Download our scientific poster to read about how our expert team of scientists usesd orthogonal analytic techniques to better understand the structure-function relationship of a biotherapeutic.
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Download our free guide of key methods for characterizing your protein. Written by our team of expert chemists who partner with you to enable a fully tailored package
Download our recent poster from our technical development scientists, who developed a platform method for ADCC and ADCP using IntelliCyt’s (part of Sartorius Stedim Biotech) iQue Screener PLUS.
Watch our webinar on demand now. Dr. Cornelia Lindner, Sartorius Stedim Cellca, discusses the process of optimizing a platform for CHO cell line generation. Presenter Cornelia Lindner, Team Lead Operations, Sartorius Stedim Cellca Description The market for therapeutic proteins is steadily growing and biological formats are getting more complex, resulting in a high demand for More
Webinar – Upgrading Your Recombinant Protein Expression: Expert Advice on Optimizing Mammalian Cell-based Production
Watch our webinar on demand: Upgrading your recombinant protein expression, with expert advice on optimizing mammalian cell-based production. Presenters Dr. Christoph Zehe, Lead Scientist for Cell Line Development at Sartorius Stedim Cellca GmbH, Germany Dr. Beate Stern, CSO for Uni Targeting Research AS, Norway Description In this webinar, we will discuss the key factors for More
Download our presentation by senior scientist, Martin de Cecco, from the Waters Symposium at BioCity, home of our cell bank manufacturing facility.
Download our poster presented at the CYTO Conference, Prague, May 2018, about our development & qualification of the VEGF Binding Assay on an iQue® Screener PLUS by our scientists, Katie Chapple and Ben Tyrrell.
Driving Robust & Reproducible ADCC and T Cell Redirection with Single Donor KILR CD16 Effector Cells
Download our scientific poster to discover the methods and results for a highly reproducible and robust ADCC assay using KILR Cd16 Effector Cells.