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qPCR & NGS 2013 Event

18 Mar 2013 - 22 Mar 2013 - Freising, Germany



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6th international qPCR & NGS Event - Symposium  &  Industrial Exhibition  &  Application Workshops

Main topic:  Next Generation Thinking in Molecular Diagnostics

Leading academic researchers and industrial contributors in the field or real-time PCR and Next Generation Sequencing will participate in the symposium, which will be an arena for fruitful discussions between researchers of different backgrounds. The Symposium Talks, Poster Sessions, Industrial Exhibition and associated qPCR & NGS Application Workshops offer an overview of the present knowledge and future developments in qPCR, next generation sequencing and gene expression measurement technology and its wide applications in research.

The symposium will focus on 70 lectures and a huge poster exhibition will be presented by internationally recognized experts in their field. The emphasis will be on unbiased, didactic information exchange. Internationally renown speakers will be participating in a lively and exciting program enabling the valuable exchange of information in the qPCR and Next Generation Sequencing field. One third of the talks will be presented by selected invited speakers, one third will be selected from the submitted abstracts and one third will be presented by qPCR & NGS related company R&D representatives. All scientific contributions will be published in the Symposium Proceedings (ISBN to be announced).

Symposium Sessions:

•  Main Topic:   Molecular diagnostics 

•  Main Topic:   Next Generation Sequencing  (NGS) 

•  Main Topic:   Transcriptional Biomarkers 

•  High throughput analysis in qPCR 

•  Systems biology 

•  Single-cells diagnostics 

•  MIQE & QM strategies in qPCR 

•  non-coding RNAs - microRNA, siRNA, long non-coding RNAs 

•  Digital PCR  &  Nano-fluidics 

•  Pre-analytical Steps 

•  BioStatistics & BioInformatics 

•  qPCR data analysis 

•  NGS data analysis

For details about the sponsoring please contact our organization team, headed by Sylvia Pfaffl (bioMCC, Germany) Eventmanagement@bioMCC.com  or   Michael W. Pfaffl  qPCR-NGS-2013@wzw.tum.de 




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