December 04 - December 04, 2019
No question 2D fluorescence imaging is the go-to modality for animal imaging studies due to ease-of-use and speed. Subcutaneous tumors, skin- or paw-inflammation, and even kidney and liver applications are quick and easy using 2D fluorescence. However, improved detection of deep tissue biology, in the context of structure and morphology, of tissues is often needed making 3-dimensional (3D) in vivo fluorescence imaging increasingly important in biomedical research.. In this webinar, we will discuss the benefits of 2D and 3D in vivo fluorescence imaging and how and when to use each to help guide and increase your understanding of complex diseases and develop new therapeutic solutions..
December 10 - December 12, 2019
San Diego, USA
The #1 forum for scientific exchanges and networking in the fields of antibody engineering and therapeutics, immunobiology and next generation binders. The 29th Annual conference (the longest running such event in the world) is dedicated to current developments in the basic science of this important field, and also tracks the clinical progress of antibody based drug products..