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The Knowledge Foundation announced today announced that Dr. John R. Barr, Chief, Biological Mass Spectrometry Laboratory at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, will speak at the 10th Biodetection Technologies Conference to be held in Atlanta, GA from June 14-15, 2007. Dr. Barr's presentation will focus on detecting and quantifying anthrax lethal factor using mass spectrometry based methods developed at the CDC.
Detection of Anthrax Lethal Factor by Mass Spectrometry
BOSTON, MA | Posted on April 9th, 2007
With an emphasis on rapid detection and low-cost identification, Biodetection Technologies is an internationally recognized meeting that provides solutions to the challenges presented by the evolving pattern of complex biological threat agents of various origins. The list of speakers include:
Alexander N. Asanov, TIRF Technologies, Inc.
John R. Barr, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Rashid Bashir, Purdue University
Sergei Bibikov, Bio-Rad Laboratories
Frank V. Bright, The State University of New York
Amanda Bulman, Bio-Rad Laboratories
Sylvie Buteau, Defense Research and Development Canada
Darrell P. Chandler, Akonni Biosystems Inc.
Luis M. DaSilva, USAMRIID
Deyrick Dean, Bio-Rad Laboratories
Claudia Gδrtner, microfluidic ChipShop GmbH
Brian Hicke, Global Technologies (NZ) Ltd.
George Hong, Millipore Corporation
James W. Karaszkiewicz, Goldbelt Raven LLC and JBAIDS Program Office
Arnold Kell, Steacie Institute for Molecular Sciences, NRC Canada
Peter Kiesel, Palo Alto Research Center
Kurt J. Langenbach, ATCC/Biodefense & Emerging Infections Research Resources Repository
Martin A. Lee, Enigma Diagnostics Ltd.
Kenton L. Lohman, Midwest Research Institute
Wlodek Mandecki, PharmaSeq, Inc.
Sudhakar Marla, Nanosphere, Inc.
Nohra E. Mateus-Pinilla, Illinois Natural History Survey
Igor L. Medintz, Naval Research Laboratory
Richard J. Obiso Jr., Luna Innovations, Inc.
Tammy A. Spain, Pinellas County Utilities Laboratory
Max Sonnleitner, BioIdent Technologies, Inc.
Peer F. Stδhler, Febit Biotech GmbH
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