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PepTalk 2015

PepTalk: Protein Science Week 2015, Pipeline 5 Analytics & Impurities 

Molar Mass, Size & Interactions: Light Scattering Tools for Essential Biophysical Characterization

presented by Dan Some, Ph.D., Jan. 19th, 12:15pm

Abstract: Biophysical techniques based on static and dynamic light scattering address many of the key analytical challenges in biotherapeutic R&D, from early candidate selection through scale-up, formulation, characterization and comparability studies. This seminar will review light scattering technology and instrumentation, then present select examples illustrating how Wyatt's light scattering solutions facilitate rapid and effective development of biologics including mAbs, ADCs, PEGylated and other proteins.

Place: PepTalk, San Diego, CA 

For more info.  PepTalk: Protein Science Week

 

PepTalk 2015 

Molar Mass, Size, Charge & Interactions: Light Scattering Tools for Essential Biophysical Characterization

presented by Dan Some, Ph.D., Jan. 28, 10:20am

Abstract: From aggregates to conjugates and peptides to polysaccharides, light scattering detectors combine with a variety of sample delivery systems to provide a comprehensive suite of biophysical characterization tools. The latest addition to the toolkit, the µDAWN, adds multi-angle light scattering capabilities to UHPLC for enhanced resolution, speed and productivity in absolute molar mass determination. This seminar presents an overview of instrumentation and examples of the tasks relevant to well-characterized biopharmaceuticals that may be accomplished with these tools.

Place: WCBP, Washington, DC 

For more info.  WCBP 2015 - CASSS

 

PepTalk 2015 

The Light Scattering Toolkit for Biophysical Characterization:
Lab Essentials for Enhancing Studies of Purification, Crystallization, Formulation, Conjugation, Conformation, and Interactions

presented by Stephanie Cope, Ph.D., Feb. 8, 3:30pm

Abstract: Biophysical techniques based on static and dynamic light scattering address many of the key analytical challenges associated with proteins, oligonucleotides, vesicles and other biomacromolecules. This workshop will cover the following techniques: Batch DLS, SEC-MALS and SEC-DLS, FFF-MALS and FFF-DLS, and CG-MALS.

Place: 59th Annual Biophysical Society Meeting, Baltimore, MD 

For more info.  Biophysical Society


PepTalk 2015 

Protein, Polymer, and Nanoparticle Characterization
by Light Scattering Techniques

 

1/2 day Short Course presented by Sigrid Kuebler, Ph.D., Wed. March 11, 2015, 8:30am

This session is an introductory course, and no previous light scattering experience is required. It is suited for scientists in the pharmaceutical, chemical, biotechnology, nanotechnology and medical device industry, as well as researchers working in academic or government labs who wish to learn how light scattering can help them characterize their proteins, synthetic or natural polymers, and nanoparticles. Similar to a "mini" Light Scattering University®, it is a great light scattering refresher.

Place: New Orleans, Louisiana

Cost: $275 ($375 after 2/20/15) 

For more info.  PittCon 1/2 day Short Course