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Targeted Libraries and Their Applications for Directed Evolution of Enzymes
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Targeted Libraries and Their Applications for Directed Evolution of Enzymes

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Don’t miss this webinar illustrating the approach that Cellibre, a cellular agriculture company leveraged to significantly accelerate their Design.Build.Test cycles and engineer a key enzyme for cannabinoid production.
GMP Ancillary Materials for Cell and Gene Therapy Manufacturing
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GMP Ancillary Materials for Cell and Gene Therapy Manufacturing

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Ancillary materials (AMs), also called raw materials in Europe, are components, reagents, and materials used in the manufacturing of cell, gene, and tissue-engineered (CGT) therapies but are not intended to be present in the final product formulation.
A Successful Journey to Cell Therapy Manufacturing: From Research and Development to Lot-Release
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A Successful Journey to Cell Therapy Manufacturing: From Research and Development to Lot-Release

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Cell therapy is a transformative cancer treatment that utilizes genetically modified cells from a healthy donor or patient's own immune system to attack cancer cells, but manufacturing these cells represents a major challenge for the industry.
Racing Against Time: Rapid, High-Throughput Discovery of Antibody Therapeutics for SARS-CoV-2
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Racing Against Time: Rapid, High-Throughput Discovery of Antibody Therapeutics for SARS-CoV-2

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Vanderbilt University Medical Center researchers Robert Carnahan and Pavlo Gilchuk are attempting to compress the timeline for therapeutic antibody development, by integrating a series of advances in single-cell messenger RNA sequence analysis, bioinformatics, synthetic biology and high-throughput functional analysis.
Channelopathies Resolved via Cryo-EM and X-Ray Crystallography
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Channelopathies Resolved via Cryo-EM and X-Ray Crystallography

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Attend this webinar to learn how Dr. Filip Van Petege's lab is solving crystal structures of isolated RyR domains in wild type and disease mutant forms, exploring excessive phosphorylation of RyRs as well as investigating the mechanical coupling between CaV1.1 and RyR1 in skeletal muscle.
New, Rapid Sequencing Tools for Poliovirus Surveillance
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New, Rapid Sequencing Tools for Poliovirus Surveillance

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In this webinar, Dr Alex Shaw will highlight how nanopore sequencing-based methods for the detection of the virus in both stool and sewage can provide additional tools to rapidly identify poliovirus cases and discover silent transmission of the virus in populations.
Using <i>In Vitro</i> Approaches To Investigate Idiosyncratic Drug-Induced Liver Injury
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Using In Vitro Approaches To Investigate Idiosyncratic Drug-Induced Liver Injury

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This talk will describe using a combined experimental approach of gene expression profiling, exosome analysis, and high-content imaging in 2D and 3D liver cell culture models to evaluate early IDILI events and risk factors contributing to overt liver injury observed in the clinic.
Extraction E2E: Why Filtration is a Critical Step in Cannabis Oil Processing
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Extraction E2E: Why Filtration is a Critical Step in Cannabis Oil Processing

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In this session, Pall Corporation and Evello International will share their best practices on how to optimize your extraction and filtration process.
Massively Parallel CRISPR Genome Editing in S. cerevisiae
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Massively Parallel CRISPR Genome Editing in S. cerevisiae

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Understanding how biology works and harnessing its power for biotechnology applications requires powerful tools for manipulating genomes.
Development and Validation of a Duplex qPCR Assay for the Detection of Residual Sf9 Host Cell DNA and Baculovirus DNA
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Development and Validation of a Duplex qPCR Assay for the Detection of Residual Sf9 Host Cell DNA and Baculovirus DNA

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Current regulatory authorities (WHO, EMA and US FDA) limited the accepted amounts of residual DNA in biological products making it extremely important to have a sensitive method of quantifying residual host cell DNA. Among the methods of detecting residual DNA, qPCR is the most widely used for residual DNA quantitation due to its sensitivity, accuracy, precision, and time-saving capability.
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