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World Biopreservation and Biobanking Summit 2019

WORLD BIOPRESERVATION AND BIOBANKING SUMMIT 2019

September 20-21, 2019
World Biobanking Summit is constructed to draw the attention of academics and industry leaders and this Global two-day Summit will analyze the very best approaches for optimizing the biobanking process from beginning to end. World Biobanking summit has an important role to play in the understanding ...

Stem Cell Biology

STEM CELL BIOLOGY

September 17-21, 2019
The meeting will focus on the basic biology of stem cells and the dynamic interactions between stem cells and their microenvironment. Topics will include the mechanisms controlling stem cell proliferation, differentiation, pluripotency and reprogramming. Emerging concepts about the regulation of mul...

Technology Transfer for Biologics

TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER FOR BIOLOGICS

September 23-24, 2019
This conference provides attendees with an unequaled opportunity to study and improve fundamental, day-to-day management techniques. Our unmatched speaking faculty helps you to minimize variation between biologic runs at all production scales, maximize biologics quality and predictability, and accel...

7th EUROBIOTECH Congress

7TH EUROBIOTECH CONGRESS

September 23-25, 2019
With great pleasure, we are announcing that the 7th edition of the European Congress of Life Sciences Eurobiotech is going to be organized in Krakow, Poland, from 23 to 25 September 2019. Once again we look forward to welcoming you to the International Exhibition and Convention Centre EXPO Krak&oacu...

The Future MarTech Conference

THE FUTURE MARTECH CONFERENCE

September 16-18, 2019
The MarTech® Conference is coming to Boston September 16-18, 2019. And even though the event is less than a quarter-mile from our headquarters we didn’t see Conversational Marketing being showcased as a topic at the event. So we had an idea: what if we host an online event with some of our...

Plant Physiology, Pathology and Biotechnology

PLANT PHYSIOLOGY, PATHOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY

September 16-17, 2019
Conference Series Ltd conferences, “International Conference on Plant Physiology, Pathology and Biotechnology” during September 16-17, 2019 in Amsterdam, Netherlands aims to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers, specialists and research scholars to exchange and share t...

World Biosimilars and Biologics Summit 2019

WORLD BIOSIMILARS AND BIOLOGICS SUMMIT 2019

September 16-17, 2019
Structural Biology 2019 aims to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers, research scholars and entrepreneurs to exchange and share their experiences and research results on all aspects of Structural Molecular Biology and Lexis is delighted to invite all to the upcoming World Biosimil...

Microbiology & Immunology 2020

MICROBIOLOGY & IMMUNOLOGY 2020

September 16-16, 2019
Microbiology and Immunology cover an array of industries and disciplines, encompassing various research areas including pharmaceuticals, medicine, agriculture, and space. The development of new techniques and the ability to sequence organisms without the need to grow them in the laboratory has opene...

 

Webinars

SEP 19, 2019
THE HUMAN MICROBIOME: BEYOND THE GUT
The human microbiome has been linked to health and disease. Recent improvements and better accessibility to high-throughput screening have transformed scientists' ability to perform research in this area. This has resulted in a tremendous increase in our knowledge of microbial diversit...
SEP 24, 2019 | 10:00AM
CHARACTERIZATION OF BIOTHERAPEUTICS
Biotherapeutic products are typically characterized by multiple orthogonal methods to evaluate product quality and purity, including assessment of aggregates, variants, and degradation products. For monoclonal antibodies and many other biotherapeutics, analysis of post-translational modifi...
SEP 25, 2019 | 10:00AM
IMPLEMENTATION OF AN AFFORDABLE AND SCALABLE MANUFACTURING STRATEGY FOR GENE THERAPY PRODUCTS
As a start up with multiple clinical programs within an accelerated track we started designing our processes and aimed to build facilities to ensure therapeutic drug products reach patients as quickly as possible. This tends to be the main goal for scientists and patients. Because there ar...
SEP 26, 2019
A SINGLE USE PLATFORM FOR INTENSIFIED VIRAL VECTOR PRODUCTION
This presentation will first describe how vaccine developers can accelerate their timelines and develop highly efficient viral vector processes by using high throughput fully automatic multi-parallel bioreactor testing tools such as ambr®, DoE software and single-use solutions able to ...
SEP 26, 2019
HALLMARKS OF CANCER: FROM BENCH TO BEDSIDE
In this Webinar, Erik Knudsen (Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center), Tony Letai (Harvard Medical School), and Percy Ivy (National Cancer Institute) discuss progress to translate basic scientific findings into clinical therapeutic interventions with drugs targeting, cell cycle, cell de...
SEP 27, 2019
INCREASING THE POSITIVE YIELD OF HEREDITARY CANCER TESTING WITH CONCURRENT DNA AND RNA SEQUENCING
The diagnostic yield of hereditary cancer genetic testing has improved over time as new technologies have been established. Despite these improvements, a substantial proportion of patients undergoing DNA testing for hereditary cancer still either receive inconclusive results or remain with...

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...