NIBSC

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NIBSCNational Institute for Biological Standards and Control (UK)
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2] copies/mL) calibrated against the WHO Standard for CMV (1st WHO International Standard for HCMV for nucleic acid amplification techniques NIBSC code 09/162).
The RP HPLC diagram was the same as the standard sample from NIBSC (data not shown) and the impurities were less than 0.
Jude Hughes environment and energy manager at NIBSC, explained: "Efficiency and low carbon emissions are key targets for the Government, and given the Institute's status, it is important that we lead from the front in terms of energy and environmental responsibility".
Key sessions will include a post conference interactive workshop hosted by NIBSC Principal Scientist, Paul Matejschuk, and Biopharma Process System's Director of R&D, Kevin Ward.
The newly made insulin QC controls and calibrators were assessed by comparison to NIBSC reference material.
The paper was authored by scientists at Symphogen and SOBI (Swedish Orphan Biovitrum), Sweden, as well as NIBSC, Health Protection Agency, UK.
A detailed agenda featuring further presentations from GSK Vaccines, NIBSC, Sanofi, Novo Nordisk, Boehringher Ingelheim and more, is available online at www.
4] Nonstandard abbreviations: IGF-1, insulin-like growth factor 1; UVa, University of Virginia; NIBSC, National Institute for Biological Standards and Control.
In January, NIBSC researchers published a new genetic approach to make stable poliovirus VLPs, which forms the basis of this new study.
Entitled: Standardisation of Biologics Material, the address will provide a progressive outlook into future developments and insight into the NIBSC portfolio.
WHO International Standard: somatrophin (recombinant DNA-derived human growth hormone): NIBSC code: 98/574: instructions for use (version 4.
The report features contributions from: USB, Lily, Amgen, Roche, NIBSC, Boehringer Ingelheim, Parexel, Probiogen, NIBRT, LFB, Netherlands Medicines Evaluation Board, Paul Ehrlich Institute, and Genentech.