Posts Tagged: qPCR

Road to the cure

Road to the cure – from stem cells to new muscle

What’s the best way to describe a researcher’s path in life science? “Road to the Cure” fits almost perfectly. Nearly every research topic in life science is connected to a disease, so whether you are working, for example, in cancer, neurodegenerative diseases or muscular dystrophy research, all that matters is that you are on the… Read article →


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Top FAQs in qPCR

Since the development of high-throughput techniques such as next-generation sequencing and RNA-seq, “omics” type data has really taken off. Proven methods, like qPCR, are routinely used in combination with these high-throughput methods in labs across the world. Real-time PCR (quantitative PCR, qPCR) is a well-established method for gene expression analysis due to its superior sensitivity,… Read article →


Biogenesis

miRNA-seq vs qPCR in 2017: an update

Time marches on and technology with it, and these new advances yield new perspectives. Of particular interest to this blog is the changing technology and perspective on microRNA profiling methods. Two years ago, I wrote about the pros and cons of 3 methods commonly used for miRNA expression analysis, NGS, qPCR and microarray, and concluded… Read article →


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A 2-part webinar series: Advantages of multiplex PCR and automated PCR analysis with the QIAxcel Advanced

Are you looking for a technology that combines specificity and sensitivity of parallel amplification reactions with high performance in a single reaction tube? In this 2-part webinar series, our experts will discuss how you can conduct successful multiplex PCR and automate your analysis with the QIAxcel Advanced. Multiplex PCR has a multitude of advantages and… Read article →


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Join our 2-part webinar series! Intro to qPCR and role of RNAs as biomarkers in cardiovascular research

Cardiovascular diseases (CVD) are a leading cause of morbidity and mortality worldwide. Preventative and therapeutic strategies focused on controlling traditional risk factors have not always been successful. Recently, the use of miRNAs as novel biomarkers in CVD has opened up new possibilities for discovering novel therapeutic targets and understanding CVD development. To date, the total… Read article →