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qPCR Satellite Symposium & qPCR Workshop
& qPCR Industrial Exhibition
7 - 11th March 2005
the BioCity Leipzig, Deutscher
Platz 5, 04103 Leipzig, Germany
An international Symposium open to everybody who is interested in qPCR.
The main focus of the qPCR symposium will be related to the key problems in qPCR:
Optimisation, Normalisation & Standardisation
Leading European academic researchers and international industrial contributors from the R&D will participate in the symposium and present 23 innovative and interesting talks and a small Industrial Poster Session. The symposium will be an arena for fruitful discussions between researchers of different backgrounds. It is divided in 6 sessions offering an overview of the present knowledge and new applications:
7 - 9th March
under the supervision of Neven Zoric
powered by TATAA Biocenter www.TATAA.com
workshop is aimed
at giving participants
a deeper understanding of real-time quantitative PCR and its
applications. The courses are intended for persons interested in, or
starting out with the technology.
The course covers all aspects in qPCR, from sample preparation to data analysis and is held during 3 days. The course is approximately 50% hands-on as is limited to 15 participants, resulting in very interactive teaching and everybody given the opportunity to try the instrumentation.
After the course participants will be able to plan and perform qPCR experiments themselves, as well as interpret and analyze data.
The cost of the Workshop is 550 Euro and includes course material, lunch and snacks.
| qPCR Workshop agenda
- 11th March
organized by Dr. Michael W. Pfaffl
and powered by www.BioScience-Events.com
The qPCR workshop is fully booked !
Leading European academic researchers and international industrial contributors from the R&D will participate in the symposium and present 23 innovative and interesting talks. The symposium will be an arena for fruitful discussions between researchers of different backgrounds and is divided in 6 sessions offering an overview of the present knowledge and future developments in qPCR technology and its new applications. The main focus of the talks in the qPCR Satellite Symposium will be the Optimisation, Normalisation and Standardisation of the real-time PCR and RT-PCR reaction.
The qPCR Workshop offers hands-on training by leading experts in qPCR from TATAA Biocenter www.tataa.com Major probe technologies will be demonstrated, leading and emerging instrument platforms will be presented, and advanced primer and probe design programs will be available. Hands-on training will be provided on quantitative gene expression, including design and optimization of both RT and qPCR protocols.
qPCR Workshop agenda
1: Pre-analytical steps
Moderator: M. W. Pfaffl
Session 2: Single cell PCR Moderator: M. Kubista
Session 3: Probes Technologies Moderator: S. Bustin
Session 4: Quantification strategies & Optimization Moderator: S. Bustin
Session 5: Applications Moderator: N. Zoric
Session 6: Post PCR & Bioinformatics Moderator: M. W. Pfaffl
10 - 11th March
The qPCR Industrial Exhibition
is fully booked !
Industrial Poster Session:
Booking with this form and applying the quoted special rates will only be possible by end of January.
The prices apply per night and room and include breakfast and statutory VAT.
close to the BioCity Leipzig
In the hotels around the BioCity Leipzig we have special discounts.
Please do your own reservations with the below PDF registration forms.
Hotel Booking Form Formular für Hotelbuchung
elegante 4-star-hotel, about 3 km in the south of the city centre, access to public transport
single: 75.00 €
Hotel Mercure Am Johannisplatz
modern first-class hotel in the city centre
single: 98.00 €
modern 4-star-hotel with a individual atmosphere in the city centre
single: 61.00 €
Breslauer Str. 33
4-star-hotel in a quiet, late-19th-centrury district, travel free on public transport, about 3 km from the city centre
single: 59.00 €
3-star-hotel with a family atmosphere, about 2 km from the city centre
single: 64.00 €
Galerie Hotel Leipziger Hof
family run 3-star-hotel, near the city centre, with art gallery
single: 69.00 €
||More information about the
In co-operation with the Leipzig Volkszeitung we offer you the Leipzig LVZ-online-city-map.
You will find there:
transportation in Leipzig
LVB City guide
Arriving by train
When you arrive in Leipzig by train you step out of the Main station (the main railway station) directly into the centre of the city. The station was completed in 1915 and with its 24 platforms it is the biggest terminus station and also one of the largest passenger railway stations in Europe.
The excellent railway links mean you can reach Leipzig rapidly and reliably. From here you can easily reach your accommodation or visit the many sites of the city and its surroundings using the Leipzig Municipal Transport Services bus and rail transport. Further information is available to you on arrival from the LVB Mobility Centre opposite the Main station and naturally in our City Guide too.
Arriving by air
way to reach Leipzig if you are coming some
distance or from abroad is by air.
From here you can easily reach your accommodation or visit the many sites of the city and its surroundings using the Leipzig Municipal Transport Services bus and rail transport. Further information is available to you on arrival from the LVB Mobility Centre opposite the Main station and naturally in our City Guide too.
If you haven’t got a ticket, you can buy one at the Airport from an LVB ticket machine. The these are located in the arrivals area at the access to the railway platforms.
| The qPCR event
is the satellite symposium to the
100. Versammlung der Anatomischen Gesellschaft in Leipzig from 11
- 14th of March 2005
Program of the 100. Versammlung der Anatomischen Gesellschaft
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