Webinar live date: Tuesday 14 May 201914:00 [BST] 15:00 [CEST] 09:00 [EDT] 06:00 [PDT]. Arno Kromminga and Lydia Michaut will discuss the strategies and challenges of immunogenicity assessment for gene therapy compounds.
In this free on demand panel discussion, our experts provide insights into their own research with cellular and gene therapies including the challenges they have had to overcome, key trends they have seen and their future outlook of the development of this field.
The speakers from our January panel discussion on immunogenicity answer further questions from the live event
We present a rare opportunity to see experts from across the pharmaceutical and CRO industries sharing perspectives on FDA guidance, transitioning skills and future hopes for the bio lab.
Webinar available to view on demand. In this case study, Alturas Analytics (ID, USA) presents the techniques they use in their labs for optimal analysis of large molecules from biological matrices.
Thank you everyone who attended our live webinar ‘Clinical relevance of (unwanted drug induced) immune responses’. Here are some responses to the questions posed during the live event that we did not have time to answer.
Webinar available to view on demand. In this free panel discussion, our experts will provide insights into their own research with immunogenicity including the challenges they have had to overcome, key trends they have seen and their future outlook of the development of this field.
Webinar available to view on demand. Exploring the challenges a lack of industry standardization presents for CRO project managers and scientists as well as biopharma and biotech companies.
Webinar available to view on demand. This webinar will give an overview of immunogenicity assay development, explore the impact of anti-drug antibodies on bioanalysis and review relevant case studies discussing in-study cut-point and tolerance.
Webinar available to view on demand. Learn how a standardized approach for the bioanalysis of biotherapeutics by hybrid LC–MS is applied in a contract research environment, whilst also considering compliance with regulatory requirements.
Researchers have developed a novel technology to test for viral infections by detecting small amounts of antibodies in the blood.