The 2021 meeting will focus on the challengs in using powerful qPCR tool. inded it enables the detection of rare point mutations and mutations induced by gene editing in a background of wild-type sequences. However, in a clinical setting, users have to pay a crucial attention to the accuracy, reproducibility, assay optimisation, multiplexing, standardisation and translating methods into applications. Over the meeting, case studies and interactive sessions will explore qPCR & DPCR across diverse areas such as oncology, infectious diseases, vaccines, clinical applications, microbiology, and other novel applications. The meeting is collocated with the 3rd Flow Cytometry Congress and the 3rd Liquid Biopsies Congress. Attendees can track hop across all three events.
G. Pavlovic, from PHENOMIN-ICS will share some of our data using ddPCR in mice by presenting "Evaluation of the reliability of the digital droplet PCR and RT-ddPCR on a large number of samples and targets" - Tuesday Dec. 7th