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ELA: Advances in Cellular Assays & Cell Culture

14 May 2014 - 15 May 2014 - Barcelona, Spain



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SELECTBIO's Advances in Cellular Assays & Cell Culture conference will focus primarily on bio-processing technologies as well as applications.  Both up-stream and down-stream bio-processing are addressed and our focus in this track is to highlight technology trends, end-user application segments, and opportunities in the application of new approaches for addressing bottlenecks in bio-processing which currently exist. SELECTBIO highlights emerging companies in this conference track and we encourage submissions from start-up and new technology entrants.
 The second part of the Advances in Cellular Assays & Cell Culture conference track will focus upon new methodologies for cellular capture including emerging trends in flow cytometry—we seek to highlight in this segment the new instrumentation for flow cytometry and novel application areas.  Here also, we encourage submissions from start-up companies and new technology providers.

Together, this conference track seeks to bring together end-users as well as technology developers to address emerging applications in cellular analysis and bioprocessing deployment.

Running alongside the Advances in Cellular Assays & Cell Culture conference will be the ELA exhibition, covering the latest technological advances and associated services from leading solution providers within this field. Registered delegates will also have access to the following co-located conference tracks, ensuring a cost effective trip: Advances in NGS & Big Data, High Content Analysis, Advances in Automation & Robotics and Advances in qPCR & dPCR.

You can also present your research on a poster while attending the meeting. Submit an abstract for consideration now!
Poster Submission Deadline: 02 May 2014




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