Tosoh Bioscience Wins Pittcon Today’s Excellence Award
Tosoh Bioscience LLC, a provider of chromatographic solutions for the separation of biomolecules, received a Bronze award for the TSKgel Protein A-5PW HPLC column in Pittcon Today’s first ever Excellence Awards. Pittcon Today’s Excellence Awards were designed to recognize innovations at the 2017 Pittcon Exposition.
A panel of judges, consisting of thought leaders from across academia, industry and trade media, viewed all types of scientific innovations and selected this year’s winners based on submissions’ ingenuity, creativity, implementation and outcomes, as well as the products’ projected impact on the industry.
Out of a diverse pool of more than 80 product submissions, the TSKgel Protein A-5PW column received a “Bronze Winner” accolade on Monday, March 6 from Pittcon Today representatives. Tosoh Bioscience introduced the TSKgel Protein A-5PW column to customers working in monoclonal antibody development last August.
“We are very excited that the judges from the Pittcon Today panel acknowledged the innovative capabilities of the TSKgel Protein A-5PW column and we are pleased to receive such an esteemed honor,” said Cara Tomasek, Leader of the Product Management Group.
“As the biopharma industry grows, more researchers will look for a product that can accomplish high throughput analysis since many harvest cell culture samples must be screened for IgG titer in early monoclonal antibody development. Because of its high flow rate tolerance and durability, along with its exceptional lifetime, the TSKgel Protein A-5PW column is the ideal solution for the analysis of monoclonal antibodies.”
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