Canceled – new date will be announced in 2022
Experience the NanoFlowSizer and meet our team
InProcess-LSP, since 2020 member of the BioScience Park Leiden, will organize an informative, free to visit, demonstration of the NanoFlowSizer.
Both dates will be an identical program, so select one of the two dates.
Continuous, real-time nanoparticle size characterization
The NanoFlowSizer is a unique particle size characterization technology used for Process Analytical Technology (PAT).
The instrument is a new innovative system for continuous, real-time nanoparticle size characterization of colloidal systems, nanosuspensions, nanoemulsions and other dispersed nanoproducts directly in manufacturing processes (inline) or in a laboratory setting (offline).
|13.00-13.15:||Pick up free lunch and find your seat|
|13.15 – 13.35:||Introduction InProcess-LSP and the NanoFlowSizer by F. van der Pas|
|13.35 – 14.00:||Spatially Resolved DLS Technology, R. Arribas Bueno|
|14.00 – 14.30:||Demo flow and static measurements NanoFlowSizer|
|14.30 – 14.50:||Closing remarks, A. Gerich|
|14.50 – 15.30:||Network and drinks|
Location: (click here for the routeplanner)
BioPartner 5 (Leiden BioSciencePark)
De Limes 7
2342 DH Oegstgeest
Information or contact about the event: firstname.lastname@example.org
Download the program
2 min video
What’s in it for you?
- The only TRUE PAT tool for inline measurements
- Particle size distribution in flow
- No sampling or dilution
- Ideal for sterile processes
- Fast and continuous, data every 10 sec
- Flexible for many applications and scales
Vaccine delivery systems
One of the ways to improve the efficiency of the RNA vaccines is by using a suitable delivery system. Therefore, there is an urgent need for the development of new and improved vaccine delivery systems. The most common delivery systems for RNA vaccines for increasing potency include liposomes and cationic polymers.
Vaccine developers have to optimize nanoformulations for the efficient packaging and safe delivery of the genetic material.
Lipid nanoparticle technology
Lipid nanoparticle formulations of small molecule drugs represent a relatively mature technology. The design of features such as optimal particle sizes (100 nm diameter or less) is required for lipid-based delivery systems. For this reason it is important to have a system that can monitor the particle size during the production of these vaccine delivery systems.
Ideal drug carriers
The structure turns liposomes into ideal drug carriers, since hydrophilic drugs tend to be entrapped in the core; while hydrophobic ones will be entrapped within the lipid bilayers.
Vaccins, medicines, adjuvants, solubilizers and more
Liposomes have a wide range of industrial applications including their use as drug delivery vehicles in medicine, adjuvants in vaccination, signal enhancers/carriers in medical diagnostics and analytical biochemistry, solubilizers for various ingredients as well as support matrices for various ingredients and penetration enhancers in cosmetics.