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DiscoveRx Announces Launch of New Human Primary Cell-Based Panels for Oncology Research
Date:9/12/2013

ination therapy would have been developed independently, determining the appropriate therapeutic dosing for such combinations also continues to be technically challenging. The ability to test drug combinations in predictive models such as BioMAP can support the testing of pre-clinical strategies involving both development compounds and approved drugs.

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BioMAP® Systems incorporate predictive primary human cell-based disease models that generate uniquely informative activity profiles of each potential drug, assisting in the selection and development of new drug candidates. For more information on BioMAP drug discovery services, visit http://www.biomapsystems.com.

About DiscoveRx

Founded in 2000, DiscoveRx is a privately held, venture-backed company headquartered in Fremont, California, with additional offices in San Diego, CA, San Francisco, CA and Birmingham, England. DiscoveRx is a leading provider of next generation proprietary platforms for both target-based and phenotypic based drug discovery. The company holds extensive intellectual property for its core technology platforms 1) PathHunter®, HitHunter®and  InCELL Hunter™ : β-galactosidase based enzyme fragment complementation, 2) KINOMEscan® : in vitro binding assay platform and 3) BioMAP®: A three part drug discovery solution consisting of BioMAP system, proprietary database, and predictive analytics tools. Utilizing these proprietary platforms, DiscoveRx has developed and commercialized industry leading panels of over 1000 target based and primary cell based assay solutions for Oncology, Metabo
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