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Real-time PCR in Gene Expression Studies Hands-On Workshop

23 Oct 2013 - 25 Oct 2013 - Munich, Germany



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Real-time PCR in Gene Expression Studies

3-day hands-on workshop with extensive data analysis and troubleshooting sessions!

Registrations & More Info: http://www.biosistemika.com/qPCR_GeneExpression

Practical part of the workshop will cover practical guidance on sample preparation and quality control, assay design, experiment setup, relative quantification strategies and normalization, practical data analysis (ddCq), primer design, MIQE guidelines etc.

Exquisite lecturer Prof.Dr. Michael W.Pfaffl, TUM, will join us as a guest lecturer at the workshop.

Workshop is suitable for diagnosticians and scientists, lab managers/directors, postgraduate and postdoc students and analysts interested in getting a complete, concentrated and hands-on overview of qPCR. 

Workshop is organised by BioSistemika ltd. in collaboration with Technical university of Munich and BioM Biotech Cluster Development Gmbh.

PLACES ARE LIMITED!

Registrations & more info: http://www.biosistemika.com/qPCR_GeneExpression



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