3D Tissue Models
Characterization, Purification & Screening
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   Although most scientists would argue that protein expression science
   is mature, challenges still remain. New expression methods and
   technologies continue to provide improved protein yield, stability,
   and structure. Cambridge Healthtech Institute’s 13th Annual
   “Characterization, Purification & Screening” (formerly “Protein
   Expression”) conference will explore the successful methods and
   technologies currently being used, or in development, to provide the
   quantity and quality of proteins necessary for upstream research and
   drug development. The 2010 Meeting continues the strong tradition of
   addressing research and development throughout the protein expression
   pipeline from initial steps, to efficient expression system design.
   Case studies will shed light on the manufacture of modified gene cells
   as well as cell clone characterization and purification of proteins
   from high producers. In its 13th year, Protein Expression, the
   backbone for PepTalk, provides the foundation for other therapeutic
   production pipelines.

Schedule of Presentations:

Wednesday, January 13, 2010
Thursday, January 14, 2010
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