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ACROBiosystems Efforts and Collaborations in Cancer Immunotherapy

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Speaking at The Landscape of Cancer Research 2022, Nicholas Abuid, PhD from ACROBiosystems, presented his talk on providing high purity, customizable, and bioactive reagents to support research and translation in cancer immune therapy. Their catalogue ranges in targets for various diseases.
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Generation and Validation of CHO HCP ELISA

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In bioprocessing, it is critical that host cell proteins (HCPs) can be identified, detected and removed so that the efficacy of the drug is not impacted, and custom process-specific HCP ELISA are typically the preferred method for measuring these contaminants.
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Innovations in Mass Spectrometry

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Join us for our extended webinar to hear about the most recent and innovative developments in the world of mass spectrometry and how they are helping to drive science forward.
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SLIM-Based High-Resolution Ion Mobility Mass Spec in Biopharmaceutical Applications

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In this webinar, we will explore the applications for high-resolution ion mobility (HRIM) mass spec based on structures for lossless ion manipulation (SLIM) in biopharmaceutical applications. Topics will cover intact mass analysis, peptide mapping and post-translational modification identification and future applications for the technology in the biopharmaceutical space.
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Characterization and Sequence Mapping of Large RNA and mRNA Therapeutics

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There is currently significant demand for the development of new and improved analytical methods for the characterization of mRNA therapeutics.
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Mapping the Future of Psychedelics: Deconstructing Powerful Drugs To Make Better Medicine

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Join us on June 22 with Boris Heifets, MD, PhD, Assistant Professor of the Department of Anesthesiology, Perioperative and Pain Medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine, who will explore the future of psychedelic medicine.
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