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Thursday, April 2, 2015  |  Volume 7 / Number 7  |  A Production of the BioProcessing Journal
Career Development
4th International Symposium on Higher Order Structure of Protein Therapeutics
April 13–15, 2015
Boston, Massachusetts USA
Immunopharmacology - Vaccipharma 2015
June 14–19, 2015
Varadero Beach, Cuba
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Confocal fluorescent image of HEK-293 cells.
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Suggested Reading
Characterization of a Lyophilized Immunoaffinity Chromatography Matrix Employed
to Purify Hepatitis B Surface Antigen for Pharmaceutical Use
By Miguel Castillo, Rodolfo Valdes, PhD, et al.,
Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology
(CIGB)
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New Line of Animal/Xeno-Free Enzymes
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Laramie, Wyoming USA
ASGCT 18th Annual Meeting
May 13–16, 2015
New Orleans, Louisiana USA
PREP 2015—28th International Symposium on Preparative and Process Chromatography
July 26–29, 2015
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania USA
6th Annual Virginia Regional Herpesvirus Symposium
April 10–11, 2015
Norfolk, Virginia USA
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