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nFORM BLOG- PlexSet Reagents
Rethink how you want to quantify and analyze gene expression with nCounter® PlexSet™ Reagents. Our latest blog reviews three informational webinars from scientists comparing qPCR to PlexSet technology.
August 1, 2018
nFORM BLOG- Neuroscience
Five neuro grant program applicants were awarded nCounter Neuropathology or Neuroinflammation Panels. NanoString® followed up with each of the winners to explore how they intend to use the assays to advance their research.
July 18, 2018
Comprehensive analysis of microglia across neuropathological stages of Alzheimer’s disease (AD) - Sep 25, 2018 - 9:30am PST
Stefan Prokop, MD, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
Join this webinar to see how comprehensive analysis of microglia in different stages of AD in human brains using immunohistochemistry, cell type and pathway specific high-plex gene expression profiling, and morphology-driven high-plex protein expression profiling provides novel insight into the role of the immune system in AD pathogenesis and progression.
Understanding variability in induced immune responses - Oct 17, 2018 - 9:00 a.m. (PST)
Darragh Duffy, PhD, Institut Pasteur, Paris
Tune in to better understand variable immune responses to different Toll-like receptor ligands and whole microbes. Using the unique TruCulture® whole blood collection and culture system along with gene expression profiling using NanoString® Technology, Dr. Duffy and his team identified 44 genes that captured the diverse immune responses and allowed for improved segregation between stimuli.