Plant Sciences and Genetic Analysis Applications Covered by our Application Scientists
We are committed to providing instruments, reagents, and technologies that will lead the way to remarkable agricultural discoveries—everything from plant genome sequencing and SNP genotyping to marker-assisted selection and plant genetic engineering. In the Life Technologies Plant Sciences webinar series, our scientists will cover the different challenges plant scientists encounter and will address what solutions are available to help them make a difference.
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|March 28, 2013|| |
Abstract: Join this live, interactive webinar where Dr. Neal Stewart, professor and director at Tennessee Plant Research Center provides novel insights into the potential applications of synthetic TALEs for targeted gene activation of transgenes in plants.
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|December 5, 2012|| |
Plant sequencing webinar: Fast isogenic Arabidopsis mapping-by-sequencing on Ion PGMTM. In the recent publication in Plant Physiology, Dr. Franziska Turck and her team introduced deep candidate resequencing (dCARE) using the Ion PGM™ Sequencer to their Arabidopsis mutant identification pipeline.Join us to learn Dr. Turck’s opinion about the application of the isogenic mapping approach for plant gene identification and how the fast and cost-effective barcoding Ion PGM™ system improves her deep sequencing workflow.
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October 9, 2012
Plant Genetic Engineering Webinar: This webinar introduces the newest genome editing technology for plants, the GeneArt® Precision TALs. The scientific presentation will also cover other cloning and algae engineering technologies such as Gateway® and GeneArt® gene synthesis to support your quest to engineer the next generation of crops.
July 17, 2012
Genetic Analysis Solutions for Plant Science Webinar: This webinar discusses scientific examples from key plant biotechnology applications such as transcriptome sequencing, plant genotyping and marker-assisted selection, plant genetic engineering and GMO testing. The examples are followed by how our simple, scalable, and affordable genetic analysis solutions can have the greatest impact for plant researchers.