CHIs The Bioprocessing Summit

Venue: Royal Sonesta Hotel

Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States

Event Date/Time: Aug 24, 2009 End Date/Time: Aug 27, 2009
Early Registration Date: Jun 05, 2009
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Specialized Protein Expression Systems
August 24-25, 2009 • Cambridge, MA
The emergence of new and novel protein expression systems is now allowing for the fine tuning of these systems in a way not available in older systems. These new options make it possible to develop specialized expression systems capable of producing proteins that either could not be expressed or could only be expressed in tiny amounts in the past. New hosts and vectors are entering the field that are capable to expressing the most difficult proteins, such as vaccines, antibodies, toxins, etc. Please join protein expression experts for this in-depth discussion of how to apply the science and refine the art of “Protein Expression for Specialized Purposes.”

Optimizing Cell Culture Technology
August 24-25, 2009 • Cambridge, MA
Optimizing Cell Culture Technology will include talks from industry experts that address critical issues in an atmosphere that encourages sharing, learning, and networking. The agenda will again feature smallgroup
breakout discussions that provide the opportunity to discuss important topics with your peers in a fun and collegial setting. In
addition, case studies will be presented that shed light on improving yield while maintaining product quality within the regulatory framework.

Optimizing Mammalian Cell Lines
August 26-27, 2009 • Cambridge, MA
The “Optimizing Mammalian Cell Lines” meeting features talks from experts who will share their protocols and case studies illustrating how they have optimized cells to reach enhanced expression. Their insights and experiences will provide real-world details to help you conquer the challenges of cell line development. As you seek to enhance your skills
and knowledge, make time to partake of the information exchange and networking with colleagues from around the world who share common cellular goals on the path to protein production.

Affinity Tag Protein Purification
August 26-27, 2009 • Cambridge, MA
To maintain a competitive advantage in today’s protein purification and development market, it is important to address issues such as quality, efficiency, and cost effectiveness. One of the early steps in protein processing is purification of recombinant proteins. This conference will address key questions such as: which resins are optimal for which procedure? Do tags need to be removed and, if so, how? What are possible validation steps to show that tags are not in the final product?
What are the newest tagging technologies? Self cleaving vs. proteases, what are the differences and advantages? Is there an optimal way to ensure high yields, high speed and low costs? Take advantage of the opportunity to discuss current bottlenecks and challenges with your colleagues and experts at this focused conference.