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Advances in Flow-Through Technology To Enhance mAb Polishing

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Advances in monoclonal antibody (mAb) engineering have led to additional challenges in the purification of these modalities, including high levels of aggregates. Ion exchange chromatography is often not sufficient to achieve purity targets meaning hydrophobic interaction chromatography (HIC) and mixed-mode resins are needed as orthogonal tools. These technologies can be implemented in flow-through mode allowing for high loadings and fast processing times, making them well-suited for large-scale implementation.

This webinar highlights three case studies that illustrate how novel chromatographic tools can improve the purification process for complex therapeutics by reducing the levels of aggregates and host cell proteins (HCPs) and effectively clearing retroviruses.
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Immunometabolic Features of Cancer Immunity

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Immune cell activation, differentiation and function are metabolically demanding processes, and it has now become clear that nutrient access and metabolism play a major role in regulating lymphocyte fate and function. These axes of regulation are crucially important in shaping the immune system when it is activating in metabolically demanding environments, such as tumor tissue. Indeed, the immune response to cancer is characterized by several metabolic defects. In this webinar, Dr. Delgoffe will discuss some of these metabolic insufficiencies within the T cell compartment of solid tumors and reveal novel insights into how these metabolic nodes may be modulated to improve the immune response to cancer.
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What the CLIA 2024 Final Rule Means for Your Laboratory

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The CLIA proficiency testing revisions will take effect on July 11, 2024, introducing significant changes to both microbiology and non-microbiology laboratory sections. These updates include modifications to grading, reporting and the regulation of certain analytes.
Join Dr. Bremansu Osa-Andrews from the University of Florida for an in-depth webinar where he will elucidate the details of the CLIA 2024 final rule, helping laboratories stay informed and prepared for future inspections.
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Ask Me Anything: The Chemistry of Psilocybin

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Join us for an exclusive Ask Me Anything (AMA) session with renowned chemist Andrew Wood as we delve into the fascinating world of psychedelics, focusing on the chemistry of psilocybin. This event will provide a unique opportunity to explore the scientific aspects of psilocybin, including its analytical approaches and mechanisms of action
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Laboratory of the Future: A Tech Spotlight on the Future of Research

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This immersive webinar offers an exclusive glimpse into the groundbreaking technologies shaping the laboratories of tomorrow. Delve into the dynamic fusion of cutting-edge technology and scientific exploration as our visionary experts unveil revolutionary laboratory setups.
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Ensure Accuracy and Precision in Pharmaceutical Bioanalysis

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Accurate and precise measurement of pharmaceutical drugs in complex matrices can be challenging due to the presence of matrix contaminants. To ensure the highest levels of accuracy and precision, it is imperative to use highly robust analytical techniques. Triple quadrupole mass spectrometers are widely used in quantitative bioanalysis because of their stable analytical performance over an extended period. Here, exceptional sensitivity and stability were demonstrated to support bioanalytical workflows in high-throughput laboratories.
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Exposome Insights: Decoding Spaceflight and Aging With Proteomics

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Join expert speakers, Dr. Christopher Mason of Weill Cornell Medicine, and Dr. Michael Roberts of Auburn University, for an enlightening discussion on the profound impacts of spaceflight on human biology and the unique molecular signatures of aging influenced by resistance training.
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Uncovering the Role of T Cells in Cancer With Spatial Biology

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This webinar will focus on using spatial biology approaches to understand the role of human γδ T cell subtypes in cancer, illustrating how to assess this subset in their tissue microenvironments at high resolution.
Miltenyi webinar Deciphering Cell–Cell Interactions in Liver Metastases with Dr. Marie Laviron
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Deciphering Cell–Cell Interactions in Liver Metastases

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The liver is the most common metastatic site for many primary tumors. Single-cell gene and protein expression, in combination with spatial data that contextualizes relationships with other tumor cells and structures, are critical to fully understand how cells communicate in liver metastases.
Resolving the precise spatial location of each single cell allows for a comprehensive understanding of the tissue architecture for each tumor and helps identify critical cell–cell communication circuits.
This webinar will highlight approaches to generating a spatial atlas of tumors, illustrate how to integrate single-cell transcriptomics data with spatial data and explore how to track cell behavior to study cell–cell interactions in each cellular neighborhood.
Agilent webinar hosted by Technology Networks with speaker Dr. Rosa Peñalver Soler
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Analyzing Microplastic-Associated Pollutants in Vegetables

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The presence and impacts of microplastics are being extensively researched and reviewed, especially in the marine environment. However, the accumulation and ecotoxicity of leaching compounds such as additives in plastic waste are scarcely studied.
This webinar explores how leachates from microplastics and other plastic materials accumulate within edible and non-edible root vegetables and how they are then incorporated into the food chain.
Our expert speaker will discuss the results of their research into the levels of leachates in root vegetables, illustrating how plastic-associated compounds were quantified using a novel static headspace and gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (SHS-GC-MS) workflow.
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