Advance your research
Join us in Chicago
for Neuroscience 2019
October 19 - 23 | Booth #1063

Register now for our exclusive Satellite Symposium

October 21, 6:30–8:30pm
Hyatt Regency McCormick Place
Grant Park C/D (1F)

 

Seeing is believing: Spatially map gene expression in tissue at the single-cell level using the RNAscope™ in situ hybridization technology.

Join us to Learn about the Latest Innovation in Spatial Genomics


ACD invites neuroscience professionals, early-stage and experienced scientists to network, share, exchange information and inspire each other with ideas while learning about the RNAscope™ in situ hybridization technology from high caliber scientific discussions and the symposium speaker presentations.

Come meet guest speakers and discuss your research with the ACD scientists.
Event will be followed by a networking reception with appetizers and wine.
Attendance is free but space is limited. 
 

Featured Speakers:

Larissa Erben, Ph.D.
Post-Doctoral Fellow
National Institutes of Health (NIH)
Bethesda, Maryland

Presentation title: Expression of ErbB4 splice variants in the CNS

 

Elisa Floriddia, Ph.D. 
Research Fellow 
Karolinska Institutet
Stockholm, Sweden

Presentation title: Specific oligodendrocyte populations have differential spatial distribution and susceptibility to injury

 

Thuc Nguyen, M.S.
Principal Research Associate
Allen Institute/Brain Science 
Seattle, Washington

Presentation title:  Let’s go FISHing: Locating cell types in the brain with RNAscope™ HiPlex Assays

 

Location: Hyatt Regency McCormick Place

Room: Grant Park C/D, First Floor

Date: Monday, October 21, 2019

Time: 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

No registration fee. 

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What is missing from
your biomarker analysis?

RNAscope™ in situ hybridization technology delivers unrivaled single-molecule sensitivity and specificity. With multiplexing capability for simultaneous detection of multiple markers, you can achieve exquisite characterization of cell populations and even alternative splice variants within the nervous system. Same-day results and automated assays mean you can get the data you seek quickly, easily, and all backed by our performance guarantee.
  • Detection, characterization, and (co-) localization of mRNAs in the nervous system including cell type-specific and subcellular target localization
  • Detection of long non-coding RNAs (lncRNAs) in the CNS and PNS
  • Validation of target mRNA expression after high-throughput gene expression analysis
  • Validation of (cell type-specific) genetic modifications
  • Detection of mRNA in the nervous system when limited antibodies are available
  • Visualization of neuronal network activity and plasticity

Check out all RNAscope™ related poster sessions

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