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Contrasting the Influence of Cationic Amino Acids on the Viscosity and Stability of a Highly Concentrated Monoclonal Antibody

Download our recent webinar hosted by our customer, Barton J. Dear who is a researcher in Professor Johnston's group at the University of Texas at Austin. 

Bart will cover focus on his experience and extensive research with monoclonal antibodies (mAb) and protein to protein interactions (PPI). He will cover why viscosity reduction occurs and how to detect the presence through shear dependent rheology methods while validating such methods with existing DLS methods.

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Learn About the Speaker!

Bart grew up in Spring, Texas, before going to South Bend, Indiana to attend the University of Notre Dame. At Notre Dame Bart worked on microfluidics with Dr. Paul Bohn while studying chemical engineering and economics. Bart now works on  developing low viscosity protein nanoclusters for drug delivery and storage.