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Cultek, S.L.U.  MADRID
Av. Cardenal Herrera Oria, 63
28034 Madrid (Spain) 
Tel. Centralita: +34 917 290 333
Tel. At. Cliente:  +34 902 04 4000 
Fax:   34 91 358 17 61
E-mail: info@cultek.com
Cultek, S.L.U. BARCELONA
Tel. Centralita:+34 938 611 660
Tel. At. Cliente:+34 902 04 4000
Fax:+34 93 860 03 53
E-mail: cultekbarna@cultek.com

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Eventos

  • Deminar - Achieving larger volume DNA Plasmid purification using Andrew+ liquid handling automation

    The automated workflow of the MN NucleoBond® Xtra Midi kit on the Andrew+ liquid handler dramatically reduces the hands-on time needed for a plasmid midi prep. The Andrew+ robot with required Dominos (labware holders), performs all the steps of the prep, from lysate clarification down to elution of pure plasmid...

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  • XIX WORKSHOP MÉTODOS RÁPIDOS Y AUTOMATIZACIÓN EN MICROBIOLOGÍA ALIMENTARIA

    El Centro de Innovación, Investigación y Transferencia en Tecnología de los Alimentos junto con el Departamento de Ciencia Animal y de los alimentos de la Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona, organizan el XIX WORKSHOP en métodos rápidos y automatización en microbiología alimentaria. Desde Cultek queremos agradecer al comité organizador nuestra participación en...

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  • La importancia del oxígeno en la fisiología celular

    Le informamos de la celebración de un seminario web el 19 de noviembre a las 14:00 organizado por nuestro partner Baker y titulado "La importancia del oxígeno en la fisiología celular: la historia del premio Nobel de Fisiología o Medicina 2019 de Sir Peter Ratcliffe". El webinar será una combinación...

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  • Women in science webinar: Jennifer Doudna

    CRISPR pioneer Jennifer Doudna, PhD (University of California, Berkeley/HHMI) was recently awarded the 2020 Nobel Prize in Chemistry with Emmanuelle Charpentier, PhD, a microbiologist at the Max Planck Institute in Berlin. In 2012, the Doudna and Charpentier labs teamed up to publish a landmark paper in which they adapted the...

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  • Advancing cancer drug development using 2D and 3D cell panel screens

    Leveraging screening of broad, diverse panels of cancer-relevant cell lines has historically yielded highly relevant data, which are used to identify mode-of-action, to expand disease or tissue efficacy, and to identify potential drug combinations. Results of such screens can drive the progression of novel oncology therapeutics from target validation through...

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  • PCR & qPCR – an overview of the principles and applications

    Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) is the gold standard in molecular biology. This web seminar demonstrates the historical development up to the latest trends of classical PCR and real time PCR. You will learn about different applications, limitations and when to use which technology. Until the end of the year our...

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  • Epithelial Barrier Homeostasis and Response to Infections

    The forefront of the gastrointestinal mucosa consists mainly of a continuous polarized epithelial monolayer protected by mucus. This strong defense barrier can be colonized by pathogens arousing a chronic inflammatory state. This exceptional colonization ability is associated with an increased risk of developing adenocarcinomas at the sites of infection. We...

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  • Horizon: CRISPR Screening in Primary Human T Cells Extending Cell Type Capabilities

    Genetic screens are powerful tools to interrogate cell responses to drug treatment as well as microenvironment perturbations. With the increasing interest in manipulating the immune system to tackle disease and the use of CRISPR (clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats)–Cas9 genome editing systems, screening primary cells is both appealing and...

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  • Lonza: Webinar en seguridad de vacunas

    SEGURIDAD DE LAS VACUNAS: pruebas de pirógenos y endotoxinas desde el desarrollo hasta la comercialización. Las preparaciones de vacunas, incluidas aquellas para enfermedades mediadas por virus como COVID-19, se testan de forma rutinaria para detectar contaminantes pirogénicos antes de distribuirlas al público. Los métodos utilizados para el control de calidad...

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  • Corning 3D User Day

    Únase al Corning 3D User Day donde explicaremos todo lo que necesita para sus cultivos 3D. Durante este evento único, encontrará más que una simple conferencia en línea, ya que contaremos con sesiones y talleres virtuales donde favorecemos el contacto con todos los asistentes. Aplicaciones actuales de organoides y esferoides...

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  • Improving cell-based assays and their future in drug discovery

    Summarise challenges in translating promising pre-clinical therapeutic candidates into clinical success. Highlight the effectiveness and limitations of disease models currently used in drug discovery The speaker will discuss how they envision the future of cell-based assays for drug discovery Topics covered will include 3D in vitro models; complex co-culture assays using patient...

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  • Identifying and Correcting Common Cell Growth Problems

    Learn how to identify and solve some common, and uncommon, deterrents to cell culture growth. Cell Culture is a powerful research tool in the life sciences. However, the dynamic nature of living cells can make cell culture a difficult tool to work with in the laboratory, even for the most...

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  • Streamlining (q)PCR workflows through automation

    PCR is a well-established technology which is used as a gold standard technique in life science research and disease diagnostic applications. In recent years, the demand for high-throughput analysis while maintaining excellent data quality and reducing the risk of human pipetting errors and external contamination is increasing. The integration of...

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  • SWIFT SARS-COV-2 AMPLICON PANEL: NGS IN A SNAP

    The emergence of SARS-CoV-2 has resulted in the need for NGS strategies for characterizing the viral genome. Sequencing of the full-length genome is critical for identifying mutational variants and contributing to research in the fields of virology, immunology, epidemiology, and molecular evolution, among others. However, maximizing viral RNA sequencing reads...

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  • Leveraging Advances in Predesigned Synthetic sgRNAs for Highly Functional and Specific CRISPR-Cas9 Gene Knockout

    CRISPR-based genome editing has accelerated biological research and holds great potential for studying and treating human diseases. The CRISPR-Cas9 system requires a Cas9 nuclease and a guide RNA, which may consist of either a CRISPR RNA (crRNA) coupled with a trans-activating crRNA (tracrRNA), or a single guide RNA (sgRNA) that...

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