NextGen Omics Series US
Delivering therapeutic innovation, applications and technologies in next generation sequencing, single cell analysis and genome editing
Bringing together leading omics experts from around the world and comprised of three outstanding programmes, delegates can expect to benefit from critical discussions and case studies shaping the future of Next Generation Sequencing, Multi-omic Single Cell Analysis (including spatial transcriptomics) and Genome Editing in Drug Discovery & Therapeutic Development.
Boost CRISPR efficiency by fast and easy multiplex genome editing
Our unique FluidFM BIO Series, a highly automated solution for single-cell manipulation coupled to a Olympus IX83 inverted fluorescence microscope, delivers all CRISPR components, or any other cargo, simultaneously and at defined concentration directly into the nucleus whilst maintaining high cell viability. This paves the way to use large templates and to easy multiplex- and stack-editing. The system also enables optimization of off-target effects and HDR efficiency as the quantity of injected copies can be calculated and therefore dose/response relationships investigated. The injection process is highly automated and reproducible with an intuitive user interface – perform direct delivery with a simple mouse click.
Seeing is believing – We look forward to meeting you at our virtual booth and discussing how we can help you to optimize your CRISPR experiments.
Meet us online
Participating from Cytosurge:
Dr. Matyas Vegh, CCO
Dr. Pablo Dörig, VP Research Solutions
Dr. Paul Monnier, Field Application Scientist
"FluidFM: a novel and fast approach to CRISPR gene editing" by Dr. Paul Monnier, Field Application Scientist
December 4, 09:00 - 09:30 (EST) / 15:00 - 15:30 (CET)
Track 8: Genome editing discovery & therapeutics
"CRISPR Multiplex Editing" moderated by Dr. Paul Monnier, Field Application Scientist
- Applications that benefit from CRISPR multiplexing
- Outstanding challenges in CRISPR multiplexing – delivery, DNA damage response, etc.
- Future scientific directions
December 4, 11:00 - 11:30 (EST) / 17:00 - 17:30 (CET)
If you wish to have a scheduled meeting during the event, kindly send an e-mail to:
Dr. Matyas Vegh, CCO