Future-Proof Your Host Cell Protein Strategy
Host cell protein (HCP) are process-related protein impurities that are produced by the host organism during biotherapeutic manufacturing and production.
Host Cell Protein Analysis
Download this infographic to learn more about why host cell proteins are problematic, methods to identify, characterize and remove host cell proteins and future perspectives in this field.
Immunotherapy is a specific type of treatment that utilizes the body’s immune system to fight diseases such as cancer. Download this infographic to discover various types of immunotherapy and the potential of mRNA technology in this space.
This infographic provides an overview of vaccine development history, exploring how manufacturing pipelines differ for "traditional" and "new-era" vaccines, and how these processes can be accelerated.
Targeted Protein Degradation
An infographic that describes the inhibition and degradation approaches in drug development, advantages and challenges related to each approach and the key points you need to consider when designing your protein degraders.
Fighting the Virus: SARS-CoV-2 Immunity
Download this infographic to learn more about immunity and SARS-CoV-2.
In this infographic, we explore the evolution of antibody engineering and focus on some novel strategies designed to optimize the process.
Download this infographic to learn more about the solutions available to help laboratories recover from disaster events.
Comparing COVID-19 Vaccines
The global response to the COVID-19 pandemic has included the development and authorization of a growing number of vaccines. How do they compare?
Culturing Cells for Cancer Research
Cell culture is an invaluable tool for cancer research, used in studies to improve our understanding of fundamental cancer biology and as preclinical models to develop and test drugs. For several years, cell lines have helped uncover many intricacies of cancer pathogenesis, providing a simple, low cost and rapid way to test hypotheses.