Accurate measurement of cell division and proliferation is a fundamental part of experimental biology and is crucial in the assessment of cell health.
One of the most common methods for detecting and measuring cell division is 5-bromodeoxyuridine (BrdU), a thymidine analog that is specifically incorporated into DNA during S phase of the cell cycle.
While BrdU labeling of cells or tissue is common practice, there are several challenges associated with this type of experiment.
This webinar provides a guide to best practices for performing BrdU labeling experiments and subsequent detection in immunoassays, helping you to avoid BrdU blues.
By attending you will gain ten top tips for successful BrdU labeling and immunodetection.