Greiner Bio-One webinars
... are prepared and delivered by our experienced product specialists.
We are delighted to be able to offer you webinars on a variety of topics. Our webinars are always free to attend and are held several times a year.
Please select a webinar that interests you and register online. Registrations can be accepted around 2 weeks prior to the webinar date.
Webinar recordings are also available but some are only available for a limited time.
Cell Based Assay and Tissue Reconstruction in ThinCert Cell Culture Products
Ethical, scientific and financial concerns lead to an increasing importance of cell based assays and three-dimensional cell cultures in lieu of live-animal experimentation. With respect to these developments, ThinCert™ cell culture inserts with porous PET membranes are significant because they form a two-compartment system to readily mimic a variety of in vivo situations, such as:
1. Cell migration and invasion,
2. Interaction and communication of physically separated cell populations (co-culture)
3. Trans-epithelial transport,
4. Tissue growth and differentiation at the air-liquid-interface.
This presentation provides detailed insight in the different application fields of ThinCert™ cell culture inserts. Hints for the individual experimental design and the selection of the appropriate insert type are given.
22. March 2018, 15:00, GMT
Sven Muhlfriedel Ph.D.
Preventing Specimen Rejection in the Collection of Non-Blood Samples
During the course of this 60 minute, P.A.C.E.® accredited webinar, attendees will achieve the following program objectives:
1. Identify best practices in collection of non-blood specimens.
2. Review situations resulting in rejection of non-blood specimens.
3. Explain the potential patient impact caused by inadequate specimen collection.
15. March 2018, 17:00, GMT
Specimen Rejection: When is a Sample Unsuitable for Testing?
07. December 2017, 18:00, GMT
Beth Warning MS, MLS (ASCP)
Sample Storage Tubes as Quality-Critical Components in Biobanking
Biobanks store biological samples and associated data to make them available for clinical studies as well as research on biomarkers, personalised medicine and public health. The paramount goal of Biobanking is the preservation of sample integrity during all steps of sample collection, processing, storage and delivery; hence, factors influencing the sample quality during these steps need to be understood and controlled. Register for a 60 minute webinar discussing the following topics in regards to the effects of storage tubes in biobanking.
- cleanliness of tube raw material,
- tube closure systems and their suitability for long-term storage,
- biomolecule adsorption onto the tube surface,
- datamatrix codes for tube identification,
- quality of the datamatrix barcodes,
- guidelines for good practice in Biobanking.
31. May 2017, 14:00, GMT
Sven Mühlfriedel, Ph.D.