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WCBP 2013: 17th Symposium on the Interface of Regulatory and Analytical Sciences for Biotechnology Health Products

29 Jan 2013 - 31 Jan 2013 - Washington, DC, USA



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This U.S. FDA co-sponsored WCBP Symposium series is the pre-eminent conference addressing the analytical development/regulatory control interface for biotechnology derived health intervention products. The goal of this Symposium series is to provide a forum for discussing the latest bioanalytical methods and their practical application to biotechnology pharmaceuticals and other health related products. Both state-of-the-art innovations as well as conventional technologies addressing research and routine testing applications will be covered. This includes both method and instrumental advances that are used for product characterization, process development, in-process analysis and validate release & stability testing.



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