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Dec 12, 2019
6:00 AM–7:00 AM (EDT)
Online
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Duração: 1hrs

Limitations of conventional PCR and qPCR when dealing with difficult, low-volume samples and complex mixtures with high background of competitive molecules and inhibitors have posed frequent challenges for researchers and clinicians in their routine work. With the new generation of PCR technologies, digital PCR has opened doors for diverse applications, and researchers are learning to ask questions only digital PCR can answer. Join QIAGEN's webinar on how digital PCR can help take your research applications through and beyond those challenges.

Dec 12, 2019
9:00 AM–10:00 AM (EDT)
Online
Webinar
Duração: 1hrs

Limitations of conventional PCR and qPCR when dealing with difficult, low-volume samples and complex mixtures with high background of competitive molecules and inhibitors have posed frequent challenges for researchers and clinicians in their routine work. With the new generation of PCR technologies, digital PCR has opened doors for diverse applications, and researchers are learning to ask questions only digital PCR can answer. Join QIAGEN's webinar on how digital PCR can help take your research applications through and beyond those challenges.

Dec 12, 2019
11:00 AM–12:00 PM (EST)
Online
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Duração: 1hrs
In this webinar we introduce the QIAseq Multimodal Panels, a novel solution for simultaneous extraction, enrichment and sequencing of DNA variants, RNA fusions and gene expression levels from a single sample.
Dec 12, 2019
1:00 PM–2:00 PM (EDT)
Online
Webinar
Duração: 1hrs

Limitations of conventional PCR and qPCR when dealing with difficult, low-volume samples and complex mixtures with high background of competitive molecules and inhibitors have posed frequent challenges for researchers and clinicians in their routine work. With the new generation of PCR technologies, digital PCR has opened doors for diverse applications, and researchers are learning to ask questions only digital PCR can answer. Join QIAGEN's webinar on how digital PCR can help take your research applications through and beyond those challenges.

Dec 17, 2019
9:00 AM–10:00 AM (EST)
Online
Webinar
Duração: 1hrs
In this webinar, we will discuss new evidence on eukaryotes as fundamental species in two ecosystems - the phyllosphere and the human gut, emphasizing that future microbiome studies should characterize the multitrophic interactions between microeukaryotes, other microorganisms, and the host.
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