Date: May 24, 2022
Time: 8:00am (PDT), 11:00am (EDT), 5:00pm (CEST)
Interested in learning more about assay design for primers and probes? Join us for this special Guardian of Your Science “Ask the Expert” webinar, hosted by field applications scientist Ben Avery. Ben is recognized as this month’s Thermo Fisher Scientific Guardian of Your Science for providing superior customer support in real-time PCR and digital PCR.
Assay design, specifically designing primers and probes, is one of the most crucial aspects of assay development and often the most difficult. Assay developers can sometimes feel overwhelmed attempting to follow the numerous guidelines for optimal assay design. This process can bog down research projects and lead to a trial-and-error approach—potentially causing a significant drain of resources.
All assay developers should know that they don’t need to struggle through this process alone. Thermo Fisher has a myriad of tools available to make this process as efficient and painless as possible, including more than 20 million predesigned Applied Biosystems™ TaqMan™ Assays. These assays cover a range of genes in different species to support various applications, and are backed by a performance guarantee.* Additionally, Thermo Fisher can synthesize custom assays when you provide a context sequence or require custom oligos, to fit the needs of any researcher. Whether an assay developer is new to probe-based assays or has extensive experience, Thermo Fisher has the tools and products to help ensure successful assay design in your laboratory.
In this webinar, you’ll learn:
- How an Applied Biosystems™ or Invitrogen™ SYBR™ Green assay can easily be transitioned to a TaqMan Assay
- What information is publicly available about each predesigned TaqMan Assay
- The options available for purchasing custom-designed TaqMan Assays
- Which Thermo Fisher Service and Support employees can assist you with navigating these tools and products
Webinars will be available for unlimited on-demand viewing after live event.