Chemical and Biochemical Engineering

September 17-21, 2023 | Germany

Chemical and Biochemical
Chemical engineering, biotechnology and bioprocessing are the key to providing innovative solutions for food supply, mobility, energy, health and well-being while striving for a sustainable economy.
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Spotlight

This technical note demonstrates the comprehensive
characterization and confident identification of glucuronide
metabolites from hepatocyte incubations of midazolam. An
orthogonal fragmentation mechanism was applied to generate diagnostic fragment ions for confident identification of glucuronide metabolites


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3rd Edition of Euro-Global Conference on Biotechnology and Bioengineering

June 14-15, 2023 | USA

Magnus Group is glad to announce and extend a warm invitation to you to join its “3rd Edition of Euro-Global Conference on Biotechnology and Bioengineering” (ECBB 2023) which is scheduled as an Online Event during June 14-15, 2023.
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This conference assembles world-leading experts from diverse fields including genomics, epigenetics, structural biology, developmental biology, immunology, cancer biology, and neurobiology to discuss the broad impacts of transposable elements (TEs) on organismal biology.
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Advanced Technologies & Methods For Global Health & Biodefense

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Identify global biological threats and translational gaps in bringing technologies from lab to field. Discover infectious disease threats (IDTs) and how different technologies can be applied in diverse operational environments.
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June 7-8, 2023 | USA

Identify global biological threats and translational gaps in bringing technologies from lab to field. Discover infectious disease threats (IDTs) and how different technologies can be applied in diverse operational environments.
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Spotlight

This technical note demonstrates the comprehensive
characterization and confident identification of glucuronide
metabolites from hepatocyte incubations of midazolam. An
orthogonal fragmentation mechanism was applied to generate diagnostic fragment ions for confident identification of glucuronide metabolites

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