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Forschungsseminar Vortrag von Dr. Radja Snajdrova und Dr. Erika Tassano

Discovery and applications of enzymes in the synthesis of drugs and drug candidates, Dr. Radja Snajdrova Dr. Radja Snajdrova und Dr. Erika TassanoDr. Erika Tassano, Novartis Institute for Biomedical Research, Global Discovery Chemistry Novartis Institute for Biomedical Research, Global Discovery Chemistry

Biocatalysis has gained tremendous relevance in pharmaceutical industry over last decade. It has proven its utility in delivering green, atom efficient and economically viable routes, as well as frequently facilitating routes, inaccessible to traditional synthetic chemistry, towards drug candidates and APIs. It is considered as one of the top priority technologies for drug substance manufacturing at Novartis and is applied to the synthesis of APIs at all stages across the drug development cycle.
This talk covers several key aspects of biocatalysis in discovery and in development of drugs and drug candidates, including the importance of enzyme discovery and engineering.
Biocatalysis has gained tremendous relevance in pharmaceutical industry over last decade. It has proven its utility in delivering green, atom efficient and economically viable routes, as well as frequently facilitating routes, inaccessible to traditional synthetic chemistry, towards drug candidates and APIs. It is considered as one of the top priority technologies for drug substance manufacturing at Novartis and is applied to the synthesis of APIs at all stages across the drug development cycle.
This talk covers several key aspects of biocatalysis in discovery and in development of drugs and drug candidates, including the importance of enzyme discovery and engineering.

Datum und Zeit

28.09.2022 12:30 - 13:15 iCal

Ort

Hörsaal 02.S.21

FHNW Campus Muttenz, Hofackerstrasse 30, 4132 Muttenz

Veranstaltet durch

Hochschule für Life Sciences

Kosten

Eintritt frei

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