MilliporeSigma Presents a Lecture Series at Northwestern University — Novel Approaches for Protein Detection with MILLIPLEX® MAP technology

Seminar Title: Novel Approaches for Protein Detection with MILLIPLEX® MAP technology

Date: Friday, October 27, 2017

Time: 3:45 PM – 4:45 PM
Check In: 3:30 PM
Q&A to follow

Location: Northwestern University
Chicago Campus
Lurie Gray Seminar Room
 



 Abstract

MILLIPLEX® MAP technology can be used to quantitatively analyze cellular signaling pathways. Our technology saves time while drastically reducing sample and reagent requirements as compared to traditional methods. Multiplexing allows researchers to probe multiple factors across various pathways along with internal controls in a single well. MILLIPLEX® MAP kits are designed to comprehensively probe abundance of signaling proteins as well as phosphorylation status. Kits are available in pathway-specific format or can be configured to investigate specific targets.

 

Speaker Bio
August Barboza, PhD
Biomarker & Cytometry FAS
MilliporeSigma
Dr. August Barboza has studied signaling pathways for 17 years. He studied and trained at the MD Anderson Cancer Center and Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. He has direct experience with the challenges and opportunities faced by molecular biologists, and knows how to leverage MilliporeSigma offerings to enable customer success.



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Joe Stachewicz
MilliporeSigma Account Manager
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Email: joe.stachewicz@sial.com