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Flow Imaging Microscopy for Subvisible Particle Analysis in Biotherapeutics

Strategies for monitoring subvisible particles in biopharmaceutical formulations are central to developing and manufacturing safe, effective drug products. This webinar will introduce flow imaging microscopy, an analytical technique commonly used to characterize subvisible particle content in biotherapeutic samples.

Yokogawa Fluid Imaging Technologies, Inc. will describe how the technique works and relates to other particle characterization methods, and how FlowCam® can support the development of safe, high-quality biotherapeutics. We will also review examples for protein and cell & gene therapy applications.

By attending this webinar, you will learn:

  • The importance of monitoring subvisible particles in biotherapeutic drug products to improve product quality
  • How FlowCam works and can be used to characterize protein stability in formulations
  • Advantages of flow imaging microscopy over other particle analysis techniques

Who should attend this event?

Researchers working in biopharmaceutical formulation development and quality control, as well as anyone interested in how flow imaging microscopy can help them determine protein, cell, and gene therapy drug product stability.

About the event speaker:

Austin Daniels is an application scientist for Yokogawa Fluid Imaging Technologies. His work focuses on the applications of flow imaging microscopy and artificial intelligence-driven image analysis tools. Austin has a PhD in Chemical and Biological Engineering from the University of Colorado.

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