Join us for our webinar –
Expert Tips to Generate Publication-ready Single Cell Spatial Gene Expression Data with Stellaris® RNA Fish Technology
FRIDAY, 16 OCTOBER 2020
12 PM AUSTRALIAN EASTERN STANDARD TIME
Stellaris® RNA FISH (fluorescence in situ hybridization) is a RNA visualization method that allows for simultaneous detection, localization, and quantification of individual RNA molecules at a single cell level in fixed samples using fluorescence microscopy. The technology follows a simple protocol, does not need exotic reagents and is platform-independent. It can offer same day results and is versatile in terms of sample type, species and application. Stellaris RNA Fish probes can be labeled with several different dyes to allow for simultaneous detection of different RNA targets in multiplexed experiments. The Stellaris RNA FISH technology enables scientists to visualize gene expression through direct detection without isolation, purification or amplification.
Hear from Dr. Julie Mangada on the growing collection of applications that Stellaris could help enable in the field of cancer, neuroscience and immunology among others. Novel techniques such as FISH-flow, SNP FISH and 5-minute rapid FISH will also be highlighted. She will also be sharing her personal insights on tips & tricks to get your projects started and obtain professional & publication-ready images.