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Cell Culture World Congress 2012

28 Feb 2012 - 01 Mar 2012 - Munich, Germany



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The 2nd 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 bring together pioneers in the cell culture and cell line engineering field, offering attendees a unique opportunity to solve these challenges and many more in a forum where the technical expertise and experience is unparalleled. What new technologies are emerging, and where is the best place to invest resources?

Cell Culture World Congress 2012 focus:

•    Cell line development and culture strategies; optimal bioprocessing
•    Upstream bioprocessing: cell culture expression system evolution
•    Preferences in media types vying for dominance in the market
•    Advantages/disadvantages of cell culture systems, cell lines and cell banks
•    Cell lines for bioproduction and predominant cell lines


Please visit the website for full programme and speaker details at www.terrapinn.com/2012/cellculture or contact Charlotte Linfoot at charlotte.linfoot@terrapinn.com



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