The importance of correctly controlled qPCR
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Despite substantial advances in the accessibility and ease-of-use of PCR for diagnostics, generating an assay that delivers reliable, reproducible and meaningful results is still a challenging task.
We will explore:
- How the Eco 48 real-time quantitative PCR (qPCR) Thermal Cycler from PCRmax can be used for rapid development of robust bacterial and fungal assays.
- How to rely on the speed and precision of this technology for a range of assay applications, from quality assurance through to Intraopperative PCR.
- "Minimum Information for Publication of Quantitative real-time PCR Experiments" (MIQE) guidelines from author Stephen Bustin, Professor of Molecular Medicine, Anglia Ruskin University.
Stephen Bustin, Ph.D.
Professor of Molecular Medicine
Anglia Ruskin University