LUMICKS invites you to attend our Dynamic Single-Molecule (DSM) webinars this month.
The series of webinars, delivered by our application scientists or by invited speakers, include a variety of topics in DNA editing, phase separation, protein unfolding, cytoskeleton filaments, viral packaging, and many more. Whether you are looking for new tools to implement in your research, wanting to understand dynamic single-molecule assays, or you’re just curious about the latest development in different biological fields, register below!
Learn about state-of-art dynamic single-molecule techniques, their applications in the various scientific fields and the latest breakthrough discoveries.
Decipher the activity and mechanical properties of cytoskeletal filaments, their motors, and their role in cellular mechanobiology
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Welcome to an interactive community of researchers that share and discover the latest open-source scripts, taking your single-molecule studies to the next level. In this webinar, we will introduce Harbor – the new user platform for sharing dynamic single-molecule automation and analysis scripts. We will show you the interface, how you can up- and download scripts, how you can get citations, and introduce the scripts that are ready to be downloaded right away.
Prof. Sander Tans from AMOLF institute will present his latest research on chaperones, and we will introduce LUMICKS reagents, kits & services specifically developed to break the barriers in protein research. In this webinar you’ll learn about:
· How Prof. Tans and his team use correlated optical tweezers with fluorescence microscopy to determine the effect of chaperones on the conformations of their protein chain clients.
· The new products and services that LUMICKS has created to enable faster, more accessible and reproducible dynamic single-molecule research.
In this series, we demonstrate how to use the LUMICKS C-Trap® Optical Tweezers – Fluorescence & Label-free Microscopy system for different experiments. With cameras directed at the instrument and the user, along with constant screen captures of the operating system, you will experience the C-Trap workflow step by step and see in detail:
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