This webinar presents Wyatt Technology’s DynaPro® Plate Reader II and Freeslate’s Biologics Formulation System (BFS). The DynaPro Plate Reader II performs high throughput screening of protein solutions by dynamic light scattering (DLS) to quantify aggregation and propensity for aggregation. It can operate on its own or integrate with the BFS, which automates formulation preparation, screening, and stability studies for the development of biotherapeutics.
The BFS utilizes multiple analytical techniques in addition to DLS and offers comprehensive software for presenting and analyzing the entire data set in order to determine optimal formulations. In the case studies presented, the BFS prepared and characterized an extended series of formulations, then applied a variety of stresses. Post stress formulations were re-analyzed to assess stability.
Discover the future of drug delivery and formulation technology. This event brings you a comprehensive overview of the most exciting innovations in development and in use right now.
Join Freeslate for our workshop presentation on “Examining Highly Automated Procedures for the Assessment of Protein Formulation” on Tuesday, April 14 at 12:00pm. Learn how automated systems can solve key challenges in development labs, including automating laborious manual methods and enhancing reproducibility of your current activities.
April 21-23, 2015 — New York, NY, USA
INTERPHEX (International Pharmaceutical Expo), sponsored by PDA (Parenteral Drug Association), is the single source for complete biopharmaceutical development and manufacturing solutions to safely and cost effectively process all dosage forms for life-enhancing drugs with a unique combination of exhibition, education, workshops, partnering opportunities, and networking events.
Freeslate will be exhibiting at booth #3572.
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Freeslate Forum 2015
April 28-30, 2015 — San Francisco, CA, USA
In order to keep up with the increasing expectations placed on R&D organizations today, scientists must constantly find the most efficient use of their resources. With advances in high throughput research and data management tools, leading scientists can take intelligent steps towards optimizing their approach to R&D, with a goal of accelerating breakthrough innovations. However, to take leaps in the efficiency of R&D programs, scientists must learn from and leverage the expertise of each other. Having open dialogues on the common issues facing R&D organizations is a critical step towards accelerating the productivity of R&D organizations.
Our Forum allows a community of like-minded R&D leaders to discuss the challenges and opportunities of high throughput research and bring back knowledge about best practices into their organization.