Therapeutic antibodies are one of the fast growing classes of biopharmaceuticals and this trend is set to continue with the development of new classes of therapeutic antibodies, bioconjugates, and vaccines.
Over the past years, there has been a significant increase in the use of label-free, real-time SPR binding assays in process and late-stage analytical development as well as quality control. Listen to how SPR is being used for drug product characterization and quality control.
SPR delivers the high sensitivity needed to detect LMW and low affinity compounds binding to their targets. This makes SPR the analysis technique of choice for early stage fragment-based drug discovery, hit screening, and for detailed characterization of novel lead compounds.
SPR is used for a range of application areas beyond core drug discovery, providing everything from qualitative, comparative data to quantitative data. All of this helps to improve our understanding of the mechanisms of action. This session aims to demonstrate the broad spectrum of applications that can be investigated with Biacore systems.
Share your new research by presenting a poster at DiPIA 2020. All selected posters are displayed in the exhibit and poster hall area for the duration of conference.
Poster abstracts should be no more than 500 words and must describe original work; they should contain the author’s name, affiliation, email address, topic, and description. Please note that all poster presenters must be registered attendees.
The deadline for submitting your abstract is 1 May 2021. Please submit to the following contact email: [email protected]
Kick off DiPIA by attending one of the Tutorial Sessions on Monday, 22 June. Join our R&D team and application specialists to learn new uses and applications for SPR and the latest in data analysis and software. Tutorial topics include:
Join our pre-conference tutorials at no extra cost on Monday, 22 June 2020.
Workshops are an opportunity to dive deeper into Biacore analysis and learn helpful tips and tricks. Workshop sessions will showcase challenges and success stories of working with biotherapeutics and small molecules.