AAPS awards poster prize for study of matrix effects using Gyrolab

Jun 19, 2014 8:46:00 AM

award-ribbon-blueGyros technology wins for the third year in a row

The 2014 AAPS Biomarkers Best Abstract Award at the AAPS National Biotechnology Conference (May 19–21, San Diego, USA) has been awarded to Chase Shen and Chris Stebbins of Biogen Idec, Inc. for their poster reporting studies of matrix effects using Gyrolab, ’Urine Urea Impacts the Accuracy of Soluble Vascular Cell Adhesion Molecule 1 (sVCAM-1) Urinary Immunoassay’. Congratulations to Chase Shen and Chris Stebbins!

This makes it the third year in a row that Gyros technology has been involved in a poster award at an AAPS conference. The previous two years this honor has gone to Shawn Fernando and his group at Morphotek Inc, USA.

Gyrolab used in a diversity of applications

Results using Gyrolab xP workstation were presented in seven posters at the meeting this year, representing a diverse range of applications:

M1055: Multiparameter Comparison of PK Immunoassay for a Therapeutic Monoclonal Antibody Implemented on Four Different Platforms Alexander Kozhich, Frank Zambito, Yan Zhang, Binodh DeSilva, Bristol-Myers Squibb Company.

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M1051: Improving Efficiency and Data Reproducibility through the Use of Fully Integrated Automation in Bioanalysis of Biotherapeutics Daniel Burns, Ivan Magana, Vimal Patel, Amgen Inc.; Jin Wang, Mark Ma, Amgen Inc.

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T2072: Biomarker Quantitation on GyroLab Platform: A Case for a Two Step Assay Mark Dysinger & Matthew Blatnik, Pfizer Inc.; Robert Durham, Gyros, Inc.

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T2077: Gyros Platform Advanced Immunoassay Validation of E-Selectin as a Safety Biomarker for Vascular Injury in Rat Mark Cameron, Hoan Nguyen, Julia Lefor, MPI Research

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T2083: Binding of Autoantibodies Varies Widely between α1-adrenergic Receptor (α 1AR) Constructs Nazneen Bano, Troy McKelvey, Rachael Cohen, Sanjeev Bhardwaj, Damien Fink, David Uhlinger, Brian Geist, Thomas McIntosh, Yang Yuan, Janssen Allen Schantz, Gopi Shankar, Janssen Research & Development, LLC

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T2058: Evaluating Multiple Technology Platforms to Meet Challenges of Developing a Ligand Binding Assay to Support Clinical Trials Conducted in Adult or Pediatric Populations Justine Collet, Robert Nelson, Amandine Berthet, Anais Moreau, Joris Venet, Walter Ferlin, Maureen Deehan, Sabrina Lory, Novimmune Sa.

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W3057: Urine Urea Impacts the Accuracy of Soluble Vascular Cell Adhesion Molecule 1 (sVCAM-1) Urinary Immunoassay Chase Shen & Chris Stebbins, Biogen Idec, Inc.

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 Find out more about the wide range of Gyrolab applications.

Topics: Biomarkers, Matrix