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WEBINAR - Inject, quantify and observe at the single cell level with FluidFM
Dec 17, 2019 10:00 AM to Dec 17, 2019 11:00 AM
Understanding the response of cells to a compound is crucial for determining their potential uses and effects. However, most of the current methods are neither capable to know whether the samples are delivered inside a single cell, in which amount, nor how a specific concentration leads to a specific effect. With this webinar, we will give an insight into how FluidFM extends the current research possibilities through single cell nano-injection. You will learn about the advantages of true single cell experiments in key scientific areas such as gene editing (e.g. with CRISPR-Cas) or drug development.
The speakers will cover three unique methods:
- Nano-injection into single cells
- Injected volume measurement of these cells and
- Long-term single cell observation.
They will also show examples of how researchers can benefit from these methods for their own applications.
The webinar will include a live demo of the FluidFM BOT Bio Series, showing how easy it is to inject any solution into single cells in adherent culture, quantify the injected amount for each single cell and observe the cells’ reaction.
Cell and molecular biologists, pharmacologists, biochemists, scientists working with CRISPR.
Get to know FluidFM as a tool for single cell research.
Understand how FluidFM nano-injection works and how it empowers true single cell research.
Understand how to measure the volumes injected into single cells and which applications can benefit from it.
See first-hand how easily FluidFM experiments can be setup and conducted.
- 20' Introduction on FluidFM technology and nano-injection, observation and volume measurement.
- 20' Live demo: nano-injection of Lucifer Yellow and measurement of the injected volume.
- 20' Questions