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Xtalks Life Science Webinars
1235 Bay St. Suite 802
Toronto M5R 3K4
(416) 977-6555

Event Description

In this webinar, experts share their knowledge in advanced PCR methods and instrumentation and their application across a variety of lab practices to demonstrate PCR’s versatility in molecular testing.

The webinar will cover some of the technical challenges and considerations in assay development which pushes PCR and qPCR applications beyond the typical boundaries of these methods. These talks will be of interest for those exploring assay miniaturization on high-throughput instrumentation while simultaneously increasing the data output by multiplexing assays. The presentation will also focus on the development of assays where sensitivity is paramount with digital PCR (dPCR). This would be relevant to those interested in the best practices for sampling and data analysis using digital PCR, particularly in the field of infectious disease research.

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Event Details

Conference/Event Dates: 07/13/2016 - 07/13/2016
Classification: B2B
Primary Industry: Clinical Pharmacology
Other Industries: Clinical Pharmacology, Professional Healthcare
Cost to Attend: Free
Audience: This webinar is relevant to individuals who are interested in both the technical and the practical considerations of performing qPCR and PCR on specialized platforms. One portion will focus on a high-throughput qPCR platform, which operates at microliter and sub-microliter reaction volumes. The second portion of the webinar will target those who are interested in digital PCR (dPCR) and the unique considerations for sampling and data interpretation.

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