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Fleet Collaboration Data Presented at BMSS Meeting

Funded by Innovate UK's Analysis for Innovators programme, Fleet Bioprocessing Ltd. have been collaborating with the National Physical Laboratory and the National Measurement Laboratory (at LGC Ltd.) on a 12-month project investigating the characterisation of antibody conjugates for use in immunoassays.

This project has now yielded its first public output: Dr. Luise Luckau from the NML gave a presentation on 10th August 2020 to the Biomacromolecular Structure interest group of the Biritish Mass Spectrometry Society (BMSS), describing how hydrogen deuterium exchange mass spectrometry (HDX-MS) could be used to probe changes in antibody-antigen binding events following conjugation.

Due to the impact of Covid restrictions on planned activities, this project has now been extended to November.

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