Workshop: Real-time 0.5-1.8 μl PCR on a Microchip: Nucleic Acid Detection and Identification
Date: May 04, 2018, 10 am – 4 pm PST
Venue: UBC Campus: ETC3 Vancouver (3800 Wesbrook Mall, Vancouver, BC, Canada)
The polymerase chain reaction (PCR) is a well-known technique that have been adopted for detection of many bacteria, fungi, viruses and viroids due to high specificity and sensitivity. However, most of the currently used PCR analysis techniques for multiple pathogen detection are very time consuming, require tedious reaction setup in strictly controlled laboratory conditions and prone to user errors.
Lumex Instruments invites the Industry and Academia to meet an innovative approach to PCR analysis: rapid qualitative and quantitative analysis of nucleic acids in various samples with the real-time microchip-based PCR. Join our upcoming workshop for free to network and discuss the opportunities and insights that the microchip PCR can bring.
The real-time PCR in miniaturized volumes can be used for R&D, clinical and laboratory services for medical, veterinary and phytopathogen diagnostics; quality control services for food manufacturing, customs control and biological safety.
Small changes in the program are possible.
Dr. Maxim Slyadnev
Head of Biochemical Department at Lumex Instruments
Maxim Slyadnev obtained PhD degree in Analytical Chemistry at St. Petersburg State University, Russia, and has more than 60 science article and abstracts. Dr. Slyadnev started his research on real-time PCR reaction on a chip and lab-on-a-chip applications for analytical chemistry in Kanagawa Academy of Science and Technology, Japan, and continued studying chemical microchip devices in analytical chemistry as the senior research scientist at Chemistry Research Institute of St. Petersburg State University.
Dr. Maxim Slyadnev has been working at Lumex Instruments since 2002. Now he is responsible for R&D and manufacturing of microchip-based PCR analyzer AriaDNA and microchip kits.