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TATAA Biocenter Opens Services/Training Branch in Prague

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — The Swedish PCR services and training group TATAA Biocenter has opened a branch at the Institute of Molecular Genetics in Prague, Czech Republic, the company said last week.
 
TATAA said the Prague Biocenter will offer services including high-throughput real-time PCR analysis, primer and probe design, assay design and validation, data analysis testing and evaluation of kits and instruments, and contract research.
 
The center will include introductory courses and advanced application courses covering sample preparation, biostatistics, immuno qPCR, single-cell studies, and expression profiling.
 
TATAA has centers in Gothenburg, Sweden; Sunnyvale, Calif. and Munich, Germany.
 
The Institute of Molecular Genetics is funded by the Czech government and is part of the Czech Academy of Sciences.

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