SEP 25, 2019 08:00 AM PDT

Expression, Purification and Characterization of Difficult to Express Membrane Proteins in the Expi293 and ExpiCHO Expression Systems: Case study of Potassium chloride co-transporter KCC2

Speakers
  • Chief Scientific Officer, CALIXAR
    Biography
      Anass Jawhari, holds a Ph.D. in biochemistry & structural biology from Louis Pasteur University (Strasbourg, France), obtained under the supervision of Professor Dino Moras (IGBMC & French academy of Science). He worked as research associate at the Scripps Research Institute (La Jolla, US) and at the Gene Center (Munich, Germany) before joining Transgene as Research Investigator. He is now Chief Scientific Officer at CALIXAR. He has more than 18 years' experience in research & development projects related to molecular aspects of vaccine, cancer & infectious diseases. Anass is also member of different membrane proteins consortiums (GPCR and ion channels) and board member of different institutions including SOJ immunology editorial (US) and Chem2stab consortium (France).

    Abstract:
    DATE:   September 25, 2019
    TIME:    8:00am PDT, 11:00am EDT
     
    This talk will focus on strategies for optimizing expression levels of membrane proteins using the Gibco™ Expi293™ and ExpiCHO™ Expression Systems. Additionally, there will be an introduction to newly developed Expi293 GNTI- and inducible cell lines, which can be combined with CALIXAR's patented technology, to improve quality and quantity of challenging membrane proteins. A case study of potassium chloride co-transporter (KCC2) production and characterization will be further described
     
    Learning Objectives:
    • Understand techniques to optimize expression levels of membrane proteins
    • Understand how to improve quality and quantity of challenging membrane proteins using Expi293 GNTI- and inducible cell lines
     
     
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