Preliminary qPCR 2004 Symposium Agenda

qPCR 2004 Symposium - Gene Quantification Newsletter gene.quantification at
Fri Dec 19 14:37:58 EST 2003

First International qPCR Symposium  &  Application Workshop
Transcriptomics, Clinical Diagnostics  &  Gene Quantification
3rd - 6th March, 2004 in Freising-Weihenstephan, Germany


Now available - Preliminary Symposium Agenda
70 internationally renown speakers will be participating in a lively and 
exciting programme enabling the valuable exchange of information in the 
qPCR field.

Up to now around 150 Abstracts submitted from 31 Nations worldwide

The Symposium and the Application Workshop presents unbiased international 
lectures & posters about quantification strategies, normalisation methods & 
new algorithms for exact nucleic acid quantification in the broad range of 
qPCR applications: Transcriptomics, Clinical Diagnostics, Food Hygiene & 
GMO, Expression profiling, Microbiology, Pharmacogenomics, Forensic, 
Nutrigenomics, Molecular Endocrinology, cDNA Array Verification, 
Theoretical qPCR, Pre-analytical Steps  &  RT, Isolation of Nucleic Acids.

Parallel to the Symposium an Industrial Exhibition will take place along 
with the congress, where an intensive conversation with numerous companies 
is possible (real-time PCR Cyclers, Kit Producers, Nucleic Acid 
Purification Systems, Enzyme Producers, Plastic ware Suppliers, etc.). 25 
companies agreed to participate at the Industrial Exhibition.


The organization team thank all Sponsors of the Symposium:


Platinum Sponsor Roche Diagnostics

Gold Sponsor BioRad

Gold Sponsor MJ Research

Silver Sponsor ABI Applied Biosystems

Silver Sponsor Eurogentec

Silver Sponsor Invitrogen

Silver Sponsor Premier Biosoft

Silver Sponsor Qiagen

Silver Sponsor Roboscreen & Invitek

Silver Sponsor Stratagene

Symposium registration:

Registration Form 

Registration Form 

Peaceful Christmas and a happy NEW YEAR 2004

Michael Pfaffl

Gene.Quantification @

e-mail:         gene.quantification at

responsible Senior Scientist:

PD Dr. Michael W. Pfaffl
Physiology - Weihenstephan
Life Science Center Weihenstephan,
Technical University of Munich
Weihenstephaner Berg 3
D-85350 Freising-Weihenstephan

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