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PDA New England: Endotoxin Testing - Future Trends

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Dec 07, 2022
2:00 PM
3:30 PM
| Eastern Standard Time
  • Chapter
  • Online


New England Chapter of the PDA is excited to offer the 30th in our webinar series.

This webinar will have a panel of speakers followed by a Q&A session.

Karen McCullough will give an overview of endotoxin testing and will include a discussion of the history of methods and where the industry and the regulators are now heading on the subject.

Jay Bolden's topic will be "Recombinant Factor C: Connecting the Laboratory, Patient and Biodiversity". The presentation will cover Eli Lilly's implementation strategy and data, and explore external data in the literature.

Deborah Cramer will explore the unusual, astonishing and essential connections between horseshoe crabs, Limulus Amebocyte Lysate (LAL) and the lives of migrating shorebirds.


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PDA Non-Member $65.00

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