Webinar Series - Tosoh Tuesday

Webinar Series - Tosoh Tuesday 

Christian Rohrer, Director Sales and Marketing at Tosoh Bioscience GmbH, will present the next edition of Tosoh Tuesday, a webinar series held by Chromatography Experts. On Tuesday, November 14, Andrea Krumm, Product Manager Analytical Columns at Tosoh Bioscience, will present novel approaches to antibody-drug-conjugate (ADC) analysis.

Tosoh Tuesday November 14,  2023

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