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Infectious Diseases – Multimedia

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Automated Switching Between Peptide and Glycan Mapping

Glycan and peptide mapping are key analytical methodologies for the structural characterization of therapeutic proteins such as monoclonal antibodies (mAbs).
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Accelerating Target Validation for Therapeutics With Engineered Cell Libraries

One approach to develop drugs for infectious diseases involves a comprehensive understanding of human-pathogen protein interactions, as targeting host proteins helps reduce the possibility of drug resistance by creating a more significant evolutionary barrier for the virus.
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Immune EVaders: The Next Generation Therapeutic Agent With Amy Kauffman

In this Teach Me in 10, Lucy Lawrence and Amy Kauffman will cover what extracellular vesicles (EVs) are, the therapeutic promise they hold as well as guidance on how to culture and scale.
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Approaching Microbial Process Validation: Food Industry Focus

Speaking at Advances in Food & Beverage Analysis 2021, Bukola Onarinde from University of Lincoln, presented her talk on microbial process validation.
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What Causes Yeast Infections and How do You Get Rid of Them?

Explore the common causes and treatments of yeast infections, which affect 3 out of every 4 people with a vagina.
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Multimodal Imaging Mass Spectrometry: Advanced Technologies for Molecular Mapping of Biological Tissues

Speaking at Advances in Proteomics and Metabolomics 2021, Jeffrey Spraggins, Research Assistant Professor from Vanderbilt, discusses developing new, high-performance technologies for improving spatial resolution, sensitivity and specificity of MALDI IMS.
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Conducting Research on Highly Pathogenic Viruses Using Virus Pseudotypes

The threat that emerging viruses pose to human health should not be underestimated. These viruses have acquired the ability to infect humans either due to interspecies transmission or naturally occurring changes in the viral genome.
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Measuring Metabolic Flux with Cellular and Molecular Resolution: Combining Seahorse XF and LC/MS Technologies for Comprehensive Cellular Analyses

Speaking in June 2021 at the online symposium, Advances in Proteomics & Metabolomics, Dr. Genevieve Van de Bittner, R&D Researcher at Agilent Research Laboratories presented her talk on metabolic rate measurements using Seahorse XF and LC/MS technologies.
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Microscale Sensors and Systems for Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine Applications

Speaking at the online symposium, Innovations in Disease Modeling 2022, Dr. Mehmet R. Dokmeci, Associate Professor at the Terasaki Institute for Biomedical Innovation presented his talk on microscale sensors and systems for tissue engineering.
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Preventive vs Therapeutic Vaccines

Download this infographic to learn more about what preventive and therapeutic vaccines are and how they are made.
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