APR 16, 2015 07:30 AM PDT

Photometry made easy! - Obtaining reliable results with nucleic acid measurements

SPONSORED BY: Eppendorf, Eppendorf
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  • Field Application Specialist, Eppendorf
      Natascha Weiss is a Field Application Specialist responsible for the photometry product portfolio within Customer Support at Eppendorf AG Headquarter in Hamburg (Germany). She joined the company in 1999 and worked on electroporators, dispensers, PCR equipment, consumables as well as several cross-thematic projects. Natascha studied Biology at the University of Wuerzburg (Germany). For her diploma thesis she employed a variety of molecular biology methods investigating genes coding for virulence factors in the genome of pathogenic bacteria.

    DATE: Thursday, April 16th, 2015
    TIME: 07:30AM Pacific time, 10:30AM Eastern time

    Photometry is a widely used analytical method in molecular biology labs. In many applications like cloning, sequencing, or PCR, you are working with nucleic acid preparations of various sources. Here, knowing the quality and quantity of your starting material is crucial to the reliability and reproducibility of your experimental results. But how do you ensure applying photometric methods correctly?

    In this educational webinar, you will learn the basics of photometric nucleic acid determination and which critical factors affect the measurement. We will discuss the correct interpretation of the results and provide tips and tricks for troubleshooting.

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