April 21, 2015
11 am to 12 pm EDT

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Webinar Description:

Viscosity in protein formulations and translucent particles are common hazards which can impair detection of sub-visible particles, especially in today’s high protein concentrations. In this webinar, we will show how MFI can address both of these challenges to ensure consistent and reproducible results. Case study examples will include a new viscosity evaluation of particle size, count and morphology, in addition to a preview of recent efforts to develop a translucent protein-like standard.

Learning Objectives:

  • How to obtain consistent and reproducible results with viscous samples
  • Reproducible results for protein-like particles by using a standardized flow imaging format

Who should attend:

  • Biopharmaceutical Scientists interested in sub-visible particle analysis
  • Biopharmaceutical Scientists in Process Development, Biophysical Analysis, Quality Control, Protein Purification
  • Program Directors in Process Development, Biophysical Analysis, Quality Control, Protein Purification


Angelica Olcott, Ph.D.

MFI Product Manager


Angelica Olcott is the product manager for Micro-Flow Imaging and has over 12 years of marketing experience in scientific instruments, including laboratory robotics, flow cytometry and protein detection.

Dan Berdovich


Micro Measurement Labs

Dan Berdovich is the founder and president of Micro Measurement Labs, a contract testing laboratory specializing in particulate matter testing and standards for particle size and particle count suited to liquid particle counters.

Cost: No cost!

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