even in partially degraded samples.
    • Provides cell-specific expression information in intact tissue architecture.
    • Works for virtually ANY gene from ANY species in ANY tissue.

    Examples of applications of RNAscope® and BaseScope™ assay will be discussed, including

    • Characterization of tumor, stromal, and immune cell states in tumor microenvironment
    • Revealing tumor intrinsic expression of immune checkpoint molecules
    • Characterization of alternative splicing
    • 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
    Dates and Registration:
    October
    09
    Register Now
  • Oct
    09
    RNAscope User Seminar Rotterdam
    Erasmus MC, Wytemaweg 80, 3015 CN, Rotterdam, Netherlands, Room: Ae-406
    RNAscope User Seminar Rotterdam
    Courtney Anderson, Ph.D
    Group Leader Applications, Advanced Cell Diagnotics, Inc.
    Outline:

    RNA in situ hybridization is a powerful technique for analyzing RNA expression at the single cell level within the morphological context, providing valuable spatial and cellular information missing from bulk tissue analysis.The next-generation RNA ISH technologies called RNAscope® and BaseScope™ allow single RNA molecule detection in routine clinical formalin-fixed paraffin-embedded (FFPE) tissue with single-base resolution. 

    Key features

    • Detection of a single RNA molecules. The RNAscope® probe design provides robustness against partial target RNA accessibility or degradation.
    • Signal amplification coupled with simultaneous background suppression strategy results in single-RNA-molecule detection even in partially degraded samples.
    • Provides cell-specific expression information in intact tissue architecture.
    • Works for virtually ANY gene from ANY species in ANY tissue.

    Examples of applications of RNAscope® and BaseScope™ assay will be discussed, including

    • Characterization of tumor, stromal, and immune cell states in tumor microenvironment
    • Revealing tumor intrinsic expression of immune checkpoint molecules
    • Characterization of alternative splicing
    • 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
    Dates and Registration:
    October
    09
    Register Now
  • Oct
    24
    The RNA Revolution - User Symposium
    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
    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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