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Antibodies are widely used immunodetection reagents in life science research. However, in recent years, the spotlight has been keenly focused on antibody reproducibility and its impact on life science research.
Reproducible Science Week highlights the issue of reproducibility, discussing the current thinking on antibody validation, setting new standards and how to drive change within our industry.
The talks and discussions will cover:
Register one time and acess the event across all 5 days.
Monday, June 1
Session: Antibody validation - specificity and consistency
Tuesday, June 2
Session: The role of the antibody suppliers in supporting scientific reproducibility
Wednesday, June 3
Session: Recombinant antibody technologies - improving reproducibility and specificity
Thursday, June 4
Session: Recombinant antibodies enabling breakthroughs
Friday, June 5
Session: Future vision for reproducibility in the life sciences
* Times shown in British Summer Time (GMT +1). Note, this program is provisional and subject to change.
Tuesday, June 9
Thursday, June 11
* Times shown are in British Summer Time (GMT +1) . The program is provisonal and subject to change.
For more information on Abcam's Reproducible Science Week, to submit a question, or to schedule a meeting with our Abcam experts, please email email@example.com