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Maryland Life Sciences Bio Innovation Conference

Bethesda North Marriott Hotel & Conference Center, Bethesda, Maryland

October 30, 2023

The Maryland Life Sciences Bio Innovation Conference connected top life science professionals in the region to facilitate networking opportunities and business development. This year's conference focused on topics such as immunotherapy, cell and gene therapy, and vaccine development. Check out our resources below to explore the innovative products we showcased at the event.

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Immune checkpoint inhibitors: Interaction between PD-1 (blue) on a T-cell and PD-L1 (red) on a cancer cell blocked by therapeutic antibodies Application note

GAS-LUC2 Reporter Cell Lines for Immune Checkpoint Drug Screening in Solid Tumors

This study demonstrates the use of three robust, responsive, and reproducible GAS-Luc2 reporter solid tumor cell lines for the assessment of T cell and other immune/tumor microenvironmental cell-mediated immune responses triggered by PD-1/PD-L1, CD-155/TIGIT, or B7-H3 (CD276) immune checkpoints.

Long, thin, red, ebola rods stuck to a porous black-blue surface. Application note

Generation of Cell Lines Capable of Producing High-titer Viral Stocks for Use in Vaccine Manufacture and Gene Therapy

In this study, we used CRISPR/Cas9 gene-editing technology to create cell lines capable of producing model clinical viruses and adeno-associated viruses at titers much higher than the parental cell lines, providing an efficient method for biopharmaceutical companies to increase production while reducing associated costs.

Blue and white parts of RNA strand. Application note

Use of Quantitative Mycoplasma DNA Controls in Evaluating Sensitivity

Learn how ATCC-designed quantitative mycoplasma DNA controls can be used to evaluate the sensitivity of two different molecular-based detection systems.


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