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CellTech 2013

22 Jan 2013 - 23 Jan 2013 - San Diego, CA, USA



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Welcome to the inaugural CellTech2013 conference and exhibition.

Given the increasing interest in the analysis of cells in research, drug discovery and clinical applications Select Biosciences is launching a 5-track conference bringing together all the key stakeholders in this space:

    Cell-based Assays   
    Flow Cytometry
    Cell Culture
    Circulating Tumor Cells (CTCs)
    Cancer & Stem Cells (CSCs)

The Cell-based Assays and Flow Cytometry tracks will describe the research advances in, and the utility of, this class of assays for drug discovery, toxicity screening and drug development, as well as methods for cell visualization. Cell Culture is focused on bioprocessing and bioproduction—given the interest in biologics and biosimilars, this is a must attend for companies seeking entry into this field. CTC's and CSC's represent the new frontier for cancer research, screening, biomarker development and patient monitoring in the future.  These two tracks will highlight research and clinical advances in these fields.

Poster Submission Deadline: 07 January 2013




Further information
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Detecting Bacterial Infections in Newborns
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Case for Liquid Biopsies Builds in Advanced Lung Cancer
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Mechanisms of Parkinson’s Pathology
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Genetic Misdiagnoses of Heart Condition
Analysis found several genetic variations previously linked with a heart condition were harmless, leading to condition misdiagnosis.
Opening Door to Oesophageal Cancer Targeted Treatments
Scientists have discovered that oesophageal cancer can be classified into three different subtypes.
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