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Pseudotype viruses - applications and troubleshooting

02 Oct 2013 - 02 Oct 2013 - London, UK



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Pseudotype viruses are rapidly establishing themselves as important research and diagnostic tools of basic and clinical scientists facilitating the detailed study of individual viral genes, host cell receptors and highly pathogenic viruses, circumventing the need for high-level biosafety containment. The switching of surface envelope proteins expressed on the surface of these pseudotypes enables them to be used as surrogate viruses in neutralization/antiviral screening assays and for the study of cell–virus receptor interactions. This meeting encompasses the many diverse applications of pseudotype technologies from a practical, translational and public health perspective.

Contact:  enquiries@euroscicon.com, Ph: 07507 799380

Chair:  Dr Nigel James Temperton, Medway School of Pharmacy, The Universities of Greenwich and Kent, Kent

This event  has CPD accreditation




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