SINGLE-CELL FLUORESCENT PCR SEMINAR
ianf at epid.leeds.ac.uk
Wed Mar 8 11:47:04 EST 1995
I am organising a seminar that users of this group may be interested in:
Title: Fluorescent PCR and Single-Cell Analysis
Date 15th May 1995. One day seminar from 9.30am to 6pm.
Organisers: Ian Findlay, Phil Quirke, Andy Urquhart, Alan Handyside
Venue: Weetwood Hall Hotel and Conference Centre, University of Leeds,
Otley Road, Leeds, LS16 5PS.
Costs: Registration is free for first 100 non-commercial delegates.
Lunch, morning and afternoon refreshments will be provided.
Sponsorship: Sponsorship of the Seminar will be provided by Perkin Elmer (Applied Biosystems Division).
Accommodation for speakers will be provided within the Conference centre.
Other delegates should arrange their accommodation separately either with the Conference Centre (Telephone 0113 230 6000) or elsewhere. Details of alternative accommodation can be provided on request.
Introduction to fluorescence GeneScan technology (Dave Watts, Perkin-Elmer)
Optimisation of key parameters affecting in situ PCR (Steve Picton, Perkin Elmer)
New developments in DNA fragment analysis (Dave Watts, Perkin Elmer)
Demonstration of fluorescent PCR/GeneScan technology (ABI)
Applications of fluorescent PCR.
Single-gene defects (Fraser Lewis)
DNA fingerprinting + forensics (Andy Urquhart)
Single-cell PCR, sexing, CF diagnosis and fingerprinting (Ian Findlay)
Update on preimplantation diagnosis (Alan Handyside)
As the number of delegates is limited, places will be allocated on a first-come first-served basis. As demand is likely to be high, it would be advantageous to register (free) as soon as possible.
If you wish to present a free communication, please inform the organisers so that arrangements can be made as soon as possible.
Registration and further details can be obtained from: Ian Findlay, Institute of Epidemiology, University of Leeds, 34, Hyde Terrace, Leeds, LS2 9LN. Telephone 0113 292 6459, fax 0113 292 6452 or preferably by email at ianf at epid.leeds.ac.uk.
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