High-Producing Mammalian CLD Platform

Join us for an exclusive webinar on BIB’s revolutionary high-producing mammalian cell line development platform. Designed specifically for cell line development scientists, this session will dive into cutting-edge advancements and showcase impressive antibody titer results ranging from 4 to 6 gm/L. To date, BIB now offers a knockout host cell line capable of producing a titer up to 10 gm/L of monoclonal antibodies.

Our esteemed speaker, Pitchai Sangan, BIB’s Associate Director of Cell Line Development, will lead the presentation. With over 20 years of experience and a rich academic background, including a postdoc in molecular biophysics and biochemistry from Yale University, Pitchai expertise in has strong expertise in molecular biology, vector design, bioprocessing, and bioanalytical techniques. His proven track record of generating cost savings and transforming underperforming biological processes makes him an authority in the field.

In this webinar, Pitchai will explore BIB’s optimized cell line development platform, tailored to meet the growing demand for monoclonal antibodies. Throughout the session, attendees will gain insights into:

  1. The global antibody market trends and growth projections through 2030
  2. Challenges in large-scale antibody manufacturing and BIB’s innovative solutions
  3. Our proprietary mammalian vector system and host cell line
  4. A streamlined process delivering high-yielding stable antibody or protein clones within just 3 months
  5. A preview of the breakthrough knockout host cell line capable of producing 7 to 10 gm/L of monoclonal antibodies

Whether you’re facing complexities in manufacturing efficiency, cost constraints, or striving for higher titers, this webinar will equip you with actionable strategies to overcome these challenges. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from a leader in the field and explore project opportunities with BIB.

Watch now and be part of the future of cell line development! Contact BIB through our email with questions, project inquiries, or to learn more: contactus@bostonbib.com

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