Summary

Presentation by Alengo NYAMAY'ANTU, PhD Scientific Communication Specialist

AAVs are the most promising viral vector for gene therapy thanks to their broad tropism and non-integrating properties. The current challenge is manufacturing sufficient amount of recombinant AAVs (rAAVs) viral particles to treat patients. In order to improve productivity, viral manufacturers are working on optimising their upstream process to produce higher amounts of rAAVs by switching to more performant cell suspension systems and transient transfection systems that can be scaled-up for industrial manufacturing. During this webinar, we will demonstrate how our novel transfection reagent FectoVIR-AAV is developped for large scale transient transfection of suspension cell systems to produce higher reproducible amounts of rAAVs.

Duration
15 minutes
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