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Burnham Institute for Medical Research and Magellan BioScience Group, Inc. Announce Drug Discovery Collaboration
Date:7/7/2009

ied and industry-experienced research teams constitutes a significant opportunity for the discovery and development of new pharmaceutical candidates.”

Burnham’s ultra-high throughput screening resource resides within the Conrad Prebys Center for Chemical Genomics and is one of four NIH sponsored comprehensive screening and probe development centers in the United States. The fully-integrated automated system combines robotic screening with high-content image analysis, hit-to-probe chemistry, exploratory pharmacology expertise, and informatics, provides a technology platform that is virtually unprecedented in the not-for-profit research world.

“The Burnham-Magellan collaboration will involve some of the first assays to be processed through our new small molecule screening center at Lake Nona. This is a powerful partnership that will advance both science and regional development and is representative of the collaborations that were envisioned by Burnham as we established an east coast campus in Florida,” said Dr. Gregory Roth, associate professor and director of medicinal chemistry and pharmacology at Burnham.

About Magellan:
Magellan BioScience Group, Inc., based in