Lunch and learn about chromatography with Purolite Life Sciences
Join Purolite Life Sciences' Fred Ghanem, North American business manager, for a complimentary luncheon program about the firm's novel, agarose-based chromatography resins with uniform particle sizes, for improved purification of proteins and antibodies. The event will take place from 12:00 to 2:00 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 29 in room 135 at BTEC, with a one-hour presentation beginning at 12:30 p.m.
For over 35 years, Purolite has been developing resins based on polystyrenic and polymethacrylic matrices. Recently, Purolite has invested heavily into a state-of-the-art production plant capable of supplying over a third of global demand (100 m3) for agarose-based resins per year, as well as an additional plant capable of producing uniform, ‘jetted’ agarose resin beads as small as 25 microns.
This seminar will focus on the newly-developed, jetted agarose-based chromatography platform for life science applications, including:
- Jetted 35 μm ion exchange resins for improved selectivity and purification
- Jetted 50 μm Protein A resins for high capacity and continuous chromatography applications, and
- New data from Purolite's R&D program on its jetting process
Mr. Ghanem has over 23 years of global experience in ion exchange resins, adsorbents, chromatography, catalysis and purification of small and large molecules. With Purolite Life Sciences, he is responsible for supporting new and existing chromatographic separation resins (both agarose and synthetic), enzyme carrier resins, immobilized enzymes, ion exchange and adsorbent products in the North American market. He holds a Master of Science (MSc) in chemical engineering and bioprocessing from the University of Massachusetts.
Registration and contact information
To register or for more information, email Sam Beales at firstname.lastname@example.org.