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2 days Single cell analysis

28 Feb 2013 - 01 Mar 2013 - TATAA Biocenter, Odinsgatan 28, Gothenburg

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Learn how to recognize the difference between cell population and single-cell analysis and how to interpret and apply single-cell data in biological studies.


Target audience: Medium to Advanced qPCR users

Entrance qualifications: Hands-on qPCR module or similar knowledge

Description: In this course you will learn to recognize the difference between cell population and single-cell analysis and how to interpret and apply single-cell data in biological studies. Practical training in cell collection, gene expression profiling and data analysis at the single-cell level is included. The course contains:

  • Overview of single-cell biology: methods, examples and trends
  • Cell population versus single-cell analysis using gene expression profiling
  • Cell collection methods. Demonstration of using FACS to collect single-cells
  • Practical exercise running RT-qPCR to analyze individual cells
  • Single-cell data analysis, including practical exercises

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