News Discover the latest news stories, blog posts and publications from Cobra's expert team. You are here: Home News Toggle filters Year: All Years 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 or Month: All Months January February March April May June July August September October November December or Type: All Categories DNA Fill Finish General DNA Proteins Technologies Viral Vectors Showing posts in the tag 'DNA'. Show all posts Cobra Biologics and the University of Leeds Collaborate in BioProNET Funded Project £100K grant will fund proof-of-concept studies to optimise bioprocessing of gene therapy vectors using hydrodynamic fluid flow fields. Links & Downloads: Cobra Articles DNA, Fill Finish, Gene Therapy, Proteins, Technologies, Viral Vectors A selection of links and downloadable magazine articles Links & Downloads: Peer Reviewed Publications A selection of downloadable journal articles and book chapters from the team at Cobra Cobra Biologics and Symbiosis Awarded £1.9m ($2.5m USD) Innovate UK Grant DNA, Gene Therapy, Viral Vectors Funding will be used to develop world-leading capabilities in drug substance and drug product viral vector production for gene and immunotherapy Cobra Biologics Awarded £2.6m ($3.4m USD) from Innovate UK Gene Therapy, News Capital infrastructure investment to embed and secure clinical and commercial viral vector manufacturing capability within the UK Cobra Biologics Embarks On £15m (165m SEK) Gene Therapy Manufacturing Operations Expansion DNA, Gene Therapy, Viral Vectors Capacity increase in response to customer demand for DNA and viral vector production Cobra and Touchlight Collaborate on Production of Next Generation DNA Constructs DNA Optimising the manufacture of AAV vectors to support gene therapy and regenerative medicine Cobra and Lancaster partnership helps unravel new analytical tool for DNA topology DNA Lorna Ashton from Lancaster University working with Cobra Biologics to assess a novel method for determining the topology of plasmid DNA. BLOG: Fit for Purpose DNA Processes - Interesting dilemas from a manufacturing perspective BLOG: Expanding DNA Market DNA In the last 2-3 years there has been a very marked increase in interest in the use of plasmid DNA.