Department of Chemical Sciences
School of Natural Sciences

October 29, 2013 at 11.30 am in AG-80

Title : Molecularly resolved single cell:diagnostics andin vivo imaging

Abstract :

The ability to analyze as well as spatially resolve protein signaturesat single cell resolution is becoming increasingly important in biological research, forensic science as well as in clinical diagnostics.This talk will focus on detailing approaches for single cell isolation to single cell protein signature analysis.A method based on DNA barcoding of cellular proteins will be described for rapid, quantitative and multiplexed detection of scant proteins and antigens in single live cell. I will also describe novel imaging techniques for molecularly resolving and mapping protein signatures in vivo.