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Sub micrometer particles – technologies available, what do they tell / not tell us

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Aggregate sizes, structures, and concentrations depend on the underlying aggregation pathways and protein environment

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Christian Schöneich - University of Kansas
Chemical pathways to protein aggregation and immunogenicity

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David Volkin - University of Kansas
New analytical approaches to better characterize protein aggregate and subvisible particle formation

pdf Dean Ripple - NIST Popular

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Dean Ripple - NIST
Understanding biases between different particle counting instruments: comparative studies and models

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Grzegorz Kijanka - Leiden Academic Centre for Drug Research
What happens after injection? Impact of formulation on in vivo behavior of therapeutic proteins

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Klaus Wuchner - Janssen R&D
Characterization of very small (<10µm) particles in a biopharmaceutical product in vials and pre-filled syringes

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Case studies in subvisible and visible protein particles - their characterization and impact assessments

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Progress towards developing more protein-like subvisible and visible particle standards

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Vincent Corvari - Eli Lilly & Company
Experience with subvisible particle analysis of protein therapeutics in a pre-filled syringe

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