May 1 to 3, 2012 — Javits Center, New York, NY
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How Janssen Biotech And The Company's Global R&D Group Make Restructuring And Collaboration Look Easy By Wayne Koberstein, contributing editor
To examine the company's recent history and transformation — as well as how it interacts with the global R&D group — I spoke with JB's President Rob Bazemore and Sue Dillon, global therapeutic area head, immunology, Janssen Research & Development. We discussed the pathway that led to JB's new identity and structure, the advantages and challenges it inherited from its predecessors, and its unfolding contribution to the kind of innovation the company's namesake championed.
The Importance Of Controlling Nucleation Temperature During The Freeze Step By Mark Shon and Leslie Mather, SP Scientific
The importance of nucleation temperature in freeze drying has been known for some time. Controlled nucleation has been researched and studied over the past two decades because of its pivotal importance to the development of an optimized freeze-drying cycle — one that has as much vial-to-vial product uniformity as possible and is more easily transferred from research and development freeze dryers to production freeze dryers.
What’s Your BIO?
Come to the BIO International Convention, June 18 to 21, 2012, in Boston, MA, for the connections, partnerships, and innovations to get business done. Join more than 15,000 powerful biotech leaders for a BIO Program offering important trends and perspectives on timely issues, and a BIO Exhibition with more than 1,800 companies showcasing the latest technologies and services. BIO One-on-One Partnering™ makes it easy to set up face-to-face meetings in the BIO Business Forum and in the BIO Exhibition. Learn more.
Spotlight On Cell Culture
Cells Disruption By Means Of High-Pressure Homogenization After the fermentation of cells, the culture is processed to separate the cells by means of a speed centrifuge in order to concentrate them. The collected cells are resuspended with buffer in order to prepare them for the next unit operation, the high-pressure homogenization used in order to obtain the cells disruption.
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