KCAS-blog-thumb_2024-05_AAPS SSF July 22 - July 25

KCAS Bio is excited to announce our participation in the AAPS Summer Scientific Forum, held in Kansas City, Missouri. As a leading event in pharmaceutical science, this forum provides a unique opportunity for professionals to share knowledge, explore innovative research, and collaborate on the latest advancements in the industry. We…

KCAS-blog-thumb_2024-05_AIS June 20 - June 21

KCAS Bio is happy to announce our participation in the 12th edition of the Antibody Industrial Symposium (AIS), taking place in Montpellier, France. As a premier event in the antibody and therapeutic development sector, AIS offers a unique platform for scientific exchange, collaboration, and innovation. We are excited to be…

KCAS-blog-thumb_2024-05_ASMS June 2 - June 6

KCAS Bio is excited to announce our participation in the 72nd ASMS Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics, taking place in Anaheim, California, from June 2-6, 2024. This prestigious event brings together experts and enthusiasts from around the world to discuss the latest advancements and innovations in mass spectrometry.

KCAS-blog-thumb_2024-05_Bio June 3 - June 6

KCAS Bio is thrilled to announce our participation in the BIO International Convention 2024 in San Diego, California. This premier event, set for June 3-6, brings together the brightest minds in the biotech and pharmaceutical industries to discuss the latest innovations and advancements. As leaders in bioanalytical services, we are…

KCAS-blog-thumb_2024-05_Lyon-ALS Blogs
Read article Progress and Challenges in the Fight Against ALS

Charcot, Gehrig, Hawking: A Journey Through ALS When you hear the names Charcot, Gehrig, and Hawking, what comes to mind? These names are all linked by a shared thread: Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, or ALS. ALS, also known as Charcot disease, is named after Jean-Martin Charcot, a neurologist from the Pitié-Salpêtrière…

KCAS-podcast-thumb_TWB-077 Podcasts
Listen to podcast Podcast (The Weekly Bioanalysis) Eps #77: “Non-GLP Studies from Early PK to Readiness for GLP Tox Studies”

Dom and John welcome special guests, Habibi Goudarzi and Rochelle Burke to episode #77 of “The Weekly Bioanalysis”, where they discuss the progression of bioanalytical needs for non-GLP Studies, from Early PK to readiness for GLP Tox Studies. These specialists from the KCAS Bio team begin with an introduction to…

KCAS-blog-thumb_2024-04_Neutralizing Antibody Assay 2 Blogs
Read article Neutralizing Antibody Assay Development: Cell-Based vs. Non-Cell-Based Assays

Neutralizing antibodies (NAbs) are a subset of Anti-drug antibodies (ADAs) that play an important role in understanding the efficacy and safety of a drug product. While most drugs are associated with low risk and do not require a validated NAb assay prior to testing Phase 3 samples, drugs associated with…

Color-spectrum-available-in-flow-cytometry June 18 - June 18

In conjunction with Cytek and Bio-Rad, KCAS Bio will host an open house on Tuesday, June 18th from 10:00am to 5:00+pm at: KCAS BioSpring House Innovation Park727 Norristown Road. Lower Gwynedd, PA 19002Parking is Directly Next to Building 4 and Building This packed event includes: Presentations: KCAS Bio, Cytek and Bio-Rad will…

KCAS-blog-thumb_2024-05_Novel PK Bioanalytical Approach Blogs
Read article Novel PK Bioanalytical Approach Using a 1.5 plex Hybrid LC-MS/MS Assay for Quantification of ADCs/ARCs

The age of therapeutic conjugation is upon us! Bioanalysis for support of next-generation Antibody Drug Conjugates (ADCs) and Antibody siRNA Conjugates (ARCs) have exploded recently due to the efficacy and safety that these therapies offer for immuno-oncology, rare diseases, vaccines, and potentially many other diseases. Recently, we have seen the…

KCAS-podcast-thumb_TCF-008 Podcasts
Listen to podcast Podcast (The Conversational Flow) Eps #8: “Receptor Occupancy Testing in Clinical Trials”

For episode #8 of “The Conversational Flow” podcast, Brian and Adam spend the time discussing Receptor Occupancy Testing in Clinical Trials. Receptor occupancy (RO) assays are important in clinical trials because they provide valuable information about a drug’s binding characteristics and mechanism of action. Our hosts begin by outlining the…

KCAS-event_2024-04D_AAPS-NBC-Nassouh Blogs
Read article KCAS Bio Presents Results from Recent Validation of IP Panels on the Cytek Aurora in PBMCs in San Francisco during AAPS NBC

KCAS Bio is excited to invite you to join us this week in San Francisco, CA during AAPS NBC where Nassouh Mourabet will be giving a presentation entitled “Spectral Unmixing Impact Comparison Across Immunophenotyping Panels and Matrices”. Nassouh Mourabet is a Scientist III in the Flow Cytometry department at KCAS…

kcas-poster-presentation_wrib-2024 Blogs
Read article KCAS Bio Presents Poster on Automating Selection for ISRs at 18th Annual WRIB in San Antonio, TX

Those of you attending the 18th annual WRIB meeting in San Antonio, TX are invited to attend a poster presentation being given by members of the KCAS Bio team: Jack Rogers, Jessie Allen, Yoka Thomas, and Cheikh Kane. This project developed and characterized a novel algorithm for automated ISR selection…