biomanufacturing

Fri, Dec 18 2020
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Antibodies bound to SARS-CoV-2 spike protein, image credit Sandra Porter

The InnovATE BIO National Biotechnology Education Center will be hosting a series of “5 for 5” webinars. Each 5 for 5 webinar will feature five NSF ATE projects. Within each webinar, four of the projects will have a biotechnology or bioscience focus, and an additional project will be selected from another discipline, but with similar goals and outcomes to the other four. The goal of this webinar series is to provide a platform for project leaders to educate the community and to identify potential areas where they might collaborate with each other, or with attendees who have ... Read more

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Jim DeKloe at Solano College
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Linnea Fletcher
Genentech Vacaville Facility

Jan-Philip Prahl of the Advanced Biofuels and Bioproducts Process Development Unit (ABPDU) speaks about downstream processing considerations at the pilot scale (300-L). The talk covers cell separation (centrifugation), protein concentration (TFF), and diafiltration (UF/DF). View video

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A quick catchy introduction to biomanufacturing at Laney College. View video

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Dr. Margaret Bryans describes the upstream and downstream processes in biomanufacturing along with the types of data that are collected and methods for analysis. These data sets and the protocols used to produce them are currently available from ... View video

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Sandra Porter
Downstream Manufacturing Module
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Sandra Porter
An IgG antibody colored by molecule
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EA Stewart
Amgen Virtual Tour
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Sandra Porter
Coomassie stained gel

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