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PREP-2020 Preparative & Process Chromatography Conference Announced
Dec 13 2019 Read 763 Times
PREP-2020, the 33rd International Symposium on Preparative & Process Chromatography Conference, will be held at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Baltimore, USA, from 31 May - 3 June, will be showcasing the latest scientific advances. The programme is packed with papers on biochromatography, downstream processing, QbD, monoclonal antibodies, plasmids, enzymes, vaccines, viral vectors for gene delivery, VLPs and other biopharmaceuticals, clearance of high-risk impurities such as host cell proteins, chiral molecules, SFC, fine chemicals, peptides, proteins, oligonucleotides, APIs, natural products, batch, multi-column and continuous SMB processes, column technology and equipment, monoliths, new and improved stationary phases, membrane chromatography, product quality, stability, safety and/or immunogenicity and related process control strategies, regulatory aspects and more.
Join in for four days of exciting science, technology and education at PREP-2020, the longest running, highly recognised international conference and exposition driving the field of preparative and process chromatography. World renowned speakers will address in-depth the latest scientific and technological advances, critical and emerging applications and processes, and challenges and solutions in all aspects of Preparative and Process Chromatography, Ion Exchange, Adsorption/Desorption Processes and Related Separation Techniques.
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