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CellTech 2014

28 Jan 2014 - 29 Jan 2014 - San Diego, CA, USA

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SELECTBIO's CellTech2014 will feature an integrated program of tracks designed to fully describe the latest trends in analysis of cells, cell-based assays and high-content phenotypic assays.

This three-track conference will also feature Flow Cytometry and Bioprocessing, which includes up-stream and down-stream segments.

SELECTBIO's coverage of these topics will include speakers from academic institutions, as well as commercial organisations, in a manner that brings together the basic science with the applications in these three growing market segments.

Agenda Topics:
High Content Screening & Cell Based Assays
•    Advances in Instrumentation & Screening Platforms
•    Cell Based Assays for Conventional & Unconventional Target Interrogation (GPCR, Kinase)
•    High Content Flow Cytometry
•    Phenotypic & Toxicity Cell Based Assays using High Content Approaches
•    Tool Box Availability for Image Processing & Analysis
Cellular Analysis
•    Characterisation of Circulating Tumor Cells
•    Circulating Tumor Cells as Prognostic or Predictive Biomarkers for Cancer
•    Detection, Isolation & Capture of Circulating Tumor Cells
•    Identification & Characterisation of Cancer Stem Cells
•    Role of Cancer Stem Cells in Progression of Disease and Metastasis
Cell Culture & Bioprocessing
•    3D Cell Culture
•    Applications of Cell Culture Technologies
•    Optimising Cell Line Development
•    Preventing Cell Line Cross Contamination
•    Upstream and Downstream BioProcessing for Therapeutic Monoclonal Antibodies and        Recombinant Proteins
•    Vaccine Production Approaches

Also featured will be an exhibition with vendors displaying the most-recent technologies and products in these fields.

Poster Submission Deadline is 10 January 2014

Registration is open – Check out our 2for1 offer – available for a limited time.

Further information
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