Gene Expression Analysis Simplified with nCounter at Bristol Genomics Facility
Bristol Genomics Facility and NanoString invite you to learn more about gene expression analysis with nCounter.
The nCounter® Analysis System provides a cost-effective automated solution for multiplex expression analysis of 800+ targets. The simple workflow requires just 15 minutes hands-on time and produces highly reproducible data in ~24 hours. No RT, amplification or technical replicates are required. nCounter data can be quickly analyzed using a suite of intuitive analysis tools, yielding publication-quality figures.
Off-the-shelf gene expression panels are available for a wide variety of biological pathways and research areas: Oncology, Immunology, Infectious Disease, Neurobiology, Cell & Gene Therapy and Cardiovascular Disease. Flexibility also exists to tailor assay content to meet individual project needs.
• Simple streamlined automated workflow
• Exceptional reproducibility and performance
• Advanced cybersecurity controls with nCounter Pro
• Extensive panel menu
• Flexible custom solutions
13:00 – 13:10 Welcome and introduction by Christy Waterfall, Research Associate, Bristol Genomics Facility
13:10 – 13:30 ‘Finding your biomarker: nCounter digital gene expression’ by James Freimuller, NanoString Technologies
13:30 – 13:45 ‘Title TBC‘ by Alice Halliday, Researcher, School of Cellular & Molecular Medicine, University of Bristol
13:45 – 14:00 ‘Title TBC‘ by Francisca Segers, Bioinformatician, Bristol Genomics Facility
For any questions regarding the event, please don’t hesitate to email James Freimuller, firstname.lastname@example.org