Dr Rohit Ramchandra will share research studies in large animals that are crucial to translate findings from research labs to the bedside. The use of large animals allows chronic measurements of arterial pressure and blood flow which are not always possible in rodent models.
Dr. Peggy Benisch will present introduce the ibidi Pump System, which enables the culture of adherent cells under various shear stress conditions and flow patterns.
Preclinical oncology studies are often centred on the use of rodent tumour models. For such studies, immunity is often the key. Consequently, when choosing a strain, one must consider not only immunodeficient mouse models, but immunocompetent mice as well.
This webinar will focus on the following topics: principles of visualization of cellular processes to investigate the role of actin and the mechanisms behind, a comparison of LifeAct to known actin markers such as phalloidin or actin-EGFP, insight into the Chromobody®-Technology, high Content Assays with Chromobodies® acting as a cell cycle and apoptosis marker.
The webinar will introduce the in vitro experimental settings and related analytical tools that allow the exploration of a wide array of lymphocyte motility patterns. Increase your knowledge about what influences lymphocyte motility. Learn how to perform live-cell microscopy of lymphocyte chemotaxis assays and get to know the experimental settings and analytical tools for lymphocyte motility assays.