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Tue, 19 Mar

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Astoria

Functional nucleic acids: unleashing their untapped potential in a diverse set of applications (1)

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Functional nucleic acids: unleashing their untapped potential in a diverse set of applications (1)
Functional nucleic acids: unleashing their untapped potential in a diverse set of applications (1)

Time & Location

19 Mar 2024, 15:00 – 16:00 CET

Astoria, Astoria, OR 97103, USA

About the event

What topics are covered in the webinar:

1. Categories of and selection strategies for functional nucleic acids

2. Challenges faced in the employment of functional nucleic acids and ways to overcome them

3. Applications of functional nucleic acids in the field of biosensing

4. Other applications of functional nucleic acids (such as in the medical field)

Presenter: Dr. George Tsekenis, Senior Researcher, Biomedical Research Foundation of the Academy of Athens (BRFAA)

George Tsekenis, a biochemist by training, since his PhD studies has been working on the development of novel biochemical and molecular assays as well as robust functionalization protocols and their integration into biosensors and LoCs. He is currently the head of the Applied Biophysics and Surface Science Group at BRFAA.

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