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BioProcess International Conference & Exhibition

Conference: October 20-23, 2014 * Exhibition: October 21-23, 2014 * John B Hynes Veterans Memorial Convention Center, Boston, MA

1,500+ Attendees - 160+ Speakers - 150+ Exhibitors

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Conference: October 20-23, 2014 · Exhibition: October 17-19, 2014 · John B Hynes Veterans Memorial Convention Center · Boston, MA

2014 Poster Presentations

2014 Poster Presentations

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Below is a list of the scientific poster presentations accepted for display* at BioProcess International™ Conference and Exhibition 2014. (Submit a poster abstract.)

Updated: August 25, 2014

Analytical and Quality

1 Determination of the Domain-Specific Degradation Profiles of SpeB Digested Rituximab Biosimilars by Imaged Capillary Isoelectric Focusing (iCIEF) Zichuan Zhang, PPD

2 Case Studies of hERG Membrane Protein and Japanese Encephalitis Virus Production Using a New Innovative Moving Bed Bioreactor Lewis Ho, BioReactor Sciences

3 A Novel System to enhance the Production of Erythroid Cells from Human Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells using HIF-1α Nihal Almuraikhi, Imperial College London

4 An Automated Bioreactor Sampling Solution for Assuring On-line PAT Analytical Fidelity Michael Biksacky , Flownamics, Inc.

5 Seg-Flow® Automated Nutrient Monitoring and Continuous Feed Platform for Precise Nutrient Feed Control Ashley Fisher, Flownamics, Inc.

6 High Throughput Screening for Mammalian Cell Clones Wen Wang, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

7 Perfusion CHO Cell Culture in BioBLU® 5p Packed-bed Single-use Vessel Nick Kohlstrom, Eppendorf

8 Large-scale Production of Human Mesenchymal Stem Cells in BioBLU® 5c Single-use Vessels Khandaker Siddiquee, Eppendorf, Inc.

9 Particulates in Single-Use Bags Mike Johnson, Entegris

10 Inclusion of a Micro bioreactor system in the MaxXpress platform for Cell Line & Process Development Jason Rahal, Cobra Biologics ltd

11 Sensitivity Analysis of BioGTL Process Qiang Fei, National Bioenergy Center

12 Microalgae Culture Using the DASGIP PBR4 Module for Illumination with a New Brunswick CelliGen 310 Bioreactor Stacey Willard, Eppendorf, Inc.

13 High cell density fermentation of Escherichia coli using the New Brunswick™ BioFlo® 115 Benchtop Fermentor Dr. Bin Li, Enppendorf, Inc

14 Successful Implementation of Automation in Single-Use Bioprocessing Todd Kapp, Parker domnick hunter

15 The Renaissance of Expanded Bed Adsorption? Martin Hoffman, Biotechflow

16 Improving Safety and Efficiency in a Demanding Pilot Plant Environment Ron Massicotte, Genentech / Roche

17 Nanofibers for high productivity downstream processing Oliver Hardick, University Ciollege London

18 Direct Quantification of Residual Host Cell DNA Nancy Ngo, Bio-Rad Laboratories

19 An Optimized Approach for Anion Exchange (AEX) Chromatography to Enhance Productivity and Decrease Cost of Goods Yuyi Shen, XOMA(US)LLC

20 Characterization of a newly introduced salt tolerant anion exchange resin useful for process scale chromatographic purification of proteins and monoclonal antibodies Kelly Motter, Tosoh Bioscience

21 CaptureSelect™ technology: Introducing one-step selectivity in the purification of biological products Frank Detmers, Thermo Fisher Scientific

22 The Benefits of High Performing Chromatography Resins Including POROS® XQ, A New Strong Anion Exchanger Christine Gebski, Thermo Fisher Scientific

23 Development and characterization of an orbitally shaken 12 L bioreactor suitable for mammalian and microcarrier cultures Dr. David Laidlaw, Kuhner Shaker Inc

24 VAYU meter - Bio monitoring device Dr. Moria Shimoni, VAYU sense

25 The Use of Mobius MIX Vessels with Protein Solutions: Impact of Impeller Flow and Particle Shedding on Protein Turbidity and Aggregation Dr. Dana Kinzlmaier, EMD Millipore

26 Efficient separation of antibody light chains from bi-specific antibody monomer using mixed-mode sorbents Dr. Yamuna Dasarathy, Pall Life Sciences

27 Continuous CHO Cell Culture Perfusion Platform for Process Development and Manufacturing Olivier Berteau, Charter Medical, Ltd.

* This list of posters may not be the final displayed on-site at the event. Changes/additions may occur prior to the event.

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