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LabXpo Digital Event - Sustainability

Tue, Jul 16th 2024, 3:00 PM

Traditional labs have inefficiencies that can significantly impact both the environment and your bottom line. High utility consumption, expensive equipment replacements, reagent waste, and excess byproducts can all reduce the sustainability of your lab. Integrating sustainable processes and equipment into your lab can help reduce both your operational costs and environmental footprint. Developing a sustainable lab doesn't happen overnight, but a series of equipment and utility changes can be made now in order to save time and money down the road.Join LabX on July 16 for our LabXpo Sustainability in the Lab event, a one-day program featuring industry experts who will share their experiences and tips for making the shift to a greener lab. Learn about the latest energy-efficient products, the value of circular asset management, and methods to reduce waste in your processes. Explore strategies for developing a more sustainable, less wasteful, and more efficient lab facility. Discover how creating a greener work facility will not only help the environment but also improve your lab’s bottom line. Speakers will participate in an interactive Q&A session with the audience following each session.

Accelerating Cancer Research: Microplate Reader-Based Viability Analysis for Rapid Drug Candidate Identification in Patient-Derived Organoids

Tue, May 21st 2024, 5:00 PM

Patient-derived organoids offer researchers biologically relevant models for cancer research, providing greater insights into candidate drug treatments for individualized treatment.Here, we demonstrate methods for analyzing organoid viability that allow for rapid identification of effective drug candidates and can be combined with further downstream image analysis. Using colorectal cancer organoid lines derived from patient tissues, organoid number and overall morphologies were assessed by label-free transmitted light imaging acquired and analyzed on ImageXpress Micro Confocal High-Content Imaging System and Image Acquisition and Analysis Software.The response of organoids to compounds after five days of compound treatment was assayed using the CellTiter-Glo® 3D Cell Viability Assay (Promega), with results detected using a SpectraMax® i3x Multi-Mode Microplate Reader and data analyzed using a preconfigured protocol in SoftMax Software.Such use of label-free imaging and plate-reader-based viability analysis serve as preliminary approaches to identifying potential drugs with measurable effects on treated organoids.

From Lab to Table: Advancing Global Food Sustainability with Molecular Devices

Thu, May 9th 2024, 5:00 PM

This webinar will explore the revolutionary role of synthetic biology in addressing global sustainability challenges, with a particular focus on cultured meat production. Participants will gain insights into how Molecular Devices' Clone Screening instruments – QPix, ClonePix, CloneSelect Imager, and DispenCell Single-Cell Dispenser – are pivotal in advancing research and development in this field. The webinar will cover the latest trends, technological advancements, and the potential impact of cultured meat on global food security.

LabXpo Digital Event - Labs of the Future

Wed, Mar 27th 2024, 3:00 PM

Ongoing innovations in lab equipment and technology are bringing us the labs of the future sooner than expected. Whether it’s integrating AI into workflows, adding automation to streamline time-consuming processes, or developing novel instruments that increase productivity and scalability, there have been transformative developments throughout the world of laboratory sciences. Many of these innovations are applicable in multiple fields, but how do you know what new developments can be integrated into your lab?Join LabX on March 27 for our LabXpo Labs of the Future digital event to explore some of these new and exciting developments with our industry expert speakers. This one-day program will cover how hot topics such as automation, AI, and smart connectivity have been integrated into various lab processes, as well as highlight new equipment and technology that can bring your lab into the world of the future. Speakers will participate in an interactive Q&A session with the audience following each session.

PFAS: Identifying Forever Chemicals using GC—A Fireside Chat

Thu, Feb 22nd 2024, 6:00 PM

Join PEAK Scientific, Agilent, and Markes for this discussion on the use of GC in identifying Forever Chemicals. The panel will be discussing recent advancements, challenges, and case studies in an interactive session which can be shaped by audience questions on the subject.In this Fireside Chat, your questions and input will help to guide the conversation during the webinar where our team of experts will be discussing and answering all your questions surrounding PFAS and the analysis of these Forever Chemicals.

Don’t Let Compromised Sample Integrity Break Your Heart

Wed, Feb 14th 2024, 6:00 PM

Human blood is packed with circulating biomarkers. Liquid biopsy takes advantage of this, using a simple blood draw to gain knowledge about a patient, from predisposition to cancer to whether a traumatic brain injury has occurred. Because several diseases are associated with increased biomarkers, it is paramount that analysis of samples reflects concentrations of these analytes at draw time. This leaves research laboratories with two options: Analyze the samples immediately or use a stabilization tube to maintain draw-time analyte concentrations.While stabilization tubes allow for long-term room temperature storage, it can be difficult to know which is the right one for your needs. How do you know when you’ve found “the one?”In this webinar, Dr. Nicholas George, Senior R&D Manager at Streck, will walk you through Streck’s stabilization portfolio to help you find your perfect stabilization match.

