Talk Title: Size, charge, and N-glycosylation variant analysis of the anti-COVID-19 monoclonal antibody bamlanivimab by capillary gel electrophoresis
András Guttman is heading the Horváth Csaba Memorial Laboratory of Bioseparation Sciences in University of Debrecen (Hungary) and the Translational Glycomics Research Group in University of Pannonia (Veszprem, Hungary). His work is mainly focused on capillary gel electrophoresis and microfluidics for glycomics and glycoproteomics applications of biomedical and biopharmaceutical interests. Dr Guttman has published over 383 scientific papers, 38 book chapters, authored 1 and edited 4 textbooks and holds 25 patents. He is a member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, recognized by numerous international awards, Editor in Chief for Current Molecular Medicine and serves as editorial board member for a dozen scientific journals.