Dynamics of DNA repair25th June
Institute of Experimental Medicine, CAS, and TATAA studies the dynamics of DNA repair among colorectal cancer patients by expression profiling
» TATAA’s highly optimized GrandPerformance assays for profiling of cancers – TATAA GrandPerformance qPCR Assays_Cancer Panel
Webcast – single cell23rd June
Webcast “In-vivo Single Cell Transcript Analyses for Systems Modelling” with Philip Day
Meet Olink in Barcelona19th June
Meet Olink at the Frontiers in CardioVascular Biology (FCVB) conference in Barcelona
Take the opportunity to meet Olink at the Frontiers in CardioVascular Biology (FCVB) conference in Barcelona, July 4-6, Booth #A5.
Visit their satellite symposium in Lecture Room 2, July 5, 12:00-13:00: Studying cardiovascular biomarkers in a way you could not do before: new innovative tools and their applications.
CEN lift SPIDIA as a success17th June
European Committee for Standardization (CEN) lift SPIDIA – The European project aiming to standardize the preanalytical process in molecular diagnostics as a success case.
ValidPrime™ in Kemivärlden Biotech13th June
ValidPrime™ is featured in the latest issue of Kemivärlden Biotech!
Open position at TATAA13th June
Applications are invited for an Experienced Researcher to work on method development for epigenetic signatures within the Marie Curie funded Initial Training Network EpiTrain at TATAA Biocenter.
Meet TATAA 20144th June
Meet TATAA Biocenter 2014
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.
Meet TATAA at GSGM3rd June
Meet TATAA at GSGM 2014 in Pruhonice, September 24-26
LGC researchers use ValidPrime™2nd June
LGC researchers use ValidPrime™ for Standardization of cell-free DNA measurement in plasma, controlling for extraction efficiency, fragment size bias and quantification.
Figure: Total number of RT and qPCR controls needed to check for gDNA background using traditional RT(-) approach and ValidPrime™. In an expression profiling experiment based on m samples and n assays, traditional set up requires m RT(-) reactions plus m x n qPCR controls, while using ValidPrime™ only m + n + 1 controls are needed.