Third Annual Protein Purification & Recovery
Hotel Del Coronado
1500 Orange Ave.
Coronado, California
Streamlining Processes with Advanced Technologies to Ensure Quality

This annual meeting provides an overview of the current tactics and technologies for optimizing the task of purifying proteins in the effort to reach consistency and
quality. Case studies are presented that are based on science, yet illustrate the tenacity needed to maximize purity and yield, while minimizing purification steps.
Sessions highlight alternative expression systems, affinity tags, achieving higher throughput, and difficult-to-purify proteins.

Schedule of Presentations:

Monday, January 10, 2011
07:30:00 Conference Registration and Morning Coffee
08:25:00 Innovative Solutions
08:30:00 Chairperson’s Opening Remarks
08:40:00 Opening Keynote Presentation
08:45:00 Endo- and Exoproteolytic Removal of Affinity Tags David S. Waugh
09:30:00 Featured Presentation
09:35:00 Strategies in the Expression and Purification of Recombinant Proteins for Small- Molecule Drug Discovery Applications Ian Hunt
10:05:00 Coffee Break | Featuring Emerging Companies Products
10:35:00 Optimizing Purification Processes
10:45:00 Optimizing the Recovery of Protein Targets Using Statistical Design of Experiment Susanne Swalley
11:15:00 Evaluation of a Multimodal Resin for Selective Capture of CHO-Derived Monoclonal Antibodies Directly from Harvested Cell Culture Fluid Kimberly A. Kaleas
11:45:00 Solutions for the Expression and Purification of Pre-Clinical Grade Therapeutic Proteins Richard J. Buick
12:15:00 Sponsored Presentation
12:30:00 Luncheon Presentations | or Lunch on Your Own
13:55:00 Tag Technology
14:00:00 Chairperson’s Remarks
14:05:00 Self-Cleaving Tags | New Options and New Applications David Wood
14:35:00 The Biotinylated Sortase Self-Cleavage Purification Method (BISOP) Combined with the Wheat Germ Cell-Free System Yaeta Endo
15:05:00 PEGylate and Purify | A Dual Role of His-tag for PEGylated Therapeutics Ji-won Choi
15:35:00 Sponsored Presentation
15:50:00 Networking Refreshment Break Featuring Emerging Companies/Products
16:25:00 Difficult to Purify
16:30:00 Using Tandem Affinity Purification-Mass Spectrometry for Analyzing Intracellular Signaling Complexes Alexey Veraksa
17:00:00 Purification and Stabilization of Membrane Proteins
17:30:00 Development of a Manufacturable, Cost Effective Nickel Affinity Purification for the Purification of Insoluble Recombinant Proteins Troy McSherry
18:00:00 Welcoming Reception | Exhibit Hall
Tuesday, January 11, 2011
07:30:00 Breakfast Presentation | Coffee
08:10:00 Alternative Systems
08:15:00 Chairperson’s Opening Remarks
08:20:00 A Visible Heme Tag for Protein Affinity Purification and Quantification Kara L. Bren
09:20:00 The Utility of Algal Chloroplasts in the Expression of Immunotoxins Miller Tran
09:50:00 Re-Thinking the Bioreactor | Minimizing Stresses to Increase Protein Yield Alan Cheng
10:05:00 Coffee Break | Exhibit and Poster Viewing
10:45:00 New Insights into Parvovirus Filtration for Monoclonal Antibody Purification Amit Mehta
11:15:00 Lessons Learned (and Learning) when Increasing Throughput William Gillette
11:45:00 Progress in Production and Biospecific Separation of Proteins Sophia Hobe
12:15:00 Applying Disposable Applications in Downstream Processing Adam Goldstein
12:45:00 High Throughput Screening and Purification Development on Mixed-Mode Sorbents Warren Schwartz
14:00:00 BuzZ Session A | Interactive participation leads to problem-solving solutions and future collaborations around focused topics.
14:45:00 Refreshment Break | Exhibit Viewing and Poster Awards
15:30:00 BuzZ Session B | Interactive participation leads to problem-solving solutions and future collaborations around focused topics.
16:15:00 End of Conference
16:20:00 Registration for Short Courses
16:30:00 Concurrent Dinner Short Courses
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