Oct 06, 2011
from 02:30 PM to 03:30 PM
|Where||1131 Bioinformatics Bldg.|
|Contact Name||Peter Bent|
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The LightCycler 480 instrument is designed for the High Throughput analysis for gene expression studies and also for a variety of genotyping applications. To move this technology even further the instrument can be used for protein melting. This talk will cover the major applications that can be performed on an high throughput basis and also high light the RealTime Ready focus/custom panels – bringing chemistry (Universal Probes) of the reactions to the high throughput platform providing a seamless transition. All these accompanied by the separating unique qualities of the instrument make the high throughput a reality in the current molecular biology research scenario.
Dr. Rama Badugu is a field applications specialist for Roche Applied Sciences. Rama earned his Ph.D in Life Sciences from University of Hyderabad in India, with a focus on protein/enzymatic biochemistry and separation technologies. In his extensive post-doctoral training at University of Kentucky, Rama worked on Heterochromatin Biology in Drosophila Melanogaster, using classical genetics and modern molecular biology research tools, before moving to Roche.
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