For the second year running, we are sponsoring the annual PhD Symposium at the Cambridge Stem Cell Institute. This entirely student-led event is a great opportunity for students to network, discuss their research and expand their knowledge in their specialist subject areas.
For two days, Qkine will be exhibiting high-purity, animal-free growth factors, cytokines and other complex proteins for stem cell and organoid research. Stop by the stand to talk to us about our recently launched neural range which include BDNF, GDNF, Shh and VEGF 165. Ask us about FGF2-G3, a thermostable engineered form of FGF-2, with an increased functional half-life of the protein from <10 h (wild-type) to >3 days (FGF2-G3). FGF2-G3 is fast becoming adopted in the stem cell community as it can improve homogeneity during stem cell proliferation and subsequent differentiation.
Join our talk “Improving reproducibility in your stem cell culture”
Thursday 3 November, 11am
Jonathan Frampton, Head of Business Development
About the Cambridge Stem Cell Institute
The Cambridge Stem Cell Institute is a world-leading centre for stem cell research with a mission to transform human health through a deep understanding of stem cell biology. It’s scientists study stem cell behaviour, both normal and pathological, and use their findings to improve the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of diseases. For more information click here. https://www.stemcells.cam.ac.uk/about-us