Webinar Events

Upcoming Webinars

Fungal Identification and Characterization

April 8, 2020 4:00 PM Central European Time (CET)

Biolog invites you to a special webinar and our guest speaker will be:

Andre Chouankam
Technical and Applications Specialist
Biolog, Inc.

Webinar Topics Include
• How to visualize Filamentous Fungi in your Lab
• Fungal Identification Methods
• Using the MicroStation™ to Identify Fungi
• Using Phenotype MicroArrays™ to Characterize Fungi

Past Webinars

Re-energize Your Mitochondrial Research

Biolog presents a webinar to introduce our mitochondrial function assays, MitoPlates™. Guest Scientists Dr. Nukhet Aykin-Burns Associate Professor, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Division of Radiation Health, UAMS College of Pharmacy Forrest Ackart Metabolism of Infectious Diseases Laboratory, Dept. of Microbiology, Immunology, and Pathology, Colorado State University Brendan Lewis Field Applications Specialist, Biolog, Inc. Please join our […]

Microbial Identification Options for Your Lab

Considering which microbial ID system is best for you? Want to know more about how Biolog’s Advanced Phenotypic Technology can provide you with biologically relevant information in addition to a species level identification? Join our webinar for an overview of our Microbial Identification solutions. Webinar Topics Include: Overview of Biolog’s advanced phenotypic technology • Sample […]

Analyze Mitochondria at Higher Resolution

Do you study mitochondria in your research? Are you using Seahorse or Oroboros? Would you like to analyze mitochondrial function in much greater detail? Biolog invites you to a 30 minute informational webinar to introduce our new mitochondrial function assay. The MitoPlates™ provide more than 50 new functional assays. Key advantages are that all 50+ […]

ALS Metabolic Pathway Discovered Using Biolog Phenotyping Technology

Researchers at the University of Sheffield have identified a new pathway that is disrupted in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). The discovery was enabled by converting skin cells to brain cells called astrocytes and comparing the energy metabolism of cells taken from ALS versus normal controls, using Biolog’s Metabolic Phenotyping Technology.  The scientists discovered the loss […]

Microbial Cell Phenotyping Using Phenotype MicroArrays™

Evaluate nearly 2000 phenotypes of a microbial cell in a single experiment. Utilize preconfigured 96 well plates containing different classes of chemical compounds designed to test for the presence or absence of specific cellular phenotypes. Webinar Topics Include: Overview of Phenotype MicroArray Technology Correlate genotypes with phenotypes Determine a cell’s metabolic and chemical sensitivity properties […]
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