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Pharmaceutical Flow Cytometry & Imaging

19 Nov 2014 - 20 Nov 2014 - GSK, Ware, UK



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The 4th Pharmaceutical Flow Cytometry & Imaging meeting from ELRIG continues to be the ideal forum for users of flow cytometry & imaging systems within drug discovery and drug development to get together, share expertise and innovation, and discuss pitfalls, successes and ideas for the future.

Following on from the great success and positive feedback that our previous meetings generated, we are continuing to include topics of current interest and encourage discussion of the changing face of drug discovery.  Typical attendees will be colleagues from small-to mid-sized biotech companies, contract research organisations and global pharmaceutical companies. 



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Turning Skin Cells into Heart, Brain Cells
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Growing Stem Cells More Safely
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