[Histonet] [Fwd: qPCR Seminars at Univ of WA & FHCRC]

From:Victor Tobias

For those of you in the Pacific NW.


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Subject: 	qPCR Seminars at Univ of WA & FHCRC
Date: 	Wed, 29 Oct 2008 16:36:52 -0400 (EDT)
From: 	Sigma-Aldrich 
To: 	vtobias@u.washington.edu

*qPCR Principles and Applications Seminar*

*TITLE:* Assay Optimization Techniques to Improve Target Quantification

*TWO seminar times are available for your convenience:*

*DATE:* Tuesday, November 4, 2008
*TIME:* 10:30 a.m. - 12 noon
*PLACE:* Foege Auditorium (UW Genome Sciences, Rm. S-060)

* OR *

*DATE:* Wednesday, November 5, 2008
*TIME:* 10:00 am - 11:30 a.m.
*PLACE:* Pelton Auditorium, FHCRC

*/Refreshments will be served./*

*_Topics that will be discussed include:_*

    * Improving Assay design
    * Potential issues with template variability
    * Improving data normalization
    * Consistency in data analysis

Quantitative PCR 
the evident requirement for quantitative data analysis in molecular 
medicine, biotechnology, diagnostics and other areas, and has become the 
method of choice for the quantification of nucleic acid targets and 
identification of sequence-specific variations. Often described as a 
"gold" standard, these are far from being routine assays.

Dr. Nolan is an internationally recognized molecular biologist with an 
expertise in the field of mRNA quantification using qPCR. She is 
co-author of the specialist textbook The A-Z of Quantitative PCR (ed 
S.A. Bustin; IUL Press) and co-author of the SPUD and mRNA integrity assays

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