Meet Alphalyse at these Events

Upcoming Events


AGC Biologics 2020 Global CMO Consultant Summit

Barcelona, Spain

Alphalyse will join the AGC Biologics 2020 Global CMO Consultant Summit in Barcelona. Contact us if you would like to talk to us about your Host Cell Protein projects.


BEBPA 2020 – Host Cell Protein conference

Dubrovnik, Croatia

Meet us at BEBPA Host cell conference 18-20 May. Make sure to attend our presentation on 19 May: HCP Profiling in Commercial mAbs and Biosimilars. Download conference brochure here:

Passed Events

Alphalyse at Analytica 2020

CANCELLED! Analytica 2020

Munich, Germany

As the leading laboratory in HCP analysis by mass spectrometry, Alphalyse will attend this year’s Analytica. Come discuss your challenges in host cell protein detection for process development – meet us at the Sciex booth. Will you be joining us there? Let us know if you’d like to meet. Email us Event site


Webinar: Strategies for HCP analysis of Biologics


Don’t miss this chance to find out why 5 of the 20 largest pharmaceutical companies in the world rely on Alphalyse for setting up the optimal strategy for HCP analysis: Ejvind Mortz is hosting a webinar on the subject Wednesday 11 March. The webinar will Ensure that you are up-to-date on available HCP analysis methods… Read whole story


Sciex Biologics Characterization Seminar

Darmstadt, Germany

Do you work with Host Cell Protein analysis? Join us in Darmstadt on the 28th of November when Thomas Kofoed will be talking about “Strategies for Host Cell Protein Analysis using Mass Spectrometry”. The seminar sponsored by Sciex and Phenominex and is about the recent developments in analytical technologies for biopharmaceutical characterization using mass spectrometry… Read whole story


Biologics Characterization Seminar

Copenhagen, Denmark

Do you need a new strategy for Host Cell Protein analysis? Find out, when Thomas Kofoed, CEO at Alphalyse presents the topic at the SCIEX and Phenomenex seminar in Copenhagen on 3 October. Learn about the recent developments in analytical technologies for biopharmaceutical characterization using Mass Spectrometry and Capillary Electrophoresis. Sign-up ►

Which HCP is your ELISA missing?

Do you know which HCP impurities your ELISA is missing?


Alphalyse now launches a new reproducible method for detecting which individual impurities are measured Join our webinar on Wednesday, 18 September 2019 to learn more.   Who should attend? We recommend you attend if you are a manager or scientist in R&D or process development and concerned about the Host Cell Proteins (HCPs) in your… Read whole story

Bioprocessing Summit Boston - Host Cell Proteins

Bioprocessing Summit 2019

Boston, MA, USA

Your HCP analysis should be both reactive to broader populations of HCPs and more specific to HCPs likely to be in the final product. However, with current methods, based on 2D PAGE and Western Blot, it is difficult to know if both of these conditions are met. Experience Ejvind Mortz present the NEW Alphalyse Coverage… Read whole story


Don’t just rely on ELISAs for process development


Thomas Kofoed hosts a webinar for those involved in process development. Join him on on June 26 at 1600 CET / 1500 GMT / 10am EST / 7am PST. The topic is the benefits you gain from using mass spectrometry to monitor individual Host Cell Proteins. You can thus use MS to monitor them all the… Read whole story

Rikke Raaen Lund, Alphalyse presents at BEBPA Host Cell Conference 2019

7th annual Host Cell Protein Conference 2019 organized by BEBPA

San Pedro, California, USA

Do you know which HCPs your HCP-ELISA covers – and how well they are covered? If you’re attending the BEBPA Host Cell Protein Conference in California this May, make sure to join Rikke Lund’s talk on this subject on 16 May. In addition, ►Ejvind Mortz will co-chair a workshop on Data Analysis Methods for HCP… Read whole story

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