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CRISPR and Genome Editing – Webinars and Online Events

Technology Networks Tech Spotlight Webinar Bioprocessing 30 May 2024
Webinar

Modernizing the Purification Toolbox for Multi-Specific Antibodies, CRISPR and Cell and Gene Therapies

On-Demand
In this webinar, our expert speaker Dr. Stefano Menegatti from NC State University, will discuss his team’s approach in leveraging affinity technology to introduce new tools for purifying and characterizing biotherapeutics to match the growing demands of clinics and biotech industries worldwide.
Cell Microsystems and Colossal Webinar
Webinar

Reviving the Past, Safeguarding the Future: Challenges and Innovations in Cell Culture for De-Extinction

On-Demand
Colossal Biosciences is bringing back extinct animal species through genetic engineering, and using advanced biotechnology methods to help preserve endangered species. This process requires a large number of precision genome edits to be made in single cells that can be isolated, grown monoclonally, expanded, and re-edited. While Colossal generates mouse models to test some of these edits, typically the cell lines cultured are non-model organisms that are poorly characterized and require extensive optimization.

In this webinar we will discuss the challenges picking gene edited mouse embryonic stem cell colonies, and difficulties isolating monoclonal cell lines from non-model organisms. We will discuss automated alternatives to flow-sorting and manual colony picking with that improve single-cell outgrowth and increase gene editing efficiency.
tn bionano webinar 2nd May 2024
Webinar

Assess Genomic Integrity With Optical Genome Mapping

On-Demand
In this webinar, you’ll discover how to evaluate cell and gene therapy genetic integrity and purity with optical genome mapping (OGM).
Innovations in Disease Modeling 2024
Online Event

Innovations in Disease Modeling 2024

On-Demand
Explore the tools and techniques being used to study diseases in the lab. Discover how advances in cell culture and disease modeling are supporting diagnostic and therapeutic development.
Cell and Gene Therapy Symposium, March 20-21: Experts discuss cancer immunotherapy, gene vectors, stem cells, and precision oncology
Online Event

Cell and Gene Therapy 2024

On-Demand
Explore cutting-edge cell and gene therapies at our online symposium on March 20–21. Experts will discuss cancer immunotherapy, gene therapy vectors, stem cells, and precision oncology research.
AMA CELL THERAPY
Webinar

Ask Me Anything: Genetic Analysis in Cell and Gene Therapy

On-Demand
Cell and gene therapies harness the power of cells or genetic material to treat, cure or prevent diseases. These cutting-edge therapeutics have the potential to revolutionize medical treatments, especially for conditions that were previously thought to be incurable, including genetic disorders, cancer and degenerative conditions.
CRISPR
Webinar

Ask Me Anything: CRISPR Genome Editing Technology

On-Demand
Join us for an exclusive opportunity to speak directly with Dr. David Baltimore, a distinguished figure in this field and a Nobel Laureate, as he navigates the complexities of CRISPR genome editing technology.
Lipids
Webinar

Better mRNA-LNPs: Encapsulation Efficiency, mRNA Integrity and Purity, Lipid N-Oxides and Beyond

On-Demand
To ensure the safety and efficacy of LNP-based drugs, comprehensive characterization of these sophisticated molecules–the lipids and the genetic cargo–is paramount.
Cell Therapy Close up
Webinar

Achieving High Non-Viral Transfection Performance for Cell Therapy Processing

On-Demand
Cell therapies often involve introduction of genetically transformed cells into a patient. Recently there has been renewed interest in non-viral gene modification for this application as an alternative to lentiviral vectors.
Cell
Webinar

Scale Up Your AAV Production

On-Demand
In this webinar, Scalable production of AAV from shake flasks to 1,000 L single use bioreactors using the Gibco™ CTS™ AAV‑MAX Production System, Jon Zmuda from Thermo Fisher Scientific will share several case studies
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