qPCR NEWSLETTER - Final call for qPCR 2007 Event

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qPCR NEWSLETTER - Final call for qPCR 2007 Event

qPCR NEWSLETTER - Final call for qPCR 2007 Event

Dear researcher,
dear Gene Quantification page reader,

Our newsletter informs about the latest news in quantitative real-time PCR (qPCR and qRT-PCR), which are compiled and summarised on the Gene Quantification homepage. The focus of this newsletter issue is:

- Final CALL for qPCR 2007 participation
- Referee process is finished: 78 TALKs & 107 POSTERs accepted
- Opening of TATAA Biocenter, Prague => http://www.img.cas.cz/ge/TATAAPrague.html


qPCR 2007 Event
3rd International qPCR Symposium & Industrial Exhibition & Application Workshop

26th - 30th March 2007, in Freising-Weihenstephan,
Technical University of Munich, Physiology-Weihenstephan, Germany

Press Relese (English

The qPCR 2007 Event is structured in several parts:

1: qPCR Symposium March 26 28, Talk and Poster sessions => download FLYER
2: qPCR Industrial Exhibition March 26 28 (fully booked)
3. Three qPCR TATAA Workshops March 29 30
Classical qPCR Application (2-days) (fully booked) => download FLYER
qPCR Biostatistics and Expression Profiling (2-days) => download FLYER
Sample Preparation (1-day) & Immuno-qPCR (1-day) (fully booked) => download FLYER
4. LightCycler 480 Application Workshops, Roche Applied Science, March 29 => download FLYER
5. Bio-Rad Gene Quantification Workshop, March 29 => download FLYER

Please register here for conference participation => https://www.wzw.tum.de/conftool/


Referee process is finished:


- 78 TALKs & 107 POSTERs are accepted as scientific contributions.
- Talk and Poster session overview with all accepted TALK and POSTER titles:
- Keynote lecture by Thomas W. Myers: Advances in Quantitative PCR for Research and Diagnostic Applications.
- microRNA and siRNA Session
- single-cell qPCR session
- Immuno-qPCR session
- Pre-analytical Steps session
- qPCR BioStatistics & BioInformatics session
- RDML discussion forum
- New diagnostic applications with real-time PCR
- High throughput qPCR applications
- qPCR NOS Session - Normalization & Optimization & Standardization

Please register here for conference participation => https://www.wzw.tum.de/conftool


qPCR 2007 sessions

Main session: Single-cell qPCR
all around single-cell qPCR, pre-amplification techniques, laser micro dissection, sub-cellular PCR, micro-manipulation of cell clusters, cellular micro injection,

Main session: microRNA siRNA Applications
microRNA extraction, qRT-PCR technologies to detect microRNA, siRNA applications in combination with real-time RT-PCR, microRNA targets and microRNA precursors, new siRNA manipulation and microRNA technologies, .....

Immuno qPCR
development, establishment, optimization of immuno-qPCR, innovative immuno qPCR applications, ..

New diagnostic applications with real-time PCR
new quantification methods, new dyes and probe technologies, SNP analysis, high resolution melt applications, Marker Genes (diagnostic, prognostic and therapeutic markers on DNA and RNA level), .......

High throughput quantitative PCR
96 well and 384 well applications, new high throughput platforms, SNP application, gene expression real-time RT-PCR arrays, quantitative multiplexing, ..

Pre-analytical Steps
sampling technologies, DNA / RNA purification, DNA / RNA quality control, Reverse Transcription, RT quality control, external references, ..

qPCR NOS Session - Normalization & Optimization & Standardization
new types of normalization, one vs. multiple reference genes, genomic DNA as standard, external standards, optimization of the real-time PCR, inhibition of negative effects, optimization of real-time PCR efficiency, multiplexing, establishment of DNA / RNA standards, inter-run standards, national and international studies on qPCR standardization, quantification strategies, ........

qPCR BioStatistics & BioInformatics
software applications, calculation of relative expression, data mining, primer and probe design, real-time PCR efficiency determination, CP determination from amplification response curves by mathematical modelling, raw data analysis, statistics in real-time PCR, data management, 3D data visualization, ........


TATAA Biocenter Germany - qPCR Application workshops


At the TATAA Biocenter Germany we offer qPCR application workshops, the 3-day Core Module and a 2-day Biostatistics Module. qPCR courses are held in regularly in Gteborg, Sweden in English and in Freising-Weihenstephan, Germany in German and English. Depending on the occasion the workshop language and the different prices may apply. Further customized workshops and specialized trainings will be held as well across Europe and world-wide. TATAA Biocenter Germany courses are held in cooperation with the Institute of Physiology, located at the Technical University of Munich, in Freising-Weihenstephan, near Munich, very close to the Munich Airport (MUC). For more information and to register for the qpCR application workshops, please see our web page: http://tataa.gene-quantification.info/

Course Occasions 2007: Please register here: http://www.tataa.com/

- 29th Jan - 2nd Feb 2007 (in German) 3-day Core module and 2-day BioStatistics Module
- 29th Mar - 30th Mar (in English) at the qPCR 2007 event http://qpcr2007.gene-quantification.info/
- 7th May -11th May (in German) 3-day Core module and 2-day BioStatistics Module
- 2nd - 6th July (in English) 3-day Core module and 2-day BioStatistics Module

three workshops for 2 days (in parallel)
- 2-day Core Module
- 2-day BioStatistics Module
- 2-days Sample-prep/Immuno-qPCR mixed Module


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Best regards,

Michael W. Pfaffl
responsible Editor of the Gene Quantification Pages

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