KCAS-event_2024-WRIB May 6 - May 10

The Workshops on Recent Issues in Bioanalysis (WRIB) is an annual conference that brings together scientists from around the world to discuss the latest advances in bioanalytical science. The conference features presentations from industry leaders and regulators, as well as interactive sessions where attendees can ask questions and learn from…

KCAS-event_2024-BSG_CT March 21 - March 21

The Boston Society Gene & Cell Therapy Conference, renowned for its focus on translating groundbreaking scientific ideas into practical industrial applications, returns for another enriching gathering. This year’s event promises to be an invaluable platform for researchers, engineers, and industry leaders to connect, share knowledge, and shape the future of…

KCAS-event_2024-SOT March 10 - March 14

The Society of Toxicology’s annual meeting is just around the corner, and it’s shaping up to be an event you won’t want to miss. This year’s meeting will be held in Salt Lake City, Utah, from March 10th to 14th, 2024, and it promises to be an exciting gathering of…

KCAS-event_2024-Biomarkers February 29 - March 1

Biomarkers 2024 is a three-day event that will bring together leading experts from the field of biomarker research to discuss the latest trends and tools in this rapidly evolving field. The event will feature over 90 cutting-edge presentations, 8+ hours of valuable networking sessions, and an exhibition hall showcasing the…

KCAS-podcast-thumb_TCF-004 Podcasts
Listen to podcast Podcast (The Conversational Flow) Eps #4: “What Makes Spectral Flow so Significant?”

For the 4th episode of “The Conversational Flow” podcast, Brian and Adam discuss spectral flow; something really near and dear to their hearts. This is a topic both of our hosts have been genuinely interested in since they really became aware of it, at which time they immediately…

KCAS-blog-thumb_2023-11A_immunogenicity Blogs
Read article Immunogenicity: A Comparative Analysis of Assessment Methods

Immunogenicity refers to the ability of a substance, such as an antigen or a vaccine, to provoke an immune response in an organism. The recognition of the substance as foreign triggers an immune response, which involves the production of antibodies and the activation of immune cells to fight against or…

KCAS-podcast-thumb_TWB-072 Podcasts
Listen to podcast Podcast (The Weekly Bioanalysis) Eps #72: “Introduction to Scientific Advisor Team and Recap of 2023”

For the final episode of “The Weekly Bioanalysis” in 2023, Dom and John invited KCAS’s scientific advisory team to join them, as we thought that as we are coming to the end of the year, it might be a good opportunity to introduce a few members of the…

KCAS-blog-thumb_2023-CGT-Best-PPractices-AAPS-Group Blogs
Read article KCAS Bio is at the Forefront of Establishing Best Practices for qPCR and ddPCR Technologies

Two of the scientific experts from KCAS Bio have been leaders in determining the direction of qPCR and ddPCR technology for the industry. Carrie Vyhlidal, PhD and Jonathan Mercier are both part of the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists’ working group for PCR-based methodology, and they have recently…

KCAS-blog-thumb_2023-12C_CSK-Personal-Touch Blogs
Read article Clinical Sample Kitting from KCAS: Providing The Personal Touch

KCAS established our clinical sample kit (CSK) team in the early 1990s in response to shortcomings we observed in the collection techniques in trials where we were providing bioanalytical support. As the group has evolved, our aim has never been to be the biggest supplier in the industry but rather…

KCAS-blog-thumb_2023-Unlocking-Flow Blogs
Read article The Full Potential of Flow Cytometry from KCAS Bio – Leading the Way in 2024

Flow cytometry is a highly sophisticated laboratory technique. Scientists use this procedure to analyze and quantify certain physical and chemical characteristics of cells or particles. In recent years, the prominence of flow cytometry has grown significantly, and understanding why is pivotal. The recognition of the technique’s importance, especially in the…

KCAS-podcast-thumb_TCF-003 Podcasts
Listen to podcast Podcast (The Conversational Flow) Eps #3: “How do You Validate a Flow Cytometry Assay?”

There are a number of different guidances for Flow Cytometric Assay Validation, so for episode #3 of “The Conversational Flow” podcast, Brian and Adam go into great detail on how we perform validations at KCAS, and under what context we do so – and why. In this episode,…

PATTERN_ORANGE_1320x780_3 Blogs
Read article Clinical Sample Kitting at KCAS: From Order to Shipping in as Little as 5 Days

Clinical Sample Kitting is an immensely important part of many drug development projects, and one that requires the highest level of attention to detail, combined with the experience to ensure each kit is built exactly to specifications. KCAS is the Clinical Kitting expert for your Drug Development needs. KCAS designs…