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Cell Culture World Congress 2013

26 Feb 2013 - 28 Feb 2013 - Munich, Germany



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The 3rd annual Cell Culture World Congress is Europe’s leading technical congress and exhibition focused on the development and optimisation of cell culture bioproduction.

The conference will explore the problem-points for each stage in the bio-production cycle. Moving from the advancement of ‘omics and cell line engineering, through to an in-depth view of the main concerns of USP facing all stakeholders. Find out whether small scale multiple product production the answer. Discover is single use technologies be used safely for vaccine production.




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