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An Evening with Dr. Nortin Hadler
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An Evening with Dr. Nortin Handler
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Automated High-Throughput qPCR Solutions
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.
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Biology Seminar: David Morgan Ph.D - UCSF (4pm, Coker 201)
Dr. David Morgan from UCSF will present "Flipping the Anaphase Switch" at 4pm in Coker 201.
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Facts about NC TraCS Pilot Grant Program
NC TraCS Institute offers monthly educational sessions to provide general information about the NC TraCS Institute, and more specifically about the NC TraCS Pilot Grant Program. If you are planning to apply for an NC TraCS pilot grant, we highly recommend you attend one of these sessions. Please RSVP to Paul Kerr at paulkerr@med.unc.edu if you plan to attend.
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Medical adviser to TV’s ‘House’to speak at UNC on Oct. 7
Monday, October 5, 2009 — Dr. Lisa Sanders will read from and discuss her new book “Every Patient Tells a Story: Medical Mysteries and the Art of Diagnosis,” on Wednesday, Oct. 7, at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Located in News / 2009 / October
The Structural Bioinformatics Core and Protein Sequences, Structure and Dynamic Motion
Presented by: Brenda Temple, PhD Protein function is inherently derived from the structure of the protein, which in turn is determined by the protein sequence. The R. L. Juliano Structural Bioinformatics Core, a component of the Center for Structural Biology, is a unique resource providing researchers access to a variety of computational tools running the span from sequence through structural analyses, including analyses of the dynamic motion undergone by proteins in solution. The core facility is designed to meet the variety of needs within the research community by providing the computers, software packages, and training that can help individual researchers incorporate structural biology into their research efforts.
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UNC’s Carey to deliver December commencement address
Thursday, September 24, 2009 — Dr. Lisa Carey, associate professor of medicine and UNC Breast Center medical director, will deliver the December commencement address at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chancellor Holden Thorp has announced.
Located in News / 2009 / September
What is Translational Research, (and How Can I Get Involved?)
The NC TraCS Institute, Wake AHEC, and Greensboro AHEC, proudly co-sponsor a series of FREE workshops on research topics. The next workshop in the series is "What is Translational Research, (and How Can I Get Involved?)"
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What is Translational Research, (and How Can I Get Involved?)
The NC TraCS Institute, Wake AHEC, and Greensboro AHEC, proudly co-sponsor a series of FREE workshops on research topics. The next workshop in the series is "What is Translational Research, (and How Can I Get Involved?)"
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