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It is our pleasure to invite you to our 3rd Seahorse Seminar & User Meeting on

Enabling Cell Metabolism

Agilent Seahorse XF Technology – Measure what’s important to your cells

Using Agilent Seahorse XF Analyzers, scientists are continuing to obtain powerful functional data from live cells, in real time, gaining a greater understanding of cell metabolism. With this event we aim to provide an overview of the broad range of applications and to highlight the huge impact functional metabolism has.

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  • Bern, 28. October 2020
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Agilent Cell Analysis Webinar on

Using Seahorse assays to probe the role of metabolic reprogramming in pulmonary vascular disease

Pulmonary vascular disease is a serious complication for children born with congenital heart disease (CHD) that results in increased pulmonary blood flow (PBF). In this webinar, Dr. Stephen Black will discuss the link between the disruption of ß-oxidation and mitochondrial function in the development of pulmonary endothelial dysfunction.

Tune in to learn more about:

  • The importance of metabolic reprogramming in the development of pulmonary vascular disease
  • The key initiating role of TGF-ß1 in this process
  • How Agilent Seahorse XF kits have provided insights into the mechanisms of metabolic reprogramming

Stephen M. Black, PhD
Professor of Medicine & Physiology at the University of Arizona, United States

  • 24. June 2020, 6:00 PM
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NanoCellect sponsored Labroots Webinar on

Microfluidic-based cell sorting to better sample preparation for 10x Genomics applications

Cell sorting is used to separate cells according to their cell size, shape and surface protein expression. Classically used after single cell studies to validate biomarkers expressed on specific cell populations or to verify the existence of a newly identified rare cell population, cell sorting can also be integrated into multiomic workflows for single cell sequencing studies. 
During this webinar we’ll discuss how using cell sorting upstream of single cell RNA sequencing enables you to sensitively and efficiently identify and characterize immune cell interactions. Highlighting a study using cell sorting to identify a small fraction of CD8+ T cells bound to peptide-MHCs, we’ll explore how characterizing only these T cells cells of interest increased the potential to detect rare T cell types and reduced sequencing costs by eliminating the need to sequence all species present in the original sample.
Learning Objectives:

  • Leverage single cell sequencing techniques for multiomic immune profiling analysis
  • View and interpret select single cell sequencing data
  • Optimize sample preparation and cell sorting for generating quality single cell data
  • 9. July 2020, 6:00 PM
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NanoView Biosciences Webinar on

Customized Extracellular Vesicles For Preventative And Therapeutic Solutions

Ciloa focus on the production of membrane proteins derived from extracellular vesicles for the purpose of developing novel drugs, therapeutic monoclonals, vaccines and, novel anti-infective preventative vaccines.   

Prior to running Ciloa as CEO, Dr Mamoun was a Director at the CNRS/Montpellier University, focusing on antibody and vaccine development. Dr Mamoun also served as the Director of Research at INSERM and was responsible for technology transfer. Prior to this, Dr Mamoun had an extensive career covering various different roles at INSERM focusing on exosomes and a wide variety of virology research themes.

Dr. Robert Mamoun, CEO of Ciloa

  • 16. July 2020, 4:00 PM
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Upcoming Meetings & Exhibitions

World Immune Regulation Meeting 2020

WIRM 2020

Immune Activation, Effector Functions and Immune Tolerance with a special focus on Autoimmunity and Allergy

As ever, immune regulation is the hottest issue in basic and clinical sciences. There is no doubt that we need to get together and share our new findings in an inspiring environment. With an outstanding list of speakers in this field, WIRM will be one of the key scientific event of the year 2020, being big enough to learn from other disciplines and small enough to personally meet the experts.

Simply stop by at our booth, we will be happy to discuss your specific requirements!

  • Davos, 4. October 2020 – 7. October 2020
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Swiss Symposium on Lab Automation

It is our pleasure to invite you to the Symposium on Lab Automation, where presentations are given by and for experts in the field of automation and instrumentation in the medical and life science sector. 

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  • HSR Hochschule für Technik Rapperswil, 18. June 2020
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MIC Research Day 2020

This half-day MIC event gives a selection of research examples executed at microscopes and presented by young colleagues being specialists in a specific method and/or instrument. We aim to interconnect researchers already applying microscopy with other researchers that might want to use the same instrument or a similar technique with another microscope. Please schedule additional time after the talks to stay for individual discussions and having the MIC Apéro together.

  • Gemeinschaftshörsaal, Gertrud-Woker-Str. 5, 3012 Bern, 8. July 2020, 12:00 PM
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Annual Meeting Swiss Society for Microbiology 2020

Annual Meeting and Assembly 2020
Joint Meeting 2020
Swiss Society for Microbiology SSM 
Swiss Society for Infectious Diseases SSI 
Swiss Society for Hospital Hygiene SSHH

  • Palexpo Congress Centre, Geneva, 2. September 2020 – 4. September 2020
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ILMAC Lausanne 2020

Since 1959, ILMAC has been the sole Swiss industry fair for chemicals and life sciences that depicts all the industrial applications in process and laboratory technology. As a user-oriented trade fair, ILMAC is geared to experts in pharmaceuticals, chemicals, biotechnology, food, drinks, cosmetics and others.

  • Congress Center Basel, 7. October 2020 – 8. October 2020
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Genomics Live 2020

Genomics Live is Europe’s leading conference designed to deliver diagnostics and digital technologies into the clinic.

  • Congress Center Basel, 10. November 2020 – 12. November 2020
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Thank you for visiting us at these recent Meetings

LS2 Annual Meeting

It is our pleasure to invite you to the FEBS3+ LS2 Annual Meeting 2020 with the topic "Cells, Molecules & Organisms", held on February 13-14, 2020 at the Irchel Campus of the University of Zurich. The LS2 Annual Meeting brings together scientists from all nations and backgrounds to explore the large spectrum united under the umbrella of Life Sciences. 

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  • Campus Irchel Zürich, 13. February 2020 – 14. February 2020
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2nd Swiss Cytometry Meeting 2020

This conference will strengthen and consolidate the ties among the cytometry community across Switzerland as we see this conference as the perfect opportunity to discuss ideas and science, interact and socialize.

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  • SwissTech Convention Center – EPFL – Lausanne, 5. February 2020 – 7. February 2020
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Festival of Biologics 2019

The Festival of Biologics combines four, outstanding conferences, the European Antibody Congress, the World Immunotherapy Congress, the World Biosimilar Congress and the Clinical Trials World Congress under one roof. 

  • Congress Center Basel, 15. October 2019 – 17. October 2019
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BASEL LIFE: Showcasing Europe’s Excellence in Life Sciences

MipTec 2019

BASEL LIFE is Europe’s leading congress in the Life Sciences, showcasing cutting-edge science and technology. It brings together preeminent researchers in the field, and offers talented young scientists the possibility to present themselves. Basel is the heart of European’s Life Sciences landscape.

  • Congress Center Basel, 9. September 2019 – 12. September 2019
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