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6th Annual Next Generation Sequencing Congress

20 Nov 2014 - 21 Nov 2014 - London, UK



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Europe’s most prestigious Next Generation Sequencing & Single Cell Congress will bring together over 400 delegates representing internationally renowned research & academic institutions, clinical research institutions, food & nutrition companies as well as leading pharmaceutical and biotech companies

This two day congress is split into 6 streams covering:

  • NGS technologies & platforms
  • NGS data analysis technologies & platforms
  • NGS for cancer drug development
  • NGS: clinical applications & diagnostics
  • Single cell genomics & transcriptomics
  • Single cell analysis technologies

The Next Generation Sequencing streams cover presentations on the latest technologies and platforms including whole genome sequencing, ion torrent and nanopore technologies. Presentations include: comparison of NGS platforms and metagenomics data analysis challenges, tools for cancer drug development, NGS in personalised oncology, NGS for clinical applications, diagnostics and biomarker development.

The Single Cell streams discuss exciting opportunities offered by single cell genomics approaches in circulating tumour cells, cancer stem cells and rare cell conditions research. Case studies from our expert speakers focus on breakthrough technologies for single cell analysis including flow cytometry, microfluidics and chips, FISH analysis and mass spectrometry.

Registration is closing shortly Contact Danielle Dalby today for further information on attendance. D.dalby@oxfordglobal.co.uk | +44(0)1865 248455. Download the conference programme here: http://www.nextgenerationsequencing-congress.com/download-agenda-marketing/ 




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