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2 days Experimental design and data analysis

05 Dec 2013 - 06 Dec 2013 - TATAA Biocenter, Prague



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2DAYS EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN AND STATISTICAL DATA ANALYSIS FOR QPCR

Target audience: Beginners to Medium experienced qPCR users

Entrance qualifications: Hands-on qPCR module or similar knowledge

Description: Learn how appropriate statistics shall be selected and applied correctly to get the most out of your qPCR data. The two-days course covers the most of the same prinicples as the three-day analysis course but less comprehensive and with less practical excercises. The course contains:

Day 1- Statistical analysis of real-time PCR data

Basic principles of statistics
Advanced principles of statistics
Statistical tests
Ability to detect a difference

Day 2- Gene expression profiling with real-time PCR

Multiplate measurements
Standard curves and absolute quantification
Experimental design, Selecting reference genes
Relative quantification, Comparison of groups
Expression profiling



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