Today, one of the biggest challenges for biologists is the ability to understand and analyse the genome expressed in a given cell type in its tissue environment. What are the most recent techniques for performing molecular analyses on ever-smaller and purer cell populations? This is what will bring together 250 scientists from all over the world, working in all areas covered by microgenomics, for a two-day event in Paris in May 2014.
The aim of this first congress of its kind is to bring together internationally renowned experts in the field and offer an overview of the present knowledge for obtaining high quality molecules and of future developments in "-omic" tools (DNA, RNA and protein) for genome analysis at the cellular level.
The symposium on Microgenomics will be held on 15-16 May 2014, at the Pierre and Marie Curie University, in the heart of the city of Paris.
Deadline for abstract submission: 28 February 2014!
Are you performing precise molecular analyses thanks to the following techniques?
- flow cytometry
- laser-capture microdissection
- DEP array, NGS, digital PCR
- WGA, LC-MS/MS, RPMA...
Join the experts in Paris, submit your abstract and share your work and results!
Register to attend the Symposium on Microgenomics and attend state-of-the-art presentations along a day and a half in the city of light.
"Taking Expression Profiling to New Dimensions" by Mikael Kubista, Founder and CEO of the TATAA Biocenter, Institute of Biotechnology AS CR in Prague, Czech Republic.
"Advantages or disadvantages of different methods for proteomics analysis" by Lance Liotta, Co-director of George Mason University’s Center for Applied Proteomics and Molecular Medicine.
"Driving Genomics to the Single-Cell Level: Analysis of RNA Expression Using qPCR and RNAseq" by Ken Livak, Senior Scientific Fellow Fluidigm Corporation South San Francisco, CA USA.
"Exosome isolation and holistic expression profiling using RNA-Seq and RT-qPCR" by Michael W. Pfaffl, Professor, Technical University of Münich, Germany.
"How to measure DNA, miRNA, ncRNA, mRNA and proteins in the same sample using qPCR, potentially at the single-cell level" by Anders Stahlberg, Associate Professor Department of Pathology Sahlgrenska Cancer Center Sahlgrenska Academy at University of Gothenburg Medicinaregatan, Sweden.
"Characterization of very rare immune cell types through their purification and gene expression profiling" by Marc Dalod, CNRS-Centre d'immunologie de Marseilles-Luminy France.
"CTC collected from DEPArray and single-cell genomic analysis" by Christoph Klein, Universität Regensburg, Germany.