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Selexis SA to Speak on Overcoming Complex Difficult-to-Express ProteinSecretion Bottlenecks at the 2014 Protein Engineering Summit (PEGS)

Apr 23, 2014 2:47:03 PM

Company CSO to Present Data on the Selexis SURE CHO-Mplus™ Libraries

Geneva, Switzerland, April 23 2013 – Selexis SA, a serial innovation company with proven technologies for biologic drug discovery and mammalian cell line development announced today the Company’s chief scientific officer, Pierre-Alain Girod, PhD, will be speaking on overcoming complex secretion bottlenecks in his talk, “Proprietary and Unique Expression System for Versatile and Ubiquitous Transgene Expression” at the 2014 PEGS Summit on Wednesday, May 7, 2014 at the Seaport World Trade Center in Boston, Massachusetts. Selexis will also be exhibiting at the conference, May 5 – 9, 2014.

Dr. Girod’s lecture is part of the Antibody Engineering track. Conference attendees can hear Dr. Girod’s lecture on Wednesday, May 7 at 12:10 PM.

Presentation Abstract:
“Proprietary and Unique Expression System for Versatile and Ubiquitous Transgene Expression”
Based on proprietary epigenetic DNA regulator elements and leveraging the SURE CHO-M Genome and Transcriptome, Selexis has developed a novel platform approach for the generation of CHO cell lines. By combining robust transcription with a library approach to debottlenecking translation, folding and secretion, Selexis has launched the SURE CHOM-Mplus™ Libraries. This technology has an extensive history of generating high-level, stable expressing cell lines, including cell lines producing difficult-to-express proteins such as Fc-fusions and large multimeric proteins. The extensive characterization of the CHO-M cell line supports comprehensive and effective transfer packages for manufacturing.

Additionally, conference attendees can meet with Selexis representatives at Booth 329, May 5 - 9. To schedule meetings in advance, please contact Selexis at Registration for the PEGS conference is required. For more information, visit

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