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The 14th Biennial meeting from International Endotoxin and Innate Immunity Society holds in Hamburg, Germany, on September 22nd-24th, 2016.

LPS-BIOSCIENCES will participate with 2 team members presenting their academic work on endotoxins structures and activities.

Meet us there. 


We will present our latest results in LPS removal to purify polysaccharides from pyrogenic endotoxines and also new methods of endotoxines quantification when the LAL test is not relevant. 

Come to meet us and feel free to contact us if you need any detail or information. (contact us !)



LPS-BIOSCIENCES will participate to the Endotoxins Days in Lyon, September, 20th 2016. 

Feel free to contact us using our website to meet and discuss with Frederic our CEO that will participate to this meeting. 

You will be able to discuss with him on our latest available endotoxins quantification methods and removal techniques.

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The Eleventh International Bordetella Symposium holds in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on April 5th - 8th, 2016.

It will gather scientists performing basic research on the field, physicians working on clinical aspects and epidemiology, government agencies, decision-makers involved in vaccines development, those who work in defining new vaccination strategies or in policy decisions related to the introduction of new vaccines in public health programs at national or international levels, as well as the representatives of the major vaccine manufacturing pharmaceutical companies. 

In a session devoted to Bordetella’s vaccines, Dr. Martine Caroff, CSO and founder of LPS-BioSciences, will present a talk and a poster called “Bordetella pertussis LOS: interest of phenol-free extraction and mass spectrometry methods for vaccine development”.
She will detail the variety of structures that was observed during 40 years of study of the Bordetella family and how innovative methods of extraction without phenol and Mass Spectrometry analysis can help vaccine development and improvement.