Appuntamenti

Real Time and Digital PCR advanced application with the QuantStudio

June 14th, 2017 – h 1.00 p.m.

Real Time and Digital PCR advanced application with the QuantStudioTM Instrument Series

SPEAKERS

Dr. Letizia GERACE, Senior Field Application Scientist,

Dr. Lorenzo SANGIORGIO, Sr Associated Sales FAS,

Dr. Alberto Madini, Sr Instruments Sales Representative, Thermo Fisher Scientific

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Flexibility. Versatility. Connectivity. Speed. Precision. Everyone’s needs are unique and that’s why we have created and recently expanded the Applied Biosystems™ QuantStudio™ family of real-time PCR and digital PCR systems. Now you can pick the qPCR platform that best fits your research requirements.

High-throughput RealTime Genotyping and Gene Expression: OpenArray® technology on the QuantStudio™ 12K Flex Real-Time PCR System accelerates genomic confirmation and screening, enabling unprecedented gene coverage and sample throughput. With OpenArray® technology on the QuantStudio™ 12K Flex system, a single user can now easily complete most projects in days instead of weeks, and generate from 1 to over 12,000 data points in a single run. A broad selection of predesigned and custom plate formats are available to meet the specific needs of a wide spectrum of research applications.

Digital PCR: the QuantStudio® 3D Digital PCR System minimizes the level of expertise needed to perform digital PCR. Simply load the reaction mix onto the uniquely tagged chip, amplify on a dual flat block thermal cycler, and read the target concentration in less than a minute on the QuantStudio® 3D Digital PCR Instrument. Samples and amplification products remain completely contained throughout the streamlined process, and an easily interpretable answer (in target copies/μL) is produced. In comparison, current droplet-based methods involve multiple pipette transfer steps and expose the reaction mixture to the environment, which may increase the likelihood of cross-contamination and the release of amplicons to surfaces and equipment in the lab.

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The seminar will take place in the Aula D Istituti Biologici B.go Roma, Strada le Grazie 8 – 37134 Verona

Local organization and contact:

Dr.ssa Maria Teresa Valenti: mariateresa.valenti@univr.it
Prof. Massimo Delledonne: massimo.delledonne@univr.it

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