SwedenBIO Award31st January
Nominate candidates for SwedenBIO award
Send your nomination before April 30
Assay design and validation24th January
Improve performance with ZEN™ Double-Quenched Probes and gBlocks® Gene Fragments
TATAA Biocenter offers design and validation of optimal probe based qPCR assays and standards for calibration, using ZEN™ Double-Quenched Probes and gBlocks® Gene Fragments from Integrated DNA Technologies (IDT). With our extensive knowledge and experience we help you to get the validated assays and standards you need to get better results, faster.
ZEN™ Internal Quencher
- Improves sensitivity – increases the end point signal and reduces Cq values
- Improves precision – reduces background fluorescence
- Maximum quenching even for probes as long as 40 bases, due to the internal ZEN™ quencher
- Choose from 5 dye options; FAM, HEX, TET, MAX, and JOE
Optional validation – gBlocks® Gene Fragments
Custom synthetic quantification standards – Know the absolute concentration of your standard by choosing validation with digital PCR
- Each gBlock® Gene Fragment is sequence-verified
- Sufficiently long (up to 750 bp) to mimic native template
- Sufficiently short not to produce background
Price examples (SEK)
Assay Design only –
Assay Validation only – gBlocks®
Open position at TATAA23rd January
Product and logistics assistant at TATAA Gothenburg
Applications are invited for a product and logistics assistant to work with the sales team. The main tasks will be packing and shipping orders, inventory of stocked products, sorting the e-mail database, website updates and more. The position is for approximately 12 hrs per week during office hours, preferably during Monday – Wednesday. Number of hours per week is negotiable. Students within molecular biology or similar are encouraged to apply.
TATAA Biocenter is world’s largest organizer of hands-on training in quantitative real-time PCR, Europe’s leading provider of nucleic acid analysis services, and Sweden’s most comprehensive distributor of products for nucleic acids analysis. TATAA Biocenter has the best equipped laboratories for qPCR based analysis in Europe, and provides contract research for a full range of nucleic acid analysis services, including primer and probe design, validation, quality control, profiling, data and pathway analysis, and kit and instrument evaluation to pharmaceutical and biotech companies. TATAA offers a seamless workflow, with all the instrumentation necessary for performing high quality experiments and for optimal sample handling, meeting the specific requirements for compliance with ISO17025 standard. TATAA core facility laboratories are also available for academic researchers. Founded in 2001, TATAA has permanent facility in Gothenburg, Sweden, and Prague, Czech Republic.
Starting date and further information
Submit your application (personal letter, CV and names of two references) to email@example.com. Starting date will be agreed between TATAA and the applicant, but the position will be filled as soon as possible.
Congratulations Vendula!23rd January
TATAA congratulates Vendula Novosadova for successfully defending her PhD thesis on single cell profiling of astrocytes performed in collaboration with TATAA Biocenter.
Congratulations David!23rd January
TATAA congratulates David Svec for successfully defending his PhD thesis on single cell profiling performed at TATAA Biocenter.
Meet TATAA22nd January
Meet TATAA at Karolinska 30/1
10.50 – 11.30 Mikael Kubista: TATAA Biocenter, High throughput single cell analysis
Top Pharma and Biotech companies22nd January
GEN’s list of the top 15 pharma companies and top 25 biotech companies has been updated for 2014
Exiqon grant16th January
Grant for microRNA, lncRNA and mRNA profiling available from Exiqon
Webinars in Chinese and Korean15th January
TATAA tutorial webinars now available in Chinese and Korean!
For the Korean translation there is a file with translation of each slide on the side of the presentation window:
App Note – Single cell13th January
TATAA Biocenter and Life Technologies publishes application note on Single cell multianalyte profiling