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Rapid Antibody Discovery: A Case Study in Optimization and Validation

In this GEN webinar, sponsored by Charles River, our expert presenters will take us through case studies on CD47, TFR1, and SIRPa antibody discovery programs leveraging the Distributed Bio's antibody discovery technology.
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Quantitative Synthetic Biology to Advance Biologics Production

In this GEN webinar, sponsored by Asimov, we will hear about a new CHO platform that moves beyond the one-size-fits-all paradigm by tailoring vectors for each molecule to optimize expression.
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Advancing mRNA Therapeutics with Engineered Enzymes

Join this GEN webinar, where scientists from Codexis and Tune Therapeutics will highlight how engineered enzymes overcome common challenges with capping efficiency and dsRNA impurities in IVT manufacturing of mRNA required for vaccines and cell/gene therapeutics.
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Novel AAV Manufacturing Platform for Inducible Stable Producer Cells

In this GEN webinar, sponsored by Cytiva, we will dive deeply into the ELEVECTA technology to better understand how you can produce high-titer and high-quality AAV vectors as easily as antibodies.
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DOE Methodology for Downstream Purification of pDNA with Ion-Exchange Resins

Join this GEN webinar, sponsored by Thermo Fisher Scientific, our expert panelist will tell us more about a design of experiment (DoE) study to evaluate and optimize POROS Anion Exchange (AEX) resins for pDNA capture in the downstream process.

No Longer PerPLEXed: True Spatial Multiomics is Here

In this GEN webinar, Dr. Garry Nolan, professor in the Department of Pathology at Stanford University School of Medicine, and Dr. Julia Kennedy-Darling, vice president of innovation at Akoya Biosciences, will define how true multiomic panels are enabling the discovery of key cellular niches.