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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 developi
Optimizing your vectors for gene therapy is a daunting task. When developing and optimizing AAVs, concerns such as serotype, storage stability, expression method, and genetic fill level must be addres
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Watch this webinar if you’re working in the field of small molecule drug discovery and want to learn how scientists in this field use biophysical tools to search for the most promising lead compounds.
AbbVie preformulation is an early discovery biologics group working to optimise antibodies prior to downstream assays and clinical delivery. Join Brittney Mills, PhD, as she explains how AbbVie uses
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What you’ll learn It’s very common to experience low expression levels when producing membrane proteins — plus they’re finicky and unstable when they're outside of their native environment. Just know
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Targeted protein degradation using molecular glues or proteolysis-targeting chimeras (PROTACs) is an increasingly important therapeutic modality, especially for undruggable targets. Even with candidat
SARS-CoV-2, the causative agent of COVID-19, has an ssRNA genome of almost 30kb that encodes for a total of 26 proteins. Among the four structural viral protein, in particular the S protein stands out
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Join this case study and walk through of Prometheus Panta. Make your formulation workflow more efficient and effective with simultaneous, multi-parameter stability characterization. What you’ll lear
Join this e-demo on the Prometheus Panta. Learn how to collect thermal unfolding, particle sizing, and aggregation data on a single platform using the NIST mAb. The growing complexity of therapeutic
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Gene therapy promises to treat and potentially cure a disease by correcting its underlying genetic cause. While gene therapies that utilize AAV vectors have shown encouraging results —including a few