The success of your gene therapy vectors is dependent on optimal formulation conditions. Finding a buffer that provides better long-term stability for AAVs is a crucial step in the process of developing a clinic-bound therapeutic. Join Dr. Igor Oruetexebarria, senior scientist at Kuopio Center for Gene and Cell Therapy, as he walks through some of the current challenges in the field of gene therapy AAV development, and explains how the nanoDSF and DLS capabilities of the Prometheus Panta have improved the outcomes for his vector candidates.
SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, Calif Feb 16 2022 — NanoTemper Technologies today announced the addition of Static Lig...
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