Another opportunity to tell the story of antibody characterization by HPLC-MS methods. Remarkably, the organizer of the conference, Frantisek Foret, was honored with the Csaba Horváth Memorial Lectureship Award presented by the American Chemical Society (on the picture together with Andras Guttmann and Ference Darvas, President of the Awards Committee American Chemical Society Hungary Chapter). Congratulations!
The group picture (lower right) shows Csaba Horváth's group from 1996 in New Haven, when Frantisek was still associated with the Barnett Institute of Northeastern University in Boston, only 150 miles away from Csaba's labs at Yale University.
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Another award for Therese Wohlschlager: her poster entitled Dilute-and-Shoot Analysis of Therapeutic Monoclonal Antibody Glycosylation from Fermentation Broth: A Method Capability Study wins an Enzo Shimadzu Best Poster Award at the 32nd International Symposium on Chromatography 2018 in Cannes.
Well deserved and Congratulations!
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Today, after rigorous evaluation, the Christian Doppler Society informed us about another 2-year extension for our CDL of Biosimilar Characterization.
 
See screenshot above of short excerpt from very positive evaluator's feedback. .... so true ...
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Christian Huber presents recent work of Christof Regl and Therese Wohlschlager in the area of molecular characterization of Rituximab oxidation and Etanercept glycosylation at the well-attended Thermo Scientific Biopharma Summit: Shaping the future Together in Vienna on March 1st, 2018. Obviously, attendents were most interested in the details of mass spectrometric analysis of protein therapeutics by native mass spectrometry and the chromatographic separation of oxidozed Fc/2 fragments of IgG1 antibodies. For full program, see here.
 
Moreover, Veronika Reisinger from Sandoz GmbH, who also collaborates with the Christion Doppler Laborotory, presented her insights into host-cell protein analysis via HPLC-MS/MS.