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Quantitative PCR 08

Conference Proceeding CD Now Available
  • Speaker Presentations
  • Poster Abstracts
  • and More!

Useful in nearly every application of nucleic acid analysis quantitative PCR (qPCR or real-time PCR) has revolutionized molecular biology in basic, industrial, and clinical settings because of its unique sensitivity and specificity. In theory, qPCR allows accurate and precise quantification of product during the exponential phase, where the amplification rate is similar across samples regardless of target amount. However, because of the multiple steps for qPCR - theory and actuality don’t always coincide. Learn from savvy, seasoned researchers as they share their experiences with the latest technologies, proven tips, and cutting edge results at CHI’s 4th Annual Quantitative PCR: Getting the Basics Right.

Getting the Basics Right:

  • Assay Development
  • Assay Validation
  • Deciphering the Data
  • Novel Technologies
  • Novel Applications


Join Industry Thought Leaders for:

  • Interactive Problem Solving
  • Core Manager Insights
  • Venting and Validation Discussion Groups
  • In-Depth Short Courses


Scientific Advisory Committee

Pamela Scott Adams, Trudeau Institute
Andrew Brooks, Rutgers University
Stephen A. Bustin., University of London
Steven Enkemann., H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center  and Research Institute
Daniel R. McClernon, GlaxoSmithKline
Gregory L. Shipley, The University of Texas Health Science Center- Houston


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