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Proteins

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Upcoming

TBA

TBA
4 Meetings
Protein Therapeutic Drugs - Analysis and Characterization
Lecturer: Mr. David Carr, USA
  This is a focused course of instruction on the instrumental analysis and characterization of polypeptides. The course emphasizes three important instrumental analytical technologies as they relate to the analysis and characterization of protein therapeutics
TBA
1 - Day Course
Gel Isoelectric Focusing (IEF) for the Characterization of Proteins and Peptides
Lecturer: Dr. Mathew I. Weisman
 
TBA
1 - Day Course
Protein Analysis by MS
Lecturer: Prof. Dani Gibson
 

Past Activities

2015

2012

19/06/2012
2 Meetings
Introduction to Protein Purification
Lecturer: Dr. Mario Lebendiker
 

2011

07/03/2011
3 Meetings
Analysis and Characterization of Protein Therapeutic Drugs
Lecturer: Mr. David Carr, USA
  This is a focused course of instruction on the instrumental analysis and characterization of polypeptides. The course emphasizes three important instrumental analytical technologies as they relate to the analysis and characterization of protein therapeutics

2009

12/05/2009
1 - Day Course
Validation of Analytical Methods for Proteins
Lecturer: Prof. Ira Krull, USA
  The course will provide a description and summary of how to develop, optimize, and validate analytical methods for small and large biomolecules. The course will pursue commonly found protein variants and posttranslational modifications in biopharmaceutical products, and how these are commonly assayed for today. Current FDA requirements for protein biopharmaceutical products will also be explored and intensively discussed.

2007

10/10/2007
1 - Day Course
Strategies for Protein Purification and Protein Separation Methods
Lecturer: Dr. Mario Lebendiker
 
05/02/2007
1 - Day Course
Validation of Analytical Methods for Proteins
Lecturer: Prof. Ira Krull
  The course will provide a description and summary of how to develop, optimize, and validate analytical methods for small and large biomolecules. The course will pursue commonly found protein variants and posttranslational modifications in biopharmaceutical products, and how these are commonly assayed for today.
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