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Conferences

8th World Congress on Green Chemistry and Technology

8TH WORLD CONGRESS ON GREEN CHEMISTRY AND TECHNOLOGY

February 18-20, 2019
The focus of Congress on Green Chemistry and Technology is sharing and exploring innovative ideas, research works, transformative models or frameworks on techniques of green chemistry. As the theme suggests, this congress serves as the better platform for chemists all around the world to acquire and...

Sustainable Strategies for Generics & Biosimilars

SUSTAINABLE STRATEGIES FOR GENERICS & BIOSIMILARS

February 18-20, 2019
The Points to be Covered In Sustainable Strategies for Generics & Biosimilars Conference are Generics Business Development & Risk reduction, Supergenerics vs Generics, Redesign & optimization of generics & biosimilar model, Creating new market segments, Sustainabl...

8th Annual Summit on Microbiology

8TH ANNUAL SUMMIT ON MICROBIOLOGY

February 20-21, 2019
The 8th Annual Summit on Microbiology will give an exciting opportunity to showcase the new technology, the new products of your company, and/or the service your industry may offer to a broad international audience. Conference Series LLC Ltd welcomes all the microbiologist, research scientists, rese...

RNA THERAPEUTICS

RNA THERAPEUTICS

February 20-21, 2019
The field of RNA therapeutics is rapidly expanding, and the potential for using RNA drugs for personalized medicines and immunotherapy, as well as to address genetic, infectious and chronic diseases will ensure the continued development of RNA therapeutics for years to come.

4th Annual North America Microbiome Congress

4TH ANNUAL NORTH AMERICA MICROBIOME CONGRESS

February 06-07, 2019
The 4th Annual North America Microbiome Congress in Washington DC, by Kisaco Research, has become a trusted learning and networking platform and a true business community for microbiologists, clinicians regulatory and industry executives who require an insight into the latest microbiome research, cl...

International Conference on Biomarkers and Clinical Research

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON BIOMARKERS AND CLINICAL RESEARCH

January 30-31, 2019
This conference aims to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results on all aspects of Biomarkers and Clinical Research. Biomarkers have the extra potential to identify individuals susceptible to particular...

14th Winter Conference on Medicinal & Bioorganic Chemistry

14TH WINTER CONFERENCE ON MEDICINAL & BIOORGANIC CHEMISTRY

January 27-31, 2019
The Medicinal & Bioorganic Chemistry Foundation (MBCF) are delighted to announce the dates and venue of the “14th Winter Conference on Medicinal & Bioorganic Chemistry” (14th WCMBC) which will take place January 27th – 31st 2019 returning to the beautiful Steamboat Springs ...

13th International Conference on Agriculture and Plant Science

13TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON AGRICULTURE AND PLANT SCIENCE

January 28-29, 2019
The annual Food & Beverage Conference continues to be the premier environmental event for the food industry, bringing together senior environmental managers from food and beverage companies to share their experiences with sustainable practices, environmental compliance, and new technologies and ...

 

Webinars

FEB 19, 2019 | 3.00 AM
HOST CELL PROTEIN CHARACTERISATION AND MASS SPECTROMETRY STRATEGIES
Host cell proteins (HCPs) are process-related contaminants that are released to the cell culture supernatant due to secretion or lysis of host cells during the production of biologics. Due to the potential adverse effects of HCPs on the biotherapeutics stability, quality and efficacy, moni...
FEB 20, 2019 | 2.30 PM
OFF-TARGET EFFECTS IN CRISPR-CAS9 GENOME EDITING: SECURING SPECIFICITY
A cause for concern regarding the popular CRISPR-Cas9 technology is the potential occurrence of off-target effects. RNA-guided Cas9 may cleave DNA sequences that are not exact complements of the guide strand when either strand harbors bulge due to insertions or deletions. Undoubtedly, a be...
FEB 21, 2019 | 3.00 AM
PDA TECHNICAL REPORT ON LOW ENDOTOXIN RECOVERY
Since first reported by Chen and Vinther in 2013, the phenomenon known as low endotoxin recovery (LER) has been broadly observed in certain matrices commonly used for biologic formulations and certain therapeutic proteins. LER is defined as the inability to recover >50% activity over ti...
FEB 25, 2019
EFFECT OF CELL CULTURE PROCESS CHANGE FROM FED-BATCH TO CONTINUOUS ON PRODUCTIVITY AND PRODUCT QUALITY
Integrated continuous bioprocessing has attracted a growing interest due to its potential to improve agility and flexibility in the manufacture of therapeutic proteins. To convert an existing fed-batch cell culture process to continuous, or perfusion, the major technical hurdles include ma...
FEB 26, 2019
IMAGING THE BRAIN AT HIGH SPATIOTEMPORAL RESOLUTION
Physics has long employed optical methods to probe and manipulate matter on scales from the infinitesimal to the immense. To understand the brain, we need to monitor the physiological processes of single synapses as well as the neural activity of a large number of networked neurons. Optica...
FEB 26, 2019 | 11:00 AM
STREAMLINED FORMULATION OF ENZYME PRODUCTS
There are two complementary paths to creating a stable enzyme formulation. First, the enzyme itself may be engineered to increase its stability under storage conditions. However, this is not always possible, practical, or even preferable. Second, the enzyme can be formulated to maximize it...

