Dienstag, 22. November 2016

MIQE guideline was cited 5.000 times

The qPCR and dPCR MIQE guidelines – A success story!

The MIQE guidelines and the resulting scientific validity will be supported by more and more researchers, biological journals, academic and commercial institutions. Today late November 2016 we count 5000 citations for the MIQE guideline applied in qPCR and 185 citations for the digital PCR (dPCR) MIQE guideline (measured by Google Scholar). Hence the qPCR and dPCR MIQE guidelines are a worldwide full success story which will be driven forward by the scientific community.

Donnerstag, 17. November 2016

Accelerating your qPCR data analysis | qbase+

Your benefits using qbase+

Save time
  • The analysis wizard guides you through different steps to perfom reliable analysis of your real-time PCR data
  • Excluding bad data is easy 
  • Effortless scaling for larger experiments
  • Stop wondering where to find your data, qbase+ stores all of it in a structured way!
More reliable results
  • qbase+ is based on peer-reviewed quantification models for PCR efficiency correction, error propagation, inter-run calibration and statistics (Hellemans et al., Genome Biology, 2007). 
  • Extensive quality control which is (often) neglected in Excel-templates
  • Reduced risk of making mistakes in comparision to Excel-templates
MIQE & RDML compliancy
  • qbase+ helps applying rigorous MIQE compliant procedures and guides the experimenter to highest quality results. The analyzed and annotated experiments can easily be exported to RDML 1.2 files which can be used as supplemental data for publication.

Sonntag, 30. Oktober 2016

Oct 2016 qPCR NEWS -- Big Data in Transcriptomics & Molecular Biology

Dear researcher,

Our October 2016 newsletter informs about the latest news in gene expression profiling using qPCR and related methods, which are compiled and summarised on www.Gene-Quantification.info

The focus of the Oct 2016 qPCR NEWS issue is:
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Donnerstag, 29. September 2016

Biomolecular Detection and Quantification -- September 2016 issue

Biomolecular Detection and Quantification Biomolecular Detection and Quantification
Volume 9 ,  Pages A1-A4, 1-40, September 2016

Science in the UK − whereto now?   
Pages A1-A4
Stephen Bustin
  Original Research Articles
Flexible analysis of digital PCR experiments using generalized linear mixed models   Original Research Article
Pages 1-13
Matthijs Vynck, Jo Vandesompele, Nele Nijs, Björn Menten, Ariane De Ganck, Olivier Thas
Influence of primer & probe chemistry and amplification target on reverse transcription digital PCR quantification of viral RNA   Original Research Article
Pages 20-28
Fran Van Heuverswyn, Maria Karczmarczyk, Heinz Schimmel, Stefanie Trapmann, Hendrik Emons
Validation of a digital PCR method for quantification of DNA copy number concentrations by using a certified reference material   Original Research Article
Pages 29-39
Liesbet Deprez, Philippe Corbisier, Anne-Marie Kortekaas, Stéphane Mazoua, Roxana Beaz Hidalgo, Stefanie Trapmann, Hendrik Emons
  Short Communication
Methods for comparing multiple digital PCR experiments   
Pages 14-19
Michał Burdukiewicz, Stefan Rödiger, Piotr Sobczyk, Mario Menschikowski, Peter Schierack, Paweł Mackiewicz