In-Depth Adeno-Associated Virus Characterization with Microchip Capillary Electrophoresis-Mass Spectrometry

Thu, Dec 7th 2023, 4:00 PM

This webinar consists of two parts: Dr. Adi Kulkarni from 908 Devices begins by providing a brief introduction to the ZipChip CE-MS technology, highlighting its features and benefits, followed by Dr. Josh Smith from NIBRT, with a deep dive of the ZipChip CE-MS technology applied to the characterization of AAVs. Commonly utilized liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry (LC-MS) characterization strategies are time consuming and sample intensive. Capillary electrophoresis (CE) is often adapted as an orthogonal alternative for biotherapeutic characterization because of its speed and sensitivity. However, the utility of CE is generally limited by poor compatibility with MS. ZipChip/MS overcomes these incompatibility issues enabling rapid in-depth characterization of biotherapeutics. In the first part of the webinar, Dr. Kulkarni will provide an overview of the ZipChip/MS technology and explain the fundamental concepts behind how ZipChip/MS works. In the second part of the webinar, Dr. Smith will present results obtained by applying the ZipChip/MS to the characterization of Adeno-Associated Virus (AAV) capsid proteins. AAVs are viral vectors increasingly investigated for their clinical potential as delivery systems of gene therapy targets. Characterization of intact AAV capsids, their viral proteins (VPs), and their post-translational modifications (PTMs) is critical to monitoring and ensuring product quality and efficacy.   Dr. Smith will demonstrate how microchip CE-MS can be applied to the characterization of AAVs, specifically VP characterization and peptide mapping. Performed across a spectrum of AAV serotypes, we discuss how this platform quickly provides crucial information related to the characteristics of AAVs including the presence of VP proteoforms and PTMs.

Eat, Sleep, Pipette, Repeat—Let's Do It Right!

Tue, Nov 28th 2023, 6:00 PM

INTEGRA Biosciences’ Group Product Manager Tom Bentivegna will highlight the pipetting best practices that you can implement in your lab for a faster workflow and greater confidence in your results. Covering crucial topics such as accuracy and precision, pipetting volume and angle, depth of aspiration, and viscous and volatile liquids, this in-depth webinar is highly relevant for a wide range of professionals and applications across academia, biotech, pharma, and clinical diagnostics. Tom will also be on hand to answer your questions live at the end of the session.

Make Money + Save Money = Save the World

Thu, Nov 16th 2023, 6:00 PM

In this webinar, REUZEit will discuss the importance of reuse and circularity. Using data and over a decade of shifting behavior patterns within the largest life science companies in the world, REUZEit will detail the significant impacts you can make at your organization by shifting to a circular approach with your surplus. Our speakers will share real-world results and best practices to help you optimize your lab, and will list small, easy changes and immediate action items that you can make with or without REUZEit's assistance.

Lab X-ray Absorption: A New Dimension for Materials Characterization

Wed, Nov 1st 2023, 5:00 PM

X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy (XAS) is a powerful and versatile technique that fits into the larger landscape of material characterization techniques by providing unique, element-specific insights into the local atomic structure, electronic properties, and bonding interactions of materials. It complements and enhances the information obtained from other characterization methods, contributing to a more comprehensive understanding of materials. In this session, we will discuss the utility of XAS and how newly developed lab-scale instrumentation enables its practical use as an everyday tool for materials characterization. Come see real-world applications of laboratory XAS.

LabXpo Digital Event - Innovations in Chromatography & Mass Spec

Wed, Jul 19th 2023, 5:00 PM

Investigators are constantly seeking new and better ways to perform their work. As science advances, so does the equipment used in the lab to perform this research. Lab professionals must also keep up-to-date on the latest techniques, methods, and instruments to accelerate workflows. What options do labs have to address challenges? How will the latest equipment offer solutions to these problems?Join LabXfor our LabXpo Innovations in Chromatography & Mass Spec digital event, a one-day program featuring industry experts who will share their experiences and knowledge. Discover new strategies and techniques related to chromatography and mass spectrometry instrumentation. Learn about the latest equipment and technologies you can use to develop streamlined lab processes. Speakers will participate in an interactive Q&A session with the audience following each session. 

