DSF and FTIR as methods for the identification and characterization

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Marina Kirkitadze , Deputy Director, Head of Biophysics & Conformation Unit, Analytical R&D Biochemist & Kristen Kalbfleisch

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The focus of this presentation is the application of Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy (FTIR) and Differential Scanning Fluorimetry (DSF) methods to characterize vaccine components and their stability. Additionally, FTIR can be applied for the identification of final vaccine products, and DSF can be used to distinguish different formulations of vaccine candidates. These methods, when used in conjuction, provide valuable information regarding characterization and stability in the final stages of vaccine manufacturing.

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