The use of multi-well plates in life science research has expanded greatly in recent years. Filtration is a critical component of many workflows and the ability to stay in a multi-well format to perform sample preparation can save time and improve results. It is often difficult though, to identify the correct filter plate to match your specific applications, sample type, processing needs and plate format.
In this 30 minute webinar you will learn:
How to choose the best filter plate for your specific applications.
- Understand pore size, membrane material, well volumes and tip types
Examples of Filter Plate Applications such as:
- Protein purification
- Protein concentration/isolation
- Clarify & sterile filter cell cultures
- DNA & RNA binding/isolation
- Flow cytometry
- Lysate clearance
- Multiplex assays
- Sterile filtration
- PLUS – new, innovative filter plates
Lori Euler has over 20 years of experience working in research and development labs in the areas of microbiology and molecular biology. She received her Bachelors of Science degree in microbiology and a Masters of Science in Biomedical Chemistry. The majority of her career was spent as a senior research scientist at the DuPont Company engineering bacterial strains to produce a variety of compounds as part of their “green chemistry” initiative.
Lori has extensive publications, presentations, and patents in her name, detailing her protocol and process development in the areas of metabolic engineering and bacterial strain analysis. Since joining Pall, Lori has held positions as regional sales area manager and is currently the Product Manager for the Molecular portfolio.