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SELECTBIO Conferences NGS, SCA, SMA & Mass Spec: Research to Diagnostics 2016

NGS, SCA, SMA & Mass Spec: Research to Diagnostics 2016 Submission Guidelines

Submit an Abstract

If you would like to submit a proposal for an oral or poster presentation at this meeting, please click the 'submit abstract' button to view the information required for your submission.

When ready just return to this page and fill out the form accordingly.

All abstracts will be reviewed by the Scientific Advisory Board and applicants will be notified of the result in due course.

Successful applicants will be provided with all necessary information.

Abstract Content:

  • Written in English
  • Written in the third person
  • Include title, name(s) and affiliation(s) of the authors
  • Between 100 - 200 words
  • Suitable for direct publication in the proceedings pack and on the website
  • Related to the subject of the conference

Agenda Topics

  • Flow Cytometry, FISH and Technologies for Single Cell Analysis (SCA)
  • Front-end Sample Preparation for NGS -- Challenges with Clinic Samples
  • Microfluidic Devices for Single Cell Analysis (SCA)
  • NGS in Non-Invasive Prenatal Testing (NIPT)
  • NGS on Rare Cells (such as Circulating Tumor Cells)
  • Sample Preparation for Mass Spectrometry — Challenges Posed by Clinical Samples and the Need for Robustness, Scale and Automation for Diagnostics
    • LC/MS for Clinical Diagnostics
    • Mass Spectrometry for Biofluid Biomarker Analysis
  • Single Cell Analysis (SCA) and Single Molecule Analysis (SMA) for Diagnostics Development and Genetic, Prenatal Testing
  • Single Cell Analysis (SCA) and Single Molecule Analysis (SMA) in Cancer, CNS Diseases, and Other Disease Classes
  • Single Cell Transcriptomics and Proteomics


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