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Pro-Active CHO Cell Line Development for Bioproduction

Date: September 16th, 2014 09: 30-10: 30 GMT (London time)

After over 25 years of using CHO cells for the production of biotherapeutics, the majority of production gains have come through improvement to medias and feeds. Conversely, the potential for improved cell line platforms has not really been exploited at this time. Join us to learn how we use multiple gene editing platforms to improve bioproduction cell line technology, further engineering our GS null CHOK1 cells while ensuring access to these cells is within the financial reach of companies of all sizes.

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Pro-Active CHO Cell Line Development for Bioproduction

Date: September 16th, 2014 16: 00-17: 00 GMT (London time)

After over 25 years of using CHO cells for the production of biotherapeutics, the majority of production gains have come through improvement to medias and feeds. Conversely, the potential for improved cell line platforms has not really been exploited at this time. Join us to learn how we use multiple gene editing platforms to improve bioproduction cell line technology, further engineering our GS null CHOK1 cells while ensuring access to these cells is within the financial reach of companies of all sizes.

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Clinical Application of Next Generation Sequencing and Implication of NY State Guidelines

Date: September 17th, 2014 16: 00-17: 00 GMT (London time)

The clinical applications of Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS) technologies are continuing to advance. Sanger sequencing is still generally considered the gold standard but this comes with low throughput and high cost (American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics, 2013). However advances in this Next Generation Sequencing are reducing the cost of sequencing, whilst facilitating new mechanisms for disease prediction. Next Generation sequencing is becoming an appealing option with much higher throughput and potential to change the face of genetic medicine (American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics, 2013). However care must be taken to ensure high levels of control are maintained, this can be achieved through validation and reporting controls where specific NGS requirements are expected, in addition to those mandated by clinical accreditation and certification programmes. Here we present the clinical application of next generation sequencing and implication of the latest NY State Guidelines.

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Horizon Discovery Research Services, Your Complete Oncology CRO

Date: September 30th, 2014 16: 00-16: 30 GMT (London time)

Horizon provides in-vitro assay development and drug screening services powered by our precision gene-editing, human isogenic cell-line platforms and disease microenvironment assays. To date we have successfully completed well over 300 pharma, biotech and academic clients. Join us to learn how we can support and drive your research programs using our isogenic cell-line based patient models knockdown/ knockout studies, 3D assay formats, siRNA/sgRNA screening services and many other tools and capabilities.

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