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RNASCOPE® & BASESCOPE TECHNOLOGY
IN CANCER RESEARCH
Monday May 22, 2017
11:30 to 12:30
Seminar Room | Old Campus Research Building | Roosevelt Drive
Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research, Oxford University
The RNAscope® technology is being routinely used for tissue-based gene expression analysis for cancer research applications. In particular, the ultra-high sensitivity and specificity enables researchers to examine tumor heterogeneity within the tumor and in the tumor micro-environment. This technology, with its capacity to provide single-cell and single-RNA molecule sensitivity in the context of the tumor, has advanced cancer research and has been applied in over 800 publications.
Faraia Shah will present an overview on:
Visualizing gene expression and genetic variations in cancer research using RNAscope® and BaseScope™ Assays
- Detect mRNAs and lncRNAs at single molecule sensitivity by RNAscope® assay
- Target specific splice junctions for aberrant alternative splicing in cancers by BaseScope™ assay
- Characterize expression profiles of various cancer markers in tumors and micro-environment
- Case studies with PDL1, EGFR and other cancer markers will be discussed.
Faraia Shah MPhil, PhD
Sales Account Executive
Advanced Cell Diagnostics
Marcus Green, PhD
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