AdnaNews Vol 1, issue 226th November
» Read AdnaNews – Learn more about AdnaGen’s CE-certified kits and latest research in CTC profiling
European Life Science Awards22nd November
Nominate candidates for the European Life Science Awards!
Stem cell report18th November
Postdoc position18th November
Postdoc position opportunity at University of Skövde in collaboration with TATAA
TATAA Seminar – BioMark applications15th November
“MIQE-guidelines and Validation of qPCR Experiments for BioMark Applications”
TATAA seminar by Robert Sjöback, PhD
|Venue:||Belfragesalen, BMC D15, Bio Medicine Center (BMC), Lund University, Klinikgatan 22184|
|Date and time:||November 26, 2013; 15.30 hrs to 16.30 hrs|
Webcast: Single cell analysis15th November
PCR in-depth focus15th November
• Challenges for qRT-PCR in detecting / quantifying microRNA in vitro and in vivo
• Emerging clinical applications of digital PCR
• Workshop Preview: Advanced 3d cell based assays, preparation, analysis and troubleshooting
PCR 30 years14th November
Read “PCR @ 30: 30 Years Young and Still Evolving” by Mikael Kubista in GEN and interview of Kary Mullis, the inventor of PCR.
After specializing in qPCR for more than a decade TATAA Biocenter now introduces its own series of mixes for optimal and high quality results. Our mission is to deliver a reagent series that provides superior qPCR performances in a variety of applications and throughout the entire qPCR workflow.
Single cell lysis14th November
TATAA publishes on single cell lysis in Frontiers in Oncology
Meet TATAA in Stockholm6th November
Take the opportunity to talk to us about qPCR!
We will help you to get the most out of your qPCR experiments by introducing our services, products and courses, and we are happy to discuss any questions you may have regarding the entire qPCR workflow.
Stockholm, December 5-6, 2013 at Karolinska Institutet
|Time:||December 5: 8:30 AM-5:30 PM|
|December 6: 8:30 AM-1:30 PM|
Do not miss – presentation by Dr. Mikael Kubista, founder and CEO of TATAA Biocenter
Taking Expression Profiling to New Levels
qPCR is developing into the most powerful platform to profile samples extracting the biologically relevant information. Major breakthroughs in recent years include the development of highly accurate methods for the profiling of various biomolecules including mRNA, microRNA, lncRNA and protein, combined with robust preamplification methods that allow the profiling of large number of markers starting with minute sample amounts, including single cells.
In my talk I will present some of the most recent tools and illustrate the approaches by presenting the first single cell multiway study, where response to brain trauma in mice is studied over time using single cell expression profiling, the first single cell multianalyte profiling study, where DNA, mRNA, microRNA, lncRNA and protein are measured in the same cell, and qPCR tomography to measure intracellular mRNA gradients that lead to asymmetric cell division.