LI-COR Experts at AACR and Experimental Biology
April 4, 2011, Lincoln, NE: LI-COR support scientists are attending American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) April 3-6, 2011, and Experimental Biology (EB) April 10-12, 2011. These experts will be on hand to provide assistance, answer questions, and share optimization tips regarding Western blot imaging, small animal imaging, IRDye® technology, and more.
Western blot imaging specialists will discuss what's new with chemiluminescence and infrared (IR) fluorescence imaging techniques. Attendees can learn more about the LI-COR Odyssey® Fc Imaging System and how it gives labs the option of using chemiluminescence or IR detection in one system. Chemiluminescent detection is simplified with the Odyssey Fc, as film and darkroom steps are eliminated, along with the hazardous waste and excessive water use of film development.
LI-COR representatives will also be offering information on the Pearl® Impulse Imager for small animal imaging. Scientists are able to visualize imaging agents with rapid time-lapse imaging. This system offers exceptional sensitivity and deep target imaging with laser excitation and near-infrared fluorescent detection.
"Having a presence at important meetings like AACR and EB gives more of our team a chance to highlight our products and services," says Alisa Murray, LI-COR national sales manager. "It gives us the opportunity to answer questions one-on-one and to provide the latest information and newest products for life science research."
To receive a refresher course or tutorial for the Odyssey Infrared Imaging System, LI-COR support scientists will be in booth 2543 at AACR, and booths 809-811 at EB. To schedule a one-on-one appointment with one of the LI-COR support scientists for training during these meetings, send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.