Unmatched Viral Particle Analysis in Vaccine and Gene Therapy Development

Sponsored by: Vironova

Focused on:

  • Viral Vector Particles
  • Traditional Assays
  • Vaccine

Date: 18 October


Time: 3PM London/10AM New York

The number of gene therapy applications based on viral vectors are growing and small-scale manufacturing processes are increasingly requiring scaling up to commercial processes.

Numerous challenges must be overcome in scaling-up to full commercial production Undesired outcomes may slip through if not monitored carefully during the process development.

In this webinar we will show how MiniTEM can reveal powerful data where traditional assays have limitations.

With the introduction of the MiniTEM™ system, transmission electron microscopy has become an accessible method for routine testing in bioprocessing. Through automated image acquisition, particle detection and classification MiniTEM can provide both high-resolution images and reliable quantitative data in a very short turnaround time.

Register to this webinar to learn more.

Presented by

Josefina Nilsson,

Head of EM Services

Dr. Josefina Nilsson joined Vironova in 2007, at an early phase of the company. She has since then served to shape the company’s evolving services and solutions related to sub-visible particle characterization for the pharmaceutical industry.

Vironova is a Swedish company offering unique services for nanoparticle -characterization and viral clearance testing together with hardware and software solutions for advanced electron microscopy image analysis.

Martin Ryner,

Manager Strategic Development, Vironova AB

One of the pioneers behind the Vironova software inventions for analyzing and quantifying viral structures in electron microscopy imagery. At Vironova Martin has been managing system development and techniques for data mining, machine learning and viral expression measurements.

Before joining Vironova Martin has also developed E-commerce models for Retail industry and control systems for industry automation. Martin has a solid foundation in applied mathematics from Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm Sweden.

Key Learning Objectives

  • How MiniTEM automatically can: Screen the viral particle morphology status throughout the process
  • How MiniTEM automatically can: Determine sample purity
  • How MiniTEM automatically can: Detect aggregates
  • How MiniTEM automatically can: Compare the portion of intact versus broken viral particles
  • How MiniTEM automatically can: Indicate virus titer


  • Scientist
  • Senior Scientist
  • Analytics Scientist
  • Formulation Scientist
  • Process Development
  • Biophysicist