ACD Seminar Series
University of Louisville
August 9, 2017
Clinical and Translational Research Building
12:00 pm– 1:30 pm



August 9, 2017

12:00–1:30 pm

University of Louisville

Room 101 | Clinical and Translational Research Building
505 S. Hancock St., Louisville, KY 40202

RNAscope® technology is routinely used for tissue-based gene expression analysis in various areas of research such as neuroscience, cancer, infectious disease, stem cell, and in studies involving dual ISH-IHC, long non-coding RNA analysis, single-cell analysis and RNA-seq validation studies. 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.

With our recent advances in RNAscope® technology, you can now detect any mRNA, short RNA targets and exon junctions. In this seminar we will discuss how RNA ISH has been successfully applied to various areas of research and will highlight the benefits of RNAscope® technology.

We would also like to extend this invitation to your colleagues and other scientists in your organization who are using molecular methods for gene expression analysis and are interested in new RNA technologies.



Visualizing Lrit1 and Lrit3 in the mouse retina using RNAScope® in situ hybridization.
Catherine Cobb, Dept. of Biochemistry & Molecular Genetics, University of Louisville

Current state-of-the-art tissue-based RNA analysis with RNAscope® Technology
Jordan Brown, Advanced Cell Diagnostics, Inc.


For more information, please contact:

Jordan Brown