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TagLite® 2 cell assay - the next dimension to discovering new antibody drugs

21 May 2014 - 21 May 2014 - Online, webinar

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Date: 21 May 2014
Time: 3pm BST

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Antibodies are central mediators of the immune system and are considered excellent targets for drug development. In this webinar we present a new cell-to-cell binding assay developed by Roche-Glycart, based on the TagLite® assay from Cisbio Bioassays. This new assay, established with Tecan´s Infinite® M1000 PRO plate reader opens up a new and exciting approach to studying protein-protein interactions in the drug discovery process.

About the speakers


Sandra Grau-Richards
Senior Scientist/Team Leader Roche-Glycart
Schlieren, Switzerland


Michael Fejtl
Market Manager
Tecan Austria

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