From Singleplex to Multiplex: Making the Most Out of your Real-Time Experiments (Presented in Mandarin)

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From Singleplex to Multiplex: Making the Most Out of your Real-Time Experiments

August 10, 2007
Dr. Feng Pan

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Abstract:
Real-time PCR, a powerful advancement of the PCR technique, quantitates the initial amount of a template with more specificity, sensitivity, and reproducibility than any other method. It has been widely used for gene expression, genotyping, pathogen detection, and many other applications. In this webinar, Dr. Pan presents ways to achieve optimal sensitivity and reproducibility with every assay, from single-target amplification using SYBR Green I to multiple-target amplification (multiplexing). Every laboratory can benefit by using these methods to achieve better results.


About the speaker:
Dr. Feng Pan has been supporting real-time PCR applications for two years as a field application specialist at Bio-Rad Laboratories. Before that, he worked as a postdoctoral fellow in the department of cell biology at Harvard Medical School. He earned his PhD in biochemistry from the University of Rhode Island. Dr. Pan grew up in China and went to Nankai University, where he earned his BS in genetics.