PLANTS WITH SUPERPOWERS (GMO) WEBINAR
Sponsored
We’ve all seen non-GMO labels in the grocery store. What does GMO mean and why should we care? In this webinar, Biology Fortified will show how biotechnology can be used to give plants superpowers. We will discuss plant breeding methods, current and future GMO traits, GMO safety, and...
DNA METHYLATION CHANGES DURING CELL DIFFERENTIATION WEBINAR
Sponsored
Listen in as Dr Ballestar discusses an overall perspective on the connections between DNA methylation and other epigenetic marks, as well as the interplay with transcription factors.
THE POTENTIAL OF ENGINEERED HUMAN LIVER CO-CULTURES IN PHENOTYPIC DRUG DISCOVERY FOR LIVER DISEASES
The diverse functions of the liver (i.e. albumin synthesis, glucose and fatty acid metabolism, drug metabolism) can be severely compromised by several diseases. In particular, drug-induced liver injury is a leading cause of drug attrition; hepatitis B virus chronically infects the livers o...
COMBINING TRANSPORTER DATA WITH QUANTITATIVE SYSTEMS TOXICOLOGY MODELING (DILISYM) TO IMPACT DECISIONS IN DRUG DEVELOPMENT
A quantitative systems toxicology (QST) model of drug-induced liver injury (DILI) has been developed through the DILI-sim Initiative over the past 7 years to assist in the safety characterization of compounds in clinical development.  The emerging platform, DILIsym®, is capable of...
THE UTILITY OF MICROSCALE HUMAN LIVER CO-CULTURES FOR INVESTIGATING DRUG TOXICITY OUTCOMES
Drug-induced liver injury (DILI) remains a leading cause of acute liver failures and the attrition of pharmaceuticals in both preclinical and clinical settings. Due to species-specific differences in drug metabolism pathways, animal models do not always fully predict human DILI. Thus, ther...
ENGINEERING MICROPATTERNED CO-CULTURES FOR DRUG DEVELOPMENT
Due to significant differences across species in liver pathways, models of the human liver are used to screen for potential efficacy and/or toxicity of candidate compounds. Such models serve to complement and reduce the number of animals used in studies required by regulatory agencies. How...

RESOURCES

The pharmaceutical and medical industry suffers huge pain, high cost and poor results from conventional biological indicators. This new science of using Enzyme Indicators for measuring decontamination...

Biological processes arise from nature’s inherent complexity, and they involve many components connected with positive and negative feedback, sometimes with redundant circuitry, sometimes with d...

No other problem in cell culturing is as universal as microbial contamination. In order to avoidit, good sterile techniques and thorough culture handling are essential. Beyond that, the CO2 incubator ...

New medicines and diagnostics on the one hand and rising cost pressure as a result, for example, of the launch of generics and biosimilars on the other mean that new, highly efficient methods are requ...

During the cultivation of animal cells the monitoring of nutrients and metabolites has an important role for the controlling strategy of the cell culture. The measurement of glucose and lactate is one...

Design of experiments (DoE) is one of the most important techniques for systematic planning, execution and statistical evaluation of experiments. Although a DoE investigation is executable in one bior...

The development of biosimilars requires extensive physicochemical characterization of biosimilar candidate molecules which should match the quality profile of the reference molecule (originator). Here...

The presented data demonstrates that chemical denaturation is a feasible approach to predict the colloidal long-term stability of biologicals. Moreover, changes in G in dependence of the protein con...

It is the nirvana that Life Sciences organizations have been chasing for the past 30 years. The time is finally now. A digital transformation is taking place in the life sciences industry, from resear...