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Easy as ADC

Designed to deliver cytotoxic agents directly and specifically to diseased cells without damaging healthy tissue, antibodydrug conjugates (ADCs) bring the clinical benefits of improved efficacy and reduced toxicities when compared to conventional medicines and biological therapies. The emergence of fully automated, ultrasensitive, single cell screening technologies has brought new possibilities for the identification of novel antigen targets and ADCs. Such technological advances also offer the promise of greater efficiencies in drug design, development, and manufacture of these complex and costly therapies.

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Dr Xin Liu has over 15 years of R&D experience in the design and development of various microfluidic devices and systems for cell biology applications. Xin is the Head of Cell and Molecular Biology at Sphere Fluidics and is responsible for managing assay and application development for their flagship product, Cyto-MineŽ. Before joining Sphere Fluidics, he spent two years as a post-doctoral Research Associate at the University of Cambridge, UK. Xin gained his PhD in analytical chemistry from the Chinese Academy of Sciences, China.
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