Prepping for PREP
Symposium Chair Giorgio Carta tells us what we can expect from PREP 2017 in Philadelphia
Charlotte Barker |
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The International Symposium, Exhibit & Workshops on Preparative and Process Chromatography (PREP) was founded by the late Georges Guiochon in 1985. By providing a dynamic forum where scientists, engineers, and suppliers of media, equipment, and technology can come together to comprehensively discuss all aspects of preparative chromatography, PREP helped lay the foundation of the tremendous growth we’ve seen in this area over the past 30 years. Preparative/process chromatography is now used extensively in the manufacture of fine chemicals, natural products, amino acids, sugars, pharmaceuticals, and a whole host of biotechnology products, including therapeutic proteins, virus for gene delivery, virus-like particles for vaccines, and even whole cells.
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