The Use of -omic Technologies for Biomarker Development
Conference Recording Apr 15, 2013
About the Speaker
In 1986 Michael W. Pfaffl started to study Agriculture with a focus on Animal Science at the Technical University of Munich (TUM). His second university degree in Biotechnology he finished in 1997 in parallel to his PhD, where he worked in the field of molecular muscle and growth physiology. Early 2010 he became Professor of Molecular Physiology at the Technical University of Munich in Freising. Today he has reached the Principal Investigator status at the Institute of Physiology and is one of the leading scientists concerning qPCR technology, relative quantification, and RNA expression profiling.
AbstractBiomarkers have been used extensively across diagnostic and therapeutic areas over many life science disciplines. Herein we developed and validate “transcribed biomarkers” for the detection of hormone abuse, to guarantee wholesome food.