9th Danish Conference on Biotechnology and Molecular Biology

Jochen Förster (Organizer)

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Over the last fifty years research in cell biotechnology has revealed substantial potentials for the production of bioactive proteins and use of the cells themselves particularly in medical applications. The development of efficient and safe processes for production of novel pharmaceuticals is of significant
industrial importance and subject to extensive research efforts. The increasing availability of genome editing tools and genome sequences of mammalian cell factories, such as the Chinese hamster ovary cell, and other animal cell cultures enables for the first time a systems biotechnology driven approach to cell factory design.

The conference will focus on
-Perspectives in Animal Cell Factory Research
-Expression and production systems
-Technology platforms
-Systems biology
-Post translational modifications
-Mammalian Cell Factories
-Insect Cell Factories
-Commercial perspectives and regulatory issues

The conference includes a poster session covering a broad range of topics on biotechnology as well as a commercial exhibition of equipment, consumables and services to Danish biotechnology.
Period21 May 201422 May 2014
Event typeConference
Conference number9