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A Little Too Loud: Cutting Through the Noise in Your Journey to a Digital Lab

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Attend this webinar to learn how to:
- Create a “digital thread” from the data elements needed for a digital lab
- Connect, develop and understand the context of the data elements to weave a “digital fabric”
- Transform your “digital fabric” into actionable insights for your journey to a digital lab
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Masterclass: Retaining Labile Moieties With Peptide Mapping

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As modalities of proteins continue to evolve and increase in complexity, peptide mapping remains a critical workflow in determining and monitoring post-translational modifications and other quality attributes.
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High-Quality Vaccine Development Powered by Quality Control Using Agilent Fragment Analyzer System

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Speaking at the Vaccine Research & Development 2022, Kyle Luttgeharm, PhD, Product Manager from Agilent presented their talk on IVT RNA production and
accurate and precise mRNA analysis.
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Rapid Screening and Scaled Manufacture of Immunogenic Virus-Like Particles

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Speaking at the Vaccine Research & Development 2022, Jorge Armero Gimenez from Wageningen University & Research, presented their talk on Virus-Like Particles immunogenicity in human dendritic cells.
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Level Up Your LNP Making Skills With Nunchuck

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The Problem
LNPs are a valuable tool in the repertoire of gene and vaccine delivery vectors but LNP development is a complex multi-step process.
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The Latest Workflows for Gene Therapy Analysis

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During this webinar, you will understand how capillary electrophoresis (CE) and LC-MS are being used to ensure vaccine and cell and gene therapy product quality. We will discuss how LC-MS is being used to identify impurities present in lipid nanoparticle (LNP) vaccines that have been found to deactivate mRNA. We will also cover how CE is being used in viral vector production to ensure product quality.
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