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This webinar discusses the advantages of manufacturing our GMP-grade HumanKine cytokines and growth factors using HEK293 cells.
A new series of webinars from the technical team at Proteintech aims to take you through each protocol step-by-step and address common troubleshooting queries for the most popular antibody techniques: Western Blot, Immunohistochemistry and Immunofluorescence.
This series is ideal for those who have been absent from the lab and want to ‘blow away the cobwebs’, but also to anyone looking to expand their knowledge in these areas.
The short 20-30 min sessions will help you return to the bench with confidence and achieving reproducible, reliable results. Don't delay! Attendance is limited and places are allocated on a first come, first served basis.
Get some technical tips and brush up on your knowledge with our 30-minute webinar on immunofluorescence. This webinar covers:
High background, multiple bands, or no signal at all. It has probably been a minute since you had to deal with these issues. In this 20 min refresher course, Dr. William Olds, Scientific Officer, outlines how to banish background, understand more about PTMs and glycosylation, and increase signal to noise ratio for your Western blots.
Brush up on your immunohistochemistry (IHC) knowledge and gain some technical tips with our 30-minute webinar. This webinar covers:
COVID19 is a brand new disease and the biomedical community desperately needs more tools to understand it. In this webinar, Dr. William Olds, Scientific Officer, discusses newly developed antibodies, cytokines, and ELISA kits to empower scientists to discover the Achilles’ heel of this disease.
|Dr. William Olds|
|Proteintech Scientific Officer|
Dr. William Olds received a PhD in genetics from the University of Yale, United States and an BS in cellular and molecular biology from the University of Michigan, United States. Will's research investigated the pathogenesis of obesity and involved pioneering a new area of research in the laboratory; the neuroscience of feeding and satiety in fruit flies.
Will joined Proteintech as Scientific Officer in 2015.
|Dr. Rebecca Northeast|
|Proteintech Technical Specialist|
Dr. Rebecca Northeast obtained a PhD in neuroscience from the University of Manchester following an MSc in Immunology and BSc in Pharmacology. She then went on to complete a Postdoctoral Research Associate position focusing on metabolism and physiology. Rebecca’s research and publications focused on the circadian regulation of homeostatic brain areas involved in feeding and drinking, the highlight of which was discovering a novel mechanism describing how local circadian clocks regulate the blood brain barrier. She also specialised in sleep and feeding behaviours following a research placement at the University of Oxford.
Rebecca recently joined Proteintech as the Technical Specialist for Europe in 2020