How to Non-invasively Monitor Stem Cell Differentiation using Luminex Technology

September 21, 2016 | 1:00 PM CST

As stem cell research moves closer toward therapeutic application, there is a recognized need to increase the quality and consistency of pluripotent stem cells and their derivatives. While variability in the efficiency of stem cell differentiation can undermine data interpretation and slow research progress, the ability to quickly monitor changes in cell phenotype without sacrificing yield continues to be a challenge. In this webinar, Richard Feurstenberg and Joy Aho discuss Luminex technology, its power as a non-invasive tool for monitoring stem cell differentiation, and its utility for troubleshooting and optimizing stem cell culturing and differentiation conditions.

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Presenter
Richard Fuerstenberg
Manager of Multiplex Development
R&D Systems
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Presenter
Joy Aho
Manager of Stem Cell Research and Development
R&D Systems
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