9th Annual Biomarkers Congress
Phage Display of Antibodies and Peptides
Intercontinental Hotel Boston Massachusetts
510 ATLANTIC AVENUE
BOSTON, 02210 • UNITED STATES, MA,
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Phage Display
Diffi cult to Express Proteins
Recombinant Antibodies
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Engineering Proteins for Delivery
Clinical Development of
Therapeutic Antibodies
Immunogenicity in Clinical Trials
Protein Scale-Up & Manufacturing
Phage Display of Antibodies and Peptides,
SELECTION IN COMPLEX SYSTEMS: CREATING
FUNCTIONALLY DIVERSE LIBRARIES

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Schedule of Presentations:

Sunday, April 27, 2008
16:00:00 Conference Pre-Registration
18:00:00 End of Conference Pre-Registration
Monday, April 28, 2008
07:00:00 Registration Open
08:30:00 SELECTION IN COMPLEX SYSTEMS: CREATING Karl Dane Wittrup
08:40:00 KEYNOTE PRESENTATION Methods to Select and Evolve Transmembrane William F DeGrado
09:10:00 Chaperone-Assisted Crystallography: Overcoming Barriers to Solving Structures of Membrane Proteins and Functional RNAs Anthony A Kossiakoff
09:40:00 Engineering Proteins for Structural Analyses Using Shotgun Proteolysis Daniel Christ
10:10:00 Grand Opening Coffee Break in the Exhibit Hall
11:10:00 Discovering Selective Kinase Inhibitors Utilizing Small Molecules Tethered to a Phage-Display Library Indraneel Ghosh
11:40:00 Co-Crystallization with Antibody Fragments Generated by Phage Display Syed Mir
12:10:00 Phage-Displayed Selections and Screens with Terpene Synthases Gregory A Weiss
12:40:00 LUNCHEON TECHNOLOGY WORKSHOP Michael Cicirelli
13:10:00 Presentation II (Sponsorship Available)
13:40:00 Break
14:00:00 Chairperson’s Remarks IMPROVED SELECTION AND SCREENING Andrew M Bradbury
14:05:00 KEYNOTE PRESENTATION Synbodies: Beyond Antibodies? Stephen Albert Johnston
14:35:00 Using Helper Plasmids in Phage Antibody Library Selection Andrew M Bradbury
15:05:00 Refreshment Break in the Exhibit Hall
15:45:00 Engineering Aglycosylated Antibodies with Effector Functions George Georgiou
16:15:00 FACS-Proteomics: Novel Particle Arrays for Parallel Use of Up to 1400 Antibodies in a Sample Fridtjof Lund Johansen
16:45:00 Integration of Phage Display and Yeast Surface Display for Engineering Synthetic Protein ,Interaction Interfaces Shohei Koide
17:15:00 Problem-Solving Break-Out Sessions
18:00:00 Networking Cocktail Reception in the Exhibit Hall
18:45:00 Day End
Tuesday, April 29, 2008
08:00:00 Registration Open
08:25:00 Chairperson’s Remarks ENGINEERING DUAL TARGETING ANTIBODIES Dev Sidhu
08:30:00 Synthetic Antibodies Germaine Fuh
09:00:00 Engineering Stable Bispecifi c Antibodies via Combinatorics from a Human Library Robert Mabry
09:30:00 Ligand-Directed Vascular Targeting and Molecular Imaging Renata Pasqualini
10:00:00 Coffee Break in the Exhibit Hall
10:40:00 Chairperson’s Remarks AFFINITY MATURATION Ayano Satoh
10:45:00 Selection of Horseradish Peroxidase Variants with Enhanced Enantioselectivity by Yeast Surface Display Dasa Lipovsec
11:15:00 Implementation of Phage Escape Libraries in the Study of Viral Evolution and High-Throughput Drug Screening Tobin J Dickerson
11:45:00 Solutions Showcase (Sponsorship Available)
12:15:00 Luncheon Workshop (Sponsorship Available) or Lunch on Your Own
13:15:00 Break (Shared session with Recombinant Antibodies)
14:00:00 Chairperson’s Remarks Lutz Jermutus
14:05:00 FEATURED PRESENTATION Respiratory Antibody Portfolio Case Study anti-IL-13, anti-GMCSFR, anti-IL5R, anti-IL-9 Roland Kolbeck
14:50:00 Dll4 and Notch1 Antagonist Antibodies Inhibit Tumor Growth by Deregulating Angiogenesis Yan Wu
15:20:00 DVD-Ig: a Novel Bispecifi c Antibody Technology Chengbin Wu
15:50:00 Refreshment Break in the Exhibit Hall
16:15:00 Case Study: Antibodies as Protease Inhibitors Laetitia Devy
16:45:00 Development of a Portfolio of Therapeutic Anti bodies for Oncology Combining Xenomouse and Display Technologies David Blakey
17:15:00 End of Phage Display of Antibodies and Peptides
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