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[Arabidopsis] TATAA qPCR Application Workshops

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Fri Jan 20 03:28:49 EST 2006

TATAA qPCR Application Workshops

Dear researcher,

we want to introduce the TATAA Biocenter Open Courses in qPCR.


We have found that the demand for reliable training in the field of
quantitative real-time PCR (qPCR) is huge and to coordinate these we
aim to arrange various three day basic courses all over Europe in 2006.
The first course day will be directed to people planning or considering
using qPCR in their research and also users not yet fully familiar will
qPCR. The second day targets more advanced users and people
concentrating on different quantification strategies. The third day
focuses on aspects in sample preparation and reverse transcription. The
courses contain both theoretical seminars and a lot hands-on training
with experienced supervision.
Education and practical training will be performed on multiple
platforms (e.g. LightCycler 2.0, Rotor-Gene 3000, Mx4000, and
RealPlex). At TATAA Biocenter Germany as well pipetting robots for high
throughput application will be presented.
Courses in Ghent will be in collaboration with Jo of real practical
Vandesompele and all courses at TATAA Biocenter Germany will be held
under the supervision of Michael W. Pfaffl.


Download => short qPCR course description at the TATAA Biocenter

Download => access to TATAA Biocenter Germany, Physiology, TUM,
Freising Weihenstephan

register for TATAA workshops


European wide Course Occasions 2006:

7th - 10th February in LaCoruna, Spain
21st - 24th February in Gothenburg, Sweden
1st - 3rd March in Freising-Weihenstephan, first workshop at TATAA
Biocenter Germany
14th - 17th March in Ghent, Belgien
28th - 31st March in Gothenburg
4th - 6th April in Freising-Weihenstephan
25th - 29th April  in Gothenburg
16th - 18th May in Freising-Weihenstephan
30th May - 2nd June in Gothenburg
27th - 29th June in Freising-Weihenstephan


Please send the qPCR NEWS to further scientists and friends who are
interested in qPCR and in our Academic & Industrial Information
Platform for qPCR.

best regards

Michael W. Pfaffl
Manager TATAA Biocenter Germany

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