During this course you will learn the basic techniques of real-time PCR-analysis for the detection of viruses, bacteria and nematodes on potato tuber material. You will learn to carry out PCR- screening with the corresponding internal controls and gap and error analysis. The course contains a practical part and a theoretical part.
|Duration of course||3 days|
|Course date||at request|
|Course structure||theory and practice|
|Location||NAK, Emmeloord, The Netherlands|
|Instructor||Mrs. L. Smits|
|Investment||€ 1.500,- per student (lunch and course folder are included)|
|Maximum group size||6 – 8 students|
Topics which will be addressed
The theoretical part of the course takes one day and the practical part takes two days to complete. After completing the course you will receive a certificate of participation.
- Theory of pathogens (viruses ,bacteria and nematodes ) in potatoes
- Theory behind the real-time multiplex PCR-technique, Elisa and IF
- Quality aspects of PCR
- Use of robots
- Running a complete PCR-screening, by hand and robotized
- Handling samples, analyzing data and performing quality controls.
Results after completing the course
After completing this course, you have gained more insight in the performance of a PCR-analysis of potato tuber material with the corresponding controls and analysis.
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