[Plant-biology] qPCR 2005 - call for TALKS and POSTERS

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qPCR 2005 - call for TALKS and POSTERS
2nd International qPCR Symposium & Industrial Exhibition & Application


The whole story of quantitative PCR - from Tissue Preparation to

5 - 9th September 2005 in Freising-Weihenstephan,
Technical University of Munich, Physiology Weihenstephan, Germany

call for TALKS and POSTERS
submit your contribution here: https://www.wzw.tum.de/conftool/

The event is divided in
1. qPCR Symposium from 5 - 7th September,
2. qPCR Industrial Exhibition from 5 - 7th September
3. qPCR Workshop from 7 - 9th September
3.1 classical qPCR Workshop by the TATAA Biocenter
3.2 qPCR Matrix Workshop

The location is the central lecture hall and the foyer at TUM
(Technical University Munich) in Freising Weihenstephan. We are part of
the biggest Biotech Cluster in Germany and Europe, located close to the
Munich airport, and in the heart of Bavaria.

The scientific organization will be managed by a similar team like last

Scientific board:

Stephen Bustin, Prof. of Molecular Science QM, School of Medicine,
London, UK
Mikael Kubista, Prof. of Biotechnology, MultiD Analyses AB, Gothenburg,
Vladimir Benes, EMBL, Genomics Core Facility, Heidelberg, Germany
Neven Zoric, Coordinator of TATAA Biocenter, Sweden (coordinator TATAA
application workshop)
Heinrich H.D. Meyer, Prof. of Physiology, Weihenstephan, Germany
Michael W. Pfaffl, Reader in Physiology, Weihenstephan, Germany
scientific coordinator of the Symposium and the matrix workshop
qPCR2005 at wzw.tum.de

Special guest: Russell G. Higuchi
Pioneer in real-time PCR, Associate Director of the Human Genetics
Department, Roche Molecular Systems, Alemada, CA, USA
Event organization: Ulrich Wild, TUM-Tech GmbH Munich
ulrich.wild at tumtech.de

I am looking forward to meet you in September at the Symposium in

Michael Pfaffl

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