Optimization of a single molecule fluorescence in situ hybridization assay (smFISH) for Drosophila A virus detection
12 Jul 2022
The use of same-day enzymatic synthesis to quickly iterate through probe design to fine-tune sensitivity and specificity has been found to accelerate the optimization of smFISH assays and thus acts as a rapid and simple alternative to immunofluorescence. In this webinar, Dr. Steven Quistad, DNA Script, and Bailey Schmidt, DNA Script, will discuss a recent study carried out in collaboration with the Institut Pasteur using on-demand enzymatic DNA synthesis (EDS) to accelerate the design-print-test-learn cycle required to optimize smFISH assays for the detection of viral RNA in the gut of Drosophila melanogaster.
Key learning objectives
- Understand the basics of DNA synthesis (EDS) and the SYNTAX System
- Understand how on-demand EDS probes printed on the SYNTAX System accelerates smFISH assay optimization
- Understand how generating labeled probes with the SYNTAX System accelerates iteration
- Discover the advantages of making on-demand DNA with enzymes
Who should attend?
- Gene expression researchers
- Genomics researchers
- Anyone who performs FISH or smFISH assays
- Anybody who has ever waited on DNA to arrive to start an experiment
Certificate of attendance
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