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The “Complex or not?” webinar provides an overview of the immunoprecipitation (IP) procedure and hands-on-advice on how to design and control IP experiments. Special focus will be placed on helping you select reagents and elution methods for your experiments. To further assist you in mastering this technique the webinar will also cover common experimental pitfalls along with providing experimental troubleshooting advice. We recommend this webinar to IP novices and researchers with limited experience of using this technique.
This webinar will cover:
Presented by: Dr Rachael Preston (Development Scientist at Bio-Rad Laboratories)
Rachael graduated from the University of Glamorgan (United Kingdom) with a B.Sc. in Human Biology. She continued her education by obtaining a M.Sc. degree in Bioinformatics and a Ph.D. in Cancer Genetics from Cardiff University (United Kingdom). Her Ph.D. research, in the group of Dr. Andrew Tee, focused on characterizing the tumor suppression function of folliculin. Since leaving academic research, Rachael has worked as a development scientist; she has extensive experience in immunological techniques and antibody applications.