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Watch Now - Advanced Biocatalysis Workshop 2021 On Demand
A virtual event for the very latest insights in enzyme-catalyzed processes. With expert speakers from ZHAW, MSD, University of Madrid, BASF SE, InnoSyn, Novozymes, Pfizer, University of Manchester, C.N.R. and Advanced Enzymes. Some of the brightest minds in both industry and academia share ideas, challenges and innovations in both applied and industrial biocatalysis with the wider scientific community.
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Watch Now - Biocatalysis: Applications of Immobilized Enzymes in the Pharmaceutical Industry
Real-world case studies highlighting both novel and established industrial applications of immobilized enzymes used in the pharmaceutical industry.
In this presentation, you will learn about:
Advantages of enzyme immobilization
Parameters affecting immobilized enzymes
LifetechTM ECR enzyme immobilization resins and ready-to-use immobilized enzymes
Applications of immobilized enzymes in the pharmaceutical industry
Dr. Alessandra Basso, Business Development Manager (LinkedIn Profile)
Dr. Simona Serban, Life Sciences Applications Manager (LinkedIn Profile)
Watch Now - Bioprocessing Resins: Material Selection & Supplier Qualification for Biopharmaceutical Manufacture
This session will provide points to consider when taking a scientific and risk-based approach to material selection and supplier qualification for biopharmaceutical manufacture, with a focus on advancing understanding of the material properties, how they may vary, how they are managed by the manufacturing processes and how they may impact the end-user's process performance and ultimately product quality, and how they are supported in the event of issues
Watch Now - Case Study: Cannabidiol (CBD) Extraction & Purification using Adsorbents
Cannabidiol is one of at least 100 active compounds (cannabinoids) that can be found in hemp or marijuana cannabis plants. A highly purified preparation of cannabidiol (CBD) has recently been approved as a treatment for epilepsy, and further cannabidiol-based treatments are being researched for a wide variety of illnesses, such as Parkinsons, Schizophrenia, and many more.
When compared to silica-based alternatives, Chromalite® adsorbents offer a simple, high performance and cost-efficient method to separate THC from CBD, thus improving the purity of your CBD extracts.
Applications Specialist Benjamin Summers presents an insightful look into the performance of these adsorbents for the extraction and purification of cannabinoids.
Watch Now - Chromatography and Biocatalysis Resins for the Optimal Performance of Medical Devices and Diagnostics
Chromatography and biocatalysis resins are utilized in many medical devices for treatment and diagnostic applications. These devices assist patients around the world in managing ailments such as liver and kidney failure, cystic fibrosis, metabolic deficiencies, dementia, diabetes, immunodeficiencies and many more.
We have one of the widest selections of highly pure, pharmaceutical-grade resins for applications requiring either biocatalysis or chromatographic purification, separation and extraction.
This webinar demonstrates the applications and performance of these resins in a range of medical devices.
Watch Now - SMART Cycling: Strategies for Improved Productivity, Buffer Consumption, Scalability and Process Economy in Downstream mAb Purification
We introduce the SMART Cycling models for optimal mAb purification and the improvements that can be made to your processes.
We provide real-world examples of utilizing SMART cycling so the following process goals can be achieved:
Watch now - Case Study: A novel, combined IEX-RP chromatographic process for the purification of peptides (Bivalirudin)
We use the case study of Bivalirudin to present the effective use of our Chromalite® resins in the purification of peptides.
A novel coupled ion exchange and reverse phase chromatographic process was investigated in the purification of bivalirudin from a semi-crude mixture using Purolite Chromalite® resins. The highly hydrophobic backbone of the ion exchange resin Chromalite® PCG1200FS contributes to the purification by means of a pseudo-mixed mode purification. The peptide bivalirudin was purified from an initial 80-85 % sample to >99 % purity. The process also shows excellent recovery of the peptide samples, with >99 % yield obtained.
Watch Now - Biocatalysis: Applications of Immobilized Enzymes in the Chemical Industry
Two Purolite experts present real-world case studies highlighting applications of immobilized enzymes in the chemical industry.
In this webinar, you will learn about the:
Watch Now - Chromalite M®: Hydrophilic, Macroporous Methacrylic Resins for Large Scale Ion Exchange Chromatography
We present Chromalite M®, a resin range designed for the chromatographic purification of peptides, oligonucleotides, proteins and biomolecules. Discover their properties and applications to find the right resin for your process.
Watch now - Biocatalysis: Applications of Immobilized Enzymes in the Food Industry
Two Purolite experts present real-world case studies highlighting applications of immobilized enzymes in the food industry.
In this webinar, you will learn about the:
Watch Now - Bioprocessing Resins: Column Packing Theory and Practice
Column packing expert Bo Forsberg discusses the theory and practice behind efficient column packing.
Watch Now - Advances in Bioprocessing: The Importance of Uniform Particle Sizes in Protein A Chromatography
We discuss our patented Jetting technology, purposely designed to achieve uniform particle sizes to improve your chromatographic processes.
Watch Now - Bioprocessing Resins: Regulatory Considerations when Selecting a New Supplier
Regulatory expert Duncan Low presents the key considerations when choosing a new resin supplier.
Watch Now - Resin Manufacture: Selecting the Right Resin Manufacturing Technology for your Application
Learn more about the different manufacturing methods used to create our Chromalite® resin range to find the optimal resin for your application.
Watch Now - Resins for Downstream Chromatography: When to Select Agarose or Methacrylic
Learn more about our agarose and methacrylic chromatographic resin ranges to find the optimal resin for your downstream process.
Watch Now - Chromalite® MIDA: For Affinity His-Tag Immobilization and Enzyme Purification
Watch Now - Regulatory Requirements for Commonly-Used Resins in Life Sciences Applications
Dr. Alessandra Basso and Gary Thundercliffe discuss the latest regulatory requirements when implementing synthetic chromatography resins into your process.