How reliable is your qPCR?

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How reliable is your qPCR?

LIVE WEBCAST:
Tuesday, November 15, 2005
Time: 2:00 p.m. EST; 11:00 a.m. PST
Duration: 1 Hour
www.dddmag.com/qpcr

If you are searching for best practices and new solutions to make your qPCR data more reliable, this is one live
e-seminar you should not miss.

Overcome the Challenges of qPCR from Pre-Assay Through Data Analysis

Join the senior editor of Drug Discovery & Development and a panel of qPCR experts for a live, interactive, Web-based discussion. Viewing this educational session will help you uncover efficient methodologies for effective quantitation and pre- to post-analytic data analysis. The panelists will discuss the key factors that affect assay performance and lead to data variability. The effect and variability of the reverse transcription step on the qPCR assay, the comparability of qPCR results obtained using different cDNA priming strategies and protocols, the value of multiplexing, and challenges related to normalization of data and experimental conditions will be some of the issues discussed.

For more information or to register visit www.dddmag.com/qpcr

WEBCAST EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
Gain insights into strategies and techniques practiced by
qPCR experts
Learn the dos and donts, what works and what doesnt
for qPCR experiments
Discover the best practices needed to solve qPCR problems
in your lab

Tune in on November 15 at 2:00 p.m. EST and participate in a live question & answer session with the expert panel. This is a unique opportunity to present your concerns and issues on overcoming the uncertainties surrounding your qPCR data.

Complimentary Registration
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