March 17, 2020 -- Immunoassay developer Gyros Protein Technologies announced on March 17 that it will integrate its technology into advanced training programs at the Jefferson Institute for Bioprocessing at Thomas Jefferson University (TJU).
Gyros' Gyrolab xPlore immunoassay system will be integrated into the institute's curriculum. Gyros Protein Technologies' platforms miniaturize, integrate, and automate bioanalytical processes, thereby improving workflow efficiency and reducing risk in bioprocessing. Gyrolab technology will also accelerate the generation of biologics for preclinical development.
Students will get hands-on experience with the system and accompanying ready-to-use kits to gain enhanced industry skills. The technology will be incorporated into specialist graduate degree and doctoral programs in addition to industry training programs.
The institute's training programs aim to advance the skills and knowledge of scientists, engineers, and technicians who work in process development and biomanufacturing of biopharmaceuticals and biologics.