#ExpertAnswers: Camilla Scheele & Christian Wolfrum on Obesity
This episode of #ExpertAnswers features Dr. Camilla Scheele, Associate Professor at the University of Copenhagen, and Dr. Christian Wolfrum, Professor in the Department of Health, Science and Technology at ETH Zürich. Dr. Scheele and Wolfrum recently joined us to discuss the physiology of brown adipose tissue and share late-breaking research on the role of brown fat in whole body metabolic regulation.
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Associated Webinar: Heterogeneity and Crosstalk of Human Brown Adipose Tissue
#ExpertAnswers: Ejvind Mørtz on Protein Analysis
Ejvind Mørtz discusses the benefits and applications of mass spectrometry (MS)-based host cell protein (HCP) analysis and why HCP ELISAs are insufficient for documenting product-related impurities.
Industry Insights with Crown Bioscience: Analyzing the Suppressive TME in In Vitro Based Assays
Nataliia Beztsinna and Marten Hornsveld from Crown Bioscience talk about native and reconstituted TME assays, how they can help in the preparation for clinical trials, and what kinds of therapies in development would benefit the most from this kind of testing.
#ExpertAnswers: Audrey Dubourg and Gareth Guenigault on the Organ-On-A-Chip Approach
Audrey Dubourg and Gareth Guenigault from CN Bio discuss the value that an organ-on-a-chip approach can bring to drug discovery and development workflows, and how the regulatory landscape is shifting to encourage their widespread adoption.
Synthetic Peptide Growth Factors: Forging the Path Forward for Regenerative Medicine, Cell Therapy, and Cellular Agriculture
Experts discuss how synthetic growth factors work and share application examples and data using these synthetic peptides for cell therapy and regenerative medicine.
Leveraging Programmable CRISPR-Associated Transposases for Next-Generation Genome Engineering
Dr. Sam Sternberg discusses a novel CRISPR-Cas9 system using programmable, RNA-guided transposase, and highlights its implications for kilobase-scale genome engineering in cell and gene therapies.
What’s Next in Preclinical Cancer Immunotherapy Research?
This webinar will include a panel discussion of key topics in the field of cancer immunotherapy, including new and emerging methods, recent publications, and future directions.