Current Methods of Recombinant Antibody Production

Upcoming Webinar from Sino Biological

We invite you to join our partner Sino Biological's upcoming scientific webinar on current methods of recombinant antibody production.

 


 

Sino Biological

Recombinant Antibody Production: Current Methods and a Novel Antibody Generation Platform

Antibodies are bio-macromolecules that bind to their corresponding antigens with exceptional specificity and affinity. They are the foundation of modern biopharmaceuticals and are widely used as therapeutics, diagnostic agents, and tools for biomedical research. Antibodies are derived from methods such as hybridoma, phage-display, and B cell sorting, and produced mainly via recombinant expression.

In this talk, Dr. Yuning Chen from Sino Biological will review strategies involved in recombinant antibody production, particularly aspects such as construct design, culture condition optimization, and purification methods to provide the audience with a gateway to the field of recombinant antibody expression, technology, and optimization. Lastly, we will also introduce a novel high-throughput antibody expression platform to facilitate antibody library generation and the identification of suitable candidates for further development.

 

Dr. Yuning ChenDate & Time: Tuesday, July 19th, 2022, 04:00 pm (CEST)

Speaker: Dr. Yuning Chen, Senior R&D Manager @Sino Biological, Inc.

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