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Well Characterized Biologicals


Innovative Strategies and Regulatory Guidance for Characterizing Biological Products and Identifying and Controlling Variants and Impurities

November 03-04, 2014 · Washington Marriott at Metro Center · Washington, DC



Updated: July 16, 2014

Silver Sponsors
Avacta Analytical Ltd. Headquartered in the UK, Avacta Analytical provides innovative instrumentation to the biopharmaceutical market. Avacta's groundbreaking Optim instrument combines the powerful analytical capabilities of fluorescence and static light scattering technologies to probe multiple stability-indicating parameters at high speed, using ultra-low sample volumes of proteins and other molecules. The Optim technology provides greater insight at lower cost, and has now been adopted by most of the top global biopharmaceutical companies. This, together with a growing list of academic partners and citations, confirms Avacta's position as a creator of original, high quality instruments.
Life Technologies - A Thermo Fisher Scientific Brand Thermo Fisher Scientific and Life Technologies have combined to create an unrivaled leader for integrated bioprocess workflow solutions with a robust portfolio of products, technologies and services. Discover solutions for your liquid preparation, cell culture, harvest and separation, purification, fill and finish, storage and transport, and pharmaceutical analytics needs.
Technology Workshop Sponsor
fortebio FortéBio - A Division of Pall Life Sciences - markets the Octet and BLItz platforms for label-free, high-throughput and micro-volume analysis. The platforms include instruments, 15 biosensor chemistries, and software to measure affinity, kinetics, and concentration in crude or purified samples. These real-time, "dip and read" methods allow simpler, faster and more cost-effective workflows compared to SPR, ELISA and HPLC.
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