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Dear researcher, Our event calendar informs about the latest events around qPCR which are compiled and summarised on http://events.gene-quantification.info Symposia, Meetings, Conferences, Workshops, Seminars, Online-Seminars, qPCR Education Program, etc ... Please submit your qPCR event here => events@gene-quantification.info mailto:events@gene-quantification.info * New course modules in 2010 at our BioEPS GmbH facilities * next courses in collaboration with Sigma - Aldrich in May 2010 * qPCR 2010 eConference in Vienna ---------------------------------------------------------------------- -------- qPCR WORKSHOPS BioEPS GmbH - qPCR Application Workshops Life Science is still a growing sector and new methods and technologies are continously developed. Therefore permanent training and education becomes so important. With our specific course program we are offering a range of high- quality course modules in cooperation with different companies to give a general and independent overview of existing qPCR technologies and systems. Our course issues are based on skilled know-how from own research studies and publications. Our aim is to point out a critical way of thinking to increase the quality and outcome of experimental data. All BioEPS services are based on the MIQE guidelines (Minimum Information for Publication of Quantitative real-time PCR Experiments), the first guidelines for quality assurance within qPCR technology => http://miqe.gene-quantification.info http://miqe.gene- quantification.info/ All courses are held regularly in Freising-Weihenstephan, Germany, in German and English language. Further customized workshops and specialized trainings will be held as well across Europe and world-wide. Workshops are powered by BioEPS GmbH http://www.bioeps.com/, located at the campus of the Technical University of Munich, in Freising- Weihenstephan, very close to the Munich Airport (MUC). For more information and registration, please see our web page => http://workshops.gene-quantification.info next course Real-time or quantitative PCR (qPCR) allows quantification of starting amounts of DNA, cDNA, or RNA templates. qPCR is based on the detection of a fluorescent reporter molecule that increases as PCR product accumulates with each cycle of amplification. Fluorescent reporter molecules include dyes that bind double-stranded DNA (i.e. SYBR Green I) or sequence-specific probes (i.e. Molecular Beacons or TaqMan® Probes). qPCR exceeds the limitations of traditional end-point PCR methods by allowing either absolute or relative quantification of the PCR product at the end of each cycle. This qPCR Workshop is an introductory course with theoretical and practical sessions. Participants will get an overview of qPCR technology from sampling to data analysis. Hands-on experiments show how to perform qPCR experiments under the supervision of Dr. Martina Reiter and Dr. Michael Pfaffl, both experts in qPCR technology and data analysis. Sessions on data analysis, normalization and quantification methods will explain how to reliable interpret qPCR results => Registration Form http://www.sigmaaldrich.com/europe/events/qpcr-seminar.html Day 1 - Experimental setup - Primer and probe design - Sampling, cDNA synthesis and pre-amplification - Optimization of qPCR protocols - Data analysis Day 2 - Absolute quantification - Relative quantification - Normalization - PCR efficiency calculation ---------------------------------------------------------------------- -------- Courses types * 3-day qPCR Basic Module * 2-day BioStatistics & Expression Profiling * 3-day single-cell qPCR * 2-day microRNA qPCR * 1-day HRM * 2-das qPCR-R data analysis NEW ! * 1-day Project Management NEW ! * 2-day Quality Management NEW ! Download course brochure 2010 http://www.gene-quantification.de /bioeps-course-programm-2010.pdf Courses 2010 * 4 - 5 May 2010 (E) 2-day Sigma-Aldrich qPCR customer training (Tue. - Wed.) * 10 - 11 May 2010 (E) 2-day qPC-R - data analysis using R packages (Mon.-Tue.) * 17 - 21 May 2010 3-day qPCR Basic Module (Mon. - Wed.) (G) & 2-day BioStatistics Module (Thu. - Fri.) (E) * 14 - 15 June 2010 (E) 2-day microRNA & qPCR (Mon.-Tue.) * 21 - 22 June 2010 (E) 2-day qPC-R - data analysis using R packages (Mon.-Tue.) * 12 - 15 July 2010 (E) 3-day qPCR Basic Module (Mon. - Wed.) & 1-day HRM Module (Thu.) Please register here ! http://site.bioeps.com/index.php?option=com_seminar&Itemid=6 ---------------------------------------------------------------------- -------- qPCR 2010 in Vienna International qPCR Symposium & Exhibition 7-9th April 2010 http://www.qpcr2010-vienna.net/ Main Topic “The ongoing evolution of qPCR” 330 attendee from 37 contries and 39 international companies in the industrial exhibition participate at the event 7 - 9th April 2010 in Vienna. During the symposium the presented talks and slides were recorded in high sound quality and movie resolution and they will be made available as eConfernce qPCR 2010 on our streaming server eConference.qPCR2010-Vienna.net http://econference.qpcr2010-vienna.net/ or eConference http://econference.bioeps.com/.bioeps.com http://econference.bioeps.com/ Up to now you can listen to our eSeminar and eConference promotion trailer => trailer.qPCR2010-Vienna.net http://trailer.qpcr2010-vienna.net/ All symposium participants have FREE access for a limted time to the recorded talks and to the updated online proceedings including all participants contact data. If you are interested to listen to the talks and presented slides you are welcome to register as USER in our ConfTool registration system http://registration.qpcr2010-vienna.net/ We will inform upon the eConference is available! We focus on End of April 2010. The talks by the plenary lecturer, selected invited academic and industrial speakers will be published in METHODS special qPCR Vol 50 issue 4 (April 2010) with the title “The ongoing evolution of qPCR”. At the meeting all participants will get a free hard cover of the issue => please view the TOC http://www.bioeps.com/qpcr2010/TOC-The- ongoing-evolution-of-qPCR-Methods-2010.pdf and HTML or PDF versions ht tp://www.sciencedirect.com/science?_ob=PublicationURL&_tockey=%23TOC%2 36953%232010%23999499995%231783327%23FLA%23&_cdi=6953&_pubType=J&_auth =y&_acct=C000032324&_version=1&_urlVersion=0&_userid=5735635&md5=72f1e b742fa5732f5f902ea204c68468 Best regards The BioEPS organisation team Martina Reiter, Sylvia & Michael Pfaffl Symposium sessions: * MIQE and QM strategies in qPCR * High throughput quantitative PCR – digital PCR * HRM – High Resolution Melting - Epigenetics * CNA - Circulating nucleic acids * Single-cell qPCR * RNAi - microRNA - siRNA Applications – miRNA normalisation * qPCR BioStatistics & BioInformatics ---------------------------------------------------------------------- -------- Next event Developments in Real-Time PCR Research and molecular diagnostics May 31st -June 3rd 2010, Göteborg, Sweden http://www.qpcrsymposium.eu/ Symposium Focus: Powerful gene expression tools have been around for some time and they are continuously improved and refined. In parallel exciting applications are being developed. In this TATAA symposium on: "Developments in Real-Time PCR - Research and Molecular Diagnostics" we will put our focus to Multimarker molecular diagnostics, pathogen detection in food, feed and medical samples, new technologies for human diagnostics, qPCR data management and analysis and forthcoming technologies Symposium Highlights: * Single cell qPCR, Stem cells and tumor stem cells * High resolution melting, methylation analysis and epigenetics * MicroRNA expression profiling * High throughput multiplexed immunoassays * Standardizations, quality control and method validation * Standard operating procedures, Biostatistics and Bioinformatics * High throughput qPCR platforms, qPCR on chip, integrated platforms * Alternative diagnostic methods for genetic analysis * Trends in molecular diagnostics in Europe Best regards, Michael W. 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