Methods of DNA quantification for NGS samples

Tue, Jul 11th 2023, 5:00 PM

NGS provides comprehensive genomic information about disease, development, and other biological processes. Though the NGS workflow has been vastly simplified, there are still technical aspects required for a successful experiment. Sample preparation remains a critical step for optimal results from NGS.Learning objectives:Techniques for nucleic acid extractionInstruments for nucleic acid extraction and their workflowTips and tricks for best nucleic acid quantification results

Introducing the Shasta & K&A Platforms: New Tools in the Field of Oligonucleotide Synthesis

Thu, Jun 29th 2023, 5:00 PM

Twenty years in the making, Sierra BioSystems is a full-service shop for researchers looking to produce their own oligonucleotides. With a full compliment of synthesizers and ancillary equipment to choose from, there is no challenge we cannot help our customers meet.Our new, patented Shasta Synthesizer is the most versatile oligo synthesizer on the market to date. For the first time, customers can run oligos of varying length simultaneously without the need for additional solvents and test up to 16 conditions in the same run. The positive pressure, no vacuum design keeps results consistent from run to run, and NASA grade fluid paths keep maintenance to a minimum.The K&A family has recently expanded its product line to include the H-2, a direct replacement for the popular, but no longer supported, Expedite synthesizers, and the H-4-VLS and H-8-VLS systems, medium-to-large scale synthesis platforms with a small footprint.

Using Lab Automation to Treat Clinically Aggressive Cancers

Wed, Jun 28th 2023, 5:00 PM

Triple negative breast cancer is a clinically aggressive subtype of breast cancer with a high rate of drug resistance and few clinically approved targeted therapies. Moreover, traditional two-dimensional cell culture is unable to fully replicate the complexity of in vivo conditions during drug screens, making it an unreliable predictor for success in clinical trials.Therefore, there is a critical need to develop laboratory models of triple negative breast cancer with greater clinical relevance. This can be accomplished through the use of three-dimensional patient-derived spheroids. Patient-derived models provide substantial advantages: they maintain the cellular heterogeneity of tumors as well as the complex stroma. Additionally, three-dimensional culture techniques which generate spheriods maintain important characteristics found in vivo, such as cell-cell interactions.The Burow/Collins-Burow laboratory has characterized and generated a library of patient-derived xenografts (PDXs) and patient-derived cell lines (PDCs) generated from donated tissue from breast cancer patients in New Orleans. PDXs and PDCs can be used to generate three-dimensional culture models, including organoids and spheroids. Through using these models rather than immortalized cell lines, studies will have higher relevance to in vivo models and greater clinical relevance.

Ultra-precise ctDNA rare variant analysis of plasma samples using highly multiplexed assays on the QX600 Droplet Digital PCR System

Tue, Jun 27th 2023, 5:00 PM

In this webinar we will review the laboratory workflows and data analysis capabilities of the new QX600 Droplet Digital PCR (ddPCR) System (Bio-Rad Inc.). The presentation will review features that support sensitivity, specificity, and accuracy of multiplexed ddPCR. Specifically, we will highlight applications of potential use in oncology sample analysis, including rare variant detection for identification of actionable mutations in plasma specimens. Additionally, multiple target detection with ultra-sensitive variant detection could be of utility in minimal molecular residual disease applications.Provides insight into ddPCR assay development and characterization for detection of up to 12 rare variants per ctDNA sample along with real-world performance.Learning objectives:The new QX600 ddPCR System provides a highly adaptable, low-burden and lab-friendly workflowddPCR technology provides an ideal platform for ultra-sensitive, cost-effective ctDNA analysis with a rapid turn-around-timeThe advanced 6-color detection capabilities of the QX600 ddPCR System sets a new standard in user-friendliness when developing highly multiplexed assays

From Molecule to Market: Simplifying the Characterization of Antibody-Drug Conjugates (ADCs)

Wed, Jun 7th 2023, 5:00 PM

Antibody-drug conjugates (ADCs) are among the fastest growing class of biologics and are developed as a combination of monoclonal antibodies (mAbs) and highly potent cytotoxic molecules (drugs). The antibody, in addition to its own biological specificity through its paratope, has the function of a targeted transporting tool of the drug to the targeted cell. The conjugated molecules or particles typically have cytotoxic activity and thus increase the efficiency of the antibody by an additional mechanism, leading to increased death of cells carrying the target antigen.Conjugation of these drugs to antibodies, however, increases structural complexity which triggers the need for improved characterization methods. Common analytical technologies for characterization of ADCs, such as liquid chromatography, electrophoresis, and mass spectrometry, are useful in enabling the optimization of ADCs but need to be complemented with technologies that can add biophysical and functional information.This webinar will demonstrate the use of Octet® bio-layer interferometry (BLI) platform in combination with the iQue® Advanced Flow Cytometry Platform to characterize and compare the drug trastuzumab to the trastuzumab-containing reference medicinal products Kadcyla® and Enhertu®.

LabXpo Sustainability Digital Event - Growing A Greener Lab

Tue, Mar 28th 2023, 2:57 PM

Laboratories are notorious “energy hogs,” resulting in high utility bills and a significant impact on the environment. More and more labs are implementing “green” practices and equipment in order to save both money and environmental waste. There are a number of new products on the market that will help labs cut back on water usage, reduce waste output, and introduce innovative new ways to heat and cool labs. Developing a sustainable lab doesn't happen overnight, but a series of equipment and utility changes can be made now in order to save time and money down the road. In our LabXpo Sustainability digital event, learn about the latest equipment and technology you can use to develop a less wasteful, more efficient lab facility. Discover new strategies to create a greener work environment, understand the questions you need to ask when determining what kind of equipment to use for your lab, and find out how investing in a green lab will not only help the environment but also improve your lab’s bottom line. Speakers will participate in an interactive Q&A session with the audience following each session. 

The Raman "Engine" that Flexes to your Analytical Challenges

Tue, Mar 14th 2023, 2:00 PM

In this webinar, you’ll learn about the flexibility of a standalone Raman spectrometer that can also be used as a powerful Raman "engine” for integration with other analytical tools. With performance comparable to research-grade laboratory Raman spectrometers, this instrument is suitable for your demanding research, product development, and manufacturing needs. Following the presentation, the webinar will also include a live demonstration of the spectrometer and its usability. Learn how the usability and customizability of the research-grade compact Thermo Scientific™ DXR3 Flex Raman Spectrometer can meet your specific Raman analysis needs. When used as a standalone Raman spectrometer or integrated with another analytical tool, the DXR3 Flex Raman Spectrometer can: Easily achieve Raman analysis in standalone mode by using accessories, such as optical fiber probes, a macro sampling compartment, a micro stage, and many more.Couple with other equipment in any position through its open architecture design, eliminating the need for multiple measurements and assumptions. Be integrated in rheology, hot melt extrusion, and lab and manufacturing scale processing.

The Helium Shortage & the Alternative for your Lab

Thu, Feb 9th 2023, 6:00 PM

The lab world is still feeling the effects of Helium Shortage 4.0 and, with shortages becoming more common, it is time labs look at suitable alternatives to maximize uptime and safeguard their analysis from gas supply disruptions. With hydrogen offering faster analysis times and maintaining accurate results, labs are turning to in-house hydrogen generators for their analysis. Join us in this webinar where we will discuss the current global helium shortage, the impact this is having on labs, and the alternatives to keep your GC analysis running.Learning objectives:What has caused the newest helium shortage?How long is it likely to last?What can labs do to avoid disruptions?

Environmental Analysis Using Refurbished Equipment

Wed, Dec 7th 2022, 6:00 PM

Why buy new when you don't have to?! William Flannery, service engineer at GenTech Scientific, discusses the various instruments needed for environmental analysis, including PFAS analysis EPA Method 537.1, EPA 8280B, and more. In addition, William highlights the benefits of using refurbished analytical instruments and explains how refurbished instruments can boost your budget while achieving the same accuracy as newer models. The webinar is brought to you by GenTech Scientific. GenTech offers premium refurbished analytical instruments, along with excellent training, and service and repair services to ensure your lab collects the most accurate data quickly and safely.

LabXpo: Surplus & Asset Management - Learning From Your Lab Equipment

Thu, Dec 1st 2022, 4:00 PM

The life cycle of equipment is a significant concern in the laboratory. This includes not only the question of whether to refurbish existing or purchase new equipment but also how to navigate a service contract, whether buying or leasing is the right option, and what to do with unwanted equipment. What steps are needed to properly evaluate your lab equipment in order to determine whether it has outlived its usefulness? What is the most responsible way to dispose of your used equipment? How can you track the life cycle of your lab equipment in an efficient, easy-to-manage way? LabX hosted industry experts speaking on these topics and more during its LabXpo Surplus & Asset Management digital event on December 1. Top leaders in the lab industry offer strategies and advice on effectively overseeing your lab’s asset portfolio and making intelligent financial decisions to maximize your ROI. An audience Q&A session follows each presentation. Register for free to view this digital event that will offer valuable guidance as you address your laboratory equipment challenges.

Reimagine Immediate Same Laboratory Results for Atomic Spectroscopy—Safer, Faster, and Smaller

Wed, Nov 30th 2022, 6:00 PM

The lifecycle of an atomic spectrometer instrument (AA/ICP-OES) is typically 10 to 15 years. Technology evolves at a much faster pace. Radom has evolved atomic spectroscopy not only with hardware design but includes installation, support, and quality.Learn about the advancement in plasma generation, Radom Corporation MICAP-OES 1000 and its applications to atomic spectroscopy. This innovation provides the ability to adapt traditional sample submission to a central location. The MICAP-OES 1000 facilitates Process Analytical Techniques (PAT) by providing immediate analysis in-situ, at manufacturing/quality process streams, mining exploration and field monitoring sites.Radom has contracted Inorganic Ventures to provide high-performance instrument set-up solutions. Inorganic Ventures (IV), a Certified Reference Material (CRM) manufacturer, was established over 35 years ago and guarantees “Quality Beyond the Bottle.” IV has adapted their quality approach to exceed industry standard expectations in turnaround time, shelf life, and service. This ensures the integrity of the validation installation of the MICAP-OES 1000. This new approach to atomic spectroscopy installation changes the way we deliver our product to a faster uptime without jeopardizing performance.Join the Radom and IV teams to learn how Radom and Inorganic Ventures guarantee efficiency and confidence in your atomic spectroscopy analysis.

Keep Running, Take the Lead: Introducing a NEW GC Single Quadrupole and GC Triple Quadrupole

Tue, Oct 4th 2022, 5:00 PM

High throughput laboratories in the environmental and food industries face constant pressure to analyze more samples, even as resources shrink and analytical challenges grow. New developments in intelligence and performance raise the gold-standard in GC/MS to handle the complexity and demands of routine testing.   In this webinar, the speakers will focus on new technology advancements and best practices in GC/MS that reduce downtime and enhance lab productivity and performance. They will also highlight overcoming the challenges due to helium shortage without compromising on system performance. 

LabXpo: Product Innovation - Discovering The Latest Technologies and Solutions For Today's Lab

Tue, Sep 27th 2022, 3:00 PM

The constant drive to innovate pushes researchers into exciting new areas of technology development. With the never-ending stream of development, it may feel like an impossible task to keep up with the latest advancements. When is the right time, and where is the right place, to purchase new equipment? Will the latest automation systems truly help you to optimize lab productivity? How can you be sure that you're choosing the best tools for your research? Are you getting the best return on investment?LabX—the world's premier online marketplace for lab equipment and solutions—will host a series of industry experts speaking on these issues and more at the inaugural LabXpo Product Innovation digital event to be held on September 27, 2022.With an audience of over 1.4 M annual visitors, LabX is a leading resource for your lab. This breadth of experience has enabled LabX to source top experts in the lab science industry to help you to address these challenges. Join these experts in a series of informative webinars as they discuss the latest innovations in lab science and the easiest and most efficient ways to secure equipment for your lab. An audience Q&A session will follow each session.Register for free to attend the educational event that will offer valuable guidance as you consider the best instruments, accessories, consumables, and supplies for your lab.  Sign up for FREE and learn about the latest innovations and equipment for laboratory facilities. The sessions featured in this virtual conference will provide you with the resources you need regarding outsourcing/insourcing concerns, what's new in lab instrumentation, and choosing the right business model for your facility. By completing this one-time registration form, you will receive access to all of the LabXPo webinar presentations.

Strategies for High-quality Recombinant Protein Production

Thu, Sep 8th 2022, 3:00 PM

To study the structure and biochemistry of a protein, it is important to acquire protein preparations with high purity, homogeneity, and stability. Most proteins are of low abundance in nature, thus a method to generate large quantity of proteins is desired. Recombinant protein expression technique was established in the early 1970s and since then has paved a gateway for modern protein biochemistry.In this talk, Dr. Yuning Chen from Sino Biological will review strategies involved in recombinant protein production, particularly focus on construct design, culture optimization, and purification methods to provide the audience with a gateway to the field of recombinant protein expression.Learning objectives:What are recombinant proteins and their roles in modern biotechnology?Recombinant protein expression: host systems and general workflowStrategies for recombinant protein construct designMethods for optimal recombinant protein expression and purification

The Head and Heart for Routine Analysis

Tue, Jul 19th 2022, 5:00 PM

Quantitative mass spectrometry has been a core, day-to-day technology acting as the heart of the analytical lab. However, with the advent of powerful onboard computing, the 6475 triple quadrupole LC/MS system has been enhanced and augmented with MassHunter 12 software to be more intelligent, smart, and self-aware—representing the head and heart for routine analysis.Through this talk, you will learn about:The new 6475 triple quadrupole LC/MS system and smart onboard technology to help achieve peak performance, monitor instrument health, anticipate maintenance, assure sample specifications, and speed up analytical throughputThe core hardware and software technologies that drives instrument intelligence such as AI, maintenance automation, method development automation, and intelligent reflex secondary injection logicBenefits of high-performance hardware capability resulting in faster throughput, lower LLOQs, and versatility to analyze different kinds of compoundsBuilt-in data integrity, audit trail, and user management features

Small Lab, Big Challenges: How the Right Reader Can Impact Productivity

Thu, Jun 30th 2022, 5:00 PM

Researchers with limited funding, often face the challenge of only having one top-class microplate reader available on which to run their assays. The reader always seems to be tied up in longer running experiments, and due to their sensitive budget, they often result to purchasing single-mode (absorbance, fluorescence, luminescence) readers from multiple vendors with multiple software systems only to find aggregating data to be a huge bottleneck. These scientists need a reliable solution that is economical and compact but can be integrated into a large work station with multiple instruments with no impact on data quality.In this webinar, we will discuss the various challenges these labs and researchers face and how they can increase their time to discovery, number of papers published, grants applied for, and more with a sensitive budget.

Luxury or Necessity: Which Features Should I Have on My Plate Reader?

Tue, May 31st 2022, 8:00 PM

The popularity of countless microplate-based assays and reagents means microplate readers are important for many applications in multiple fields, from environmental research to drug discovery. Microplate detection is used for all non-radioactive detection modes, reading from six- up to 3456-well plates. Beyond a reader’s core functionality, they can be enhanced with monochromators, atmospheric control, reagent injection, stackers advanced detection methods, and other features.The more the better! However, if you are on the market for a plate reader you may quickly realize that the number of choices can be overwhelming. What do I really need? And more importantly, what will I need tomorrow? In this webinar, we touch upon all important features and choices you have to consider when looking for a plate reader.

State-of-the-art Infrared Microanalysis and the Analytical Laboratory

Thu, Mar 24th 2022, 3:00 PM

There are many considerations in evaluating scientific instrumentation to ensure a successful integration into the modern analytical laboratory. The demands for high sample throughput continue to increase, while manpower limitations persist in many labs. Of course, the quality of the data analysis must be of the highest value to provide accurate identification of unknowns and the reliable qualification of components and products. Infrared spectroscopy based analytical instrumentation has found favor in the analytical lab for many years, due to its reliability in providing accurate results noninvasively. However, many labs now require validated solutions, to include microspectroscopic analysis.A new infrared microscope has been introduced to greatly expand the capabilities of the analytical laboratory (Hyperion II, Bruker Scientific, LLC). Performance enhancements have resulted in much faster data collections than previously available allowing for large area imaging to be practical. One of the most important improvements is the novel use of quantum cascade lasers that are artifact free and can be reliably utilized. Business card size areas can now be rapidly imaged with a spatial resolution of five microns! Lastly, all data collected is fully validated and 21 CFR p.11 compliant. The system runs the fully integrated validation tests that can be readily optimized to be in line with your lab’s SOPs.

Extensive Introduction to the Products and CRO Services of Sino Biological

Thu, Mar 17th 2022, 3:00 PM

Sino Biological is a leading manufacturer and service provider in the field of recombinant proteins and antibody development. A comprehensive collection of catalog products including drug targets, cytokines and receptors, Fc receptors, viral proteins, and their related monoclonal antibodies, as well as cDNA clones, are provided for the scientific community.Several robust recombinant protein expression platforms and antibody discovery methods have been established and are available for customized contracted research projects. In this webinar, we will provide an overview of our catalog products and the current CRO service landscape at Sino Biological with special focus on the strategies combined with case studies to produce challenging proteins and development of high-quality antibodies.Key learnings:Introduction to the largest validated recombinant protein bankAdvantages and strengths of our platforms and servicesThe benefits of optimized CRO service workflowWorking capacity of different platformsThe lead times of different customized servicesExperience and case study sharing of recombinant production and antibody development