The RPP conference series aims at offering a comprehensive overview of current challenges and innovative solutions in recombinant protein production across different cell factories. Special attention is attributed to the comparative physiology of microbial and higher eukaryotic platforms for protein production. The 10th RPP conference will build on the successes of previous meetings, which have attracted steadily increasing numbers of researchers from both academia and the bioprocessing industry. The meeting will address four major areas and emerging trends in recombinant protein production of industrial relevance:
Including gene expression and regulation, translation, protein folding and stability, secretion, stress responses and cellular quality control.
Including systems metabolic engineering, synthetic biology tools, and integration of random and rational approaches.
Including challenges in up- and down-scaling, host physiology under bioprocess conditions, downstream processing, bioprocess analysis, product quality control, and the safety status of cell factories.
Including multicomplex and multispecific proteins, membrane proteins, and cell-free technologies.