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Using Mass Photometry To Power Up the Development of AAV-Based Therapeutic  featuring Dr. Matt Ranaghan

Enhancing the Development of AAV-Based Therapeutics With Mass Photometry

Adeno-associated vectors (AAVs) are transforming therapeutics – from gene therapy to vaccines.

A major challenge when developing AAV-based therapeutics is ensuring that empty AAVs that lack therapeutic DNA are removed, increasing the efficacy of the product.

But the empty AAVs are chemically identical to their full counterparts, making this process complicated. Enter mass photometry, a new bioanalytical technique that can efficiently characterize AAVs and distinguish between full and empty AAVs.

This webinar explores how mass photometry can circumvent challenges associated with AAVs, helping to accelerate therapeutic development and manufacturing.

Attend this webinar to: 

  • Discover how mass photometry is currently being used in industry
  • Learn how mass photometry can accurately measure empty/full AAV capsid ratios
  • Explore how to integrate mass photometry in a GMP-regulated environment
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Dr. Matt Ranaghan
Senior Applications Scientist
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