Call for sponsors & exhibitors
Exosomes 2016 OXFORD encourages demonstration of R&D and laboratory supplies related to MOLECULAR BIOLOGY and exosome research and invites commercial sponsorship. You are invited to choose from a variety of highly-competitive sponsorship packages listed below. If your needs are not covered by the offered packages please contact us in the first instance and we shall do our best to develop a package to suit your requirements.
>Gold (Includes a speaker slot AND an exhibition stand – max 2)
>Silver (Includes a speaker slot OR an exhibition stand – max 2)
>Delegate Bags (max 2)
>Delegate Badges (max 2)
>Event Documentation (max 2)
>Bag insert/seat drop
For Booking Form and further information about packages and other promotional opportunities email on:
Terms & Conditions of booking.
Sponsors and Exhibitors
Gold Sponsor and Exhibitor
Izon Science designs, manufactures and sells precision instrumentation for nano- and micro-scale particle analysis. Using its technology, Tunable Resistive Pulse Sensing (TRPS), thousands of particles can be accurately analyzed for their size, concentration and charge. The technology is highly flexible and directly measures a wide range of biological and synthetic particles with individual particle resolution. Applications include the characterization of extracellular vesicles, viruses, cells and nanoparticles and microbubbles for drug delivery research. Izon’s instruments are in use in research institutes, universities, and pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies around the world.
The HansaBioMed range from Newmarket Scientific provides essential tools for researchers in the field of exosome research, including the ExoTEST platform, a proprietary immune-based solution for the capture, quantification and characterisation of exosomes from biological fluids, Lyophilized exosomes from specific culture supernatants, Exosome Antibodies and Exosome Isolation Reagents. Newmarket Scientific also provides a broad range of library prep reagents for specific Next Generation Sequencing applications and PCR enzyme supermixes.
Malvern Instruments: Malvern’s technology and expertise supports pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical research and testing, for better characterization and control of proteins and other biopolymers in solution, as well as the analysis of biological carriers used in drug delivery. The data that Malvern’s instruments provide helps accelerate research and product development, and enhances and safeguards product quality.
The Malvern NanoSight range of instruments utilizes Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis (NTA) to characterize nanoparticles from 10nm -2000nm in solution. Applications include exosomes microvesicles, protein aggregates, vaccines and viruses. Each particle is individually but simultaneously analyzed by direct observation and measurement of diffusion events. This particle-by-particle methodology produces high resolution results for particle size distribution and concentration, while visual validation provides users with additional confidence in their data. Both particle size and concentration are measured, while a fluorescence mode provides differentiation of labelled or naturally fluorescing particles.
Protein charge, size, mass, molecular weight and polydispersity are key measurement parameters. Malvern’s Zetasizer instruments use dynamic and static light scattering to measure size, molecular weight and protein charge; Viscotek size exclusion chromatography (SEC) systems and detectors enable the rapid, reliable characterization of molecular weight, mass and structure; Sysmex FPIA-3000 dynamic imaging allows size and shape characterization of protein aggregates and subvisible particles; the Archimedes system uses resonant mass measurement to provide particle counting capability, as well as aggregate mass determination; and the Viscosizer TD draws on capillary electrophoresis technology to enable measurement of particle size and concentration as well as formulation viscosity.
Spanning a wide range of applications these systems are used to help identify and develop better drug candidates, improve productivity in biomanufacturing and understand protein function. This may include the characterization of antibodies and understanding protein changes in disease; measuring protein stability for formulation development; optimizing the separation of biological materials in bioprocessing; and assessing the biocomparability of protein therapeutics.