Guide to antibodies and research reproducibility
During this session Harvinder (Clinical Researcher, University of Leicester & Only Good Antibodies co-leader) raises awareness of the impact that antibody selection can have on the reproducibility of research before introducing the Only Good Antibodies (OGA) community and forum. He also answers questions about how to identify, validate and/or select antibodies in research.
During this webinar you will learn about:
- the problems caused by poorly performing antibodies used in research,
- efforts to improve the accessibility and use of validated antibodies,
- a simple ‘how to’ guide to perform antibody validation for your experiments including:
* western blotting
* immunostaining (IF/ ICC)
* general principals for other applications
- the Only Good Antibodies (OGA) community and forum,
- how you can contribute to change to improve antibody use and the research culture,
- freely available sources of further information and useful resources.
You will also have access to download session handouts including a PDF copy of the slideset.
After completing this on-demand webinar you are eligible to receive a personal certificate of attendance. This can be used for CPD purposes &/or to add to your personal training records. The certificate costs £5 and is available upon request via email.
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Attendees of this webinar may also be interested in our on-demand Improving Reproducibility Training, plus our live online Lab Animal Publication School, PREPARE For Better Science and Responsible Animal Research Training (also available to run in-person).
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- This webinar was recorded in December 2023.
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