Unravelling The Complexity Of Tumor Microenvironment With High-Dimensional IHC Analysis Platform

27th August 2021, 4pm – 5pm SGT

A comprehensive understanding of the tumor microenvironment, including stromal composition, cell-cell and cell-matrix interactions, abnormal physiology, as well as cellular characteristics of heterogenous tumors is the key to elucidating cancer complexities. Understanding the cellular, molecular, and biochemical interactions of tumors within their microenvironment is essential to improving cancer diagnosis and treatment.

With multiplexing IHC (mlHC) technologies and high-content pathological analysis platform, scientists can simultaneously detect multiple markers on a single tissue section and the comprehensive study of cell composition, cellular functional and cell-cell interactions. mlHC provides high-throughput multiplex staining and standardized quantitative analysis for highly reproducible, efficient and cost-effective tissue studies. This technique has immediate potential for translational research and clinical practice, particularly in the era of tumor microenvironment study and cancer immunotherapy.


Speaker's Biographies

By Dr Edward, Li
International Strategic Marketing Manager

A New Platform Technology for Multiplexed Protein Analysis

13th Nov 2020 (Friday), 3pm – 4pm (SGT)

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AYOXXA is an NUS spin-off Biotech company. It has developed a novel platform technology that builds on the simple idea to immobilize beads coated with different highly specific antibodies onto a solid-surface array. Detection signals are easily read and mapped by fluorescence microscopy. This setup translates to highly sensitive, precise and accurate multiplexed protein quantification from minute sample volumes as low as 3μl. Its growing portfolio of protein detection panels is supporting research scientists to gain new insights in basic and translational research fields like Ophthalmology, Immuno-Oncology and various others.

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Speaker's Biographies

By Dr. Bernd Willems
Scientist and Business Development Manager

Dr. Bernd Willems works with AYOXXA as Scientist and Business Development Manager. Bernd got his PhD from the Department of Biological Sciences at the National University of Singapore.

He then returned to Germany and started his corporate career with a large hospital consortium where he coordinated the Clinical Research arm. Subsequently, he spent three years with QIAGEN as Global Product Manager. In 2017, he joined AYOXXA to represent the company in Singapore.

High Throughput & Automation on Nucleic Acid Purification

26th November 2020, 4pm SGT
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For more than 20 years MACHEREY-NAGEL develops & produces a large portfolio of purification technologies and formats to meet your everyday needs. During this time, we gained a lot of experience and created a large knowledge data base to resort to.

Kits for all applications are available for both manual and automated use on common laboratory robotic platforms. Automating nucleic acid purification can reduce errors and save plenty of manual, repetitive work. MN has extensive experience with many well-known automation platforms like Hamilton, epMotions, Tecan & KingFisher platforms.

In this webinar we would like to show you the advantages of silica-based and magnetic bead based extraction kits for certain automated applications and how you can automate your nucleic acid purification workflow.

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Speaker's Biographies

By Dr. Ansgar Flammersfeld
Technical Support Specialist

Joined MACHEREY-NAGEL at the beginning of 2020 as a technical support specialist for the MN Bioanalysis products and supports customers with main focus on APAC countries.

Studied molecular & applied biotechnology with a special focus on molecular genetics & recombinant protein expression at the RWTH Aachen (Germany), Fraunhofer Center for Molecular Biotechnology (USA) and at Bayer CropScience (Germany).

Attained his PhD at the RWTH, Aachen, focusing on understanding the molecular mechanisms of the human malarial parasite Plasmodium falciparum.

Challenges of cfDNA, DNA, RNA Isolation from FFPE and Other Clinical Samples

19th November 2020, 4pm SGT
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Reliable clinical sample analysis plays an essential role in human healthcare or disease control & strongly depends on products of high performance & quality. Clinical sample isolation & subsequent processing is demanding on several levels. Probably the most challenging aspect of handling clinical samples is their sheer diversity: blood & various other body fluids, stool samples, & formaldehyde-fixed, paraffin-embedded (FFPE) microscopy slides, all fall under the category of clinical samples.

Furthermore, the nucleic acid of interest can originate from both humans as well as their various parasites including, but not limited to viruses, bacteria, & protozoans. With our expertise in DNA & RNA purification from a wide variety of samples as well as extensive experience in making clinical products, MACHEREY-NAGEL is the partner of choice for your clinical project.

Join Dr. Thomas Winkelmüller in this webinar, where you will learn more about the solutions that MN offers to isolate high quality nucleic acids from clinical samples, ensuring robust results with a high degree of reliability.

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Speaker's Biographies

By Dr. Thomas Winkelmüller
International Sales Manager

Joined MACHEREY-NAGEL 2018 as technical support specialist. Since 2020, he is an international sales manager that manages the international sales for the MN Bioanalysis portfolio in parts of Europe and SouthEast Asia.

He studied biology with a focus on plant-microbe interactions and molecular plant biology at the RWTH Aachen (Germany), Uppsala University (Sweden) and at Bayer CropScience. During his PhD at Max Planck Institute for Plant Breeding Research, he focused on the evolution of transcriptome responses during immunity in various plant species.