BioLegend Seminar

Biolegend august seminar

Research of complex biological problems requires a multi-tool approach. BioLegend is committed to developing a diverse array of reagents to maximise experimental results.

Such products include our MojoSort™, a magnetic separation system, LEGENDplex™, a bead-based immunoassay to simultaneously quantify up to thirteen soluble analytes in a single sample, and GoInVivo™, functionally validated antibodies targeting immune checkpoint receptors.

Our results indicate that positive selection of CX3CR1 mouse bone marrow precursors differentiate into macrophages or dendritic cells and migrate back to the bone marrow after adoptive transfer. In addition, blockade of PD-L1, and depletion of T cells with functional antibodies contribute to tumor growth reduction in wild type and knockout murine melanoma cancer model.


RSVP to Helen Norrie – Mobile: 021770315 or email helen@mediray.co.nz


Date: Monday 15th August

Time: 10.30 -11.30am.  .

Venue: Dairy Science Seminar Room, Dairy Science Building, AgRes Ruakura

Date: Tuesday, 16th August 2016

Time: 10:30-11:30am

Venue: MACS 2, Biology Building, University of Auckland, 5 Symonds Street


Date: Wednesday, 17th August 2016

Time: 9-10am

Venue: Meeting Room 1, Plant & Food Research, Food Industry Science Centre, Batchelar Road

Date: Wednesday, 17th August 2016

Time: 3-4pm

Venue: Malaghan Institute Seminar Room


Date: Thursday, 18th August 2016

Time: 10:00-11:00am

Venue: Room 208, 2nd floor, Microbiology Building, 720 Cumberland St, University of Otago

Date: Thursday, 18th August 2016

Time: 1:00-2:00pm

Venue: D’Ath Lecture Theatre, 1st Floor Hercus Bldg, Great King Street, University of Otago

Speaker Profile

Miguel A. Tam, Ph.D.

biolegend

Biochemistry MS, Havana University, Cuba

Clinical Immunology Ph.D., Gothenburg University, Sweden

Postdoctoral Studies, University of California, San Diego, USA

Currently Senior Product Manager at BioLegend. Managing life cycle of several product lines, including MojoSort™ (Magnetic Cell Separation), Biofunctional antibodies, Flow Cytometry reagents, and Flex-T™ MHC Tetramer products.

Register here!

(Registration is not compulsory to attend this seminar)


Developed by Mobile App FX

  • Thanks, we really appreciate your feedback on our website.

  • Complete our Feedback survey   [x]