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Nanobodies for biosening at the European Biosensor Symposium digital seminars

Next November 8, the researcher of NANBIOSIS U2 Custom Antibody Service (CAbS)  J.-Pablo Salvador will host the Seminar “Nanobodies for biosensing” in the framework of European Biosensor Symposium digital seminar series which are schedulled on the third Tuesday of every month.

Nanobodies® (Nbs) are the recombinant binding domain from the heavy chain antibodies tipically produced from camèlids.  Besides their great potential as molecules in drug development, Nanobodies possess excellent functional properties that aid in their development for diagnostic tools. In this seminar, Dr. Salvador will explain the the outstanding properties of Nanobodies. Three graduate student speaker and up to five graduate student poster presenters will will take the opportunity to show different applications in the biosensing area.

The online event will take place on 16th November at 18:00 

Registration is free.

Further information on the European Biosensor Symposium digital seminars

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European Biosensor Symposium digital seminars, co-organized by Pilar Marco

Pilar Marco, the Scientific Director of NANBIOSIS U2 , Custom Antibody Service (CAbS), and leader of the group Nanobiotechnology for Diagnostics (Nb4D) from CIBER-BBN and IQAC-CSIC, coorganises the European Biosensor Symposium digital seminar series.

The aim of these seminar series is to continue with the purpose of the European Biosensor Symposium, held in March 2021, to allow especially juior reseachers to present their research, exchange ideas and built networds.

The seminars are scheduled on the third Tuesday of every month at 18:00 CET, via zoom. Each of the seminars is organized by a host focussing on a specific topic:

  • Interferometric sensors“, hosted Claudia Pacholski, University of Potsdam, 15th June
  • Emerging biosensor technologies“, hosted by Yi Sun, DTU Health Tech, 17th August
  • Raman – Based Biosensors“, hosted by Dana Cialla May, LEibniz Institute of Photonic Tecnology. 21th September
  • Emerging trends in Bioelectronics“, hosted by Larysa Baraban, Helmholtz Center Dresden, 19th October
  • Nanobodies for Biosensing” hosted by J.Pablo Salvador, CIBER-BBN, 16th November
  • Microbial Biosensors” hosted by Galina Pankratova, DTU Health Tech, 21th December

Each seminar with one invited speaker, three graduate student speaker and up to five graduate student poster presenters.

Registration is free writting an e-mail to the corresponding hots of each session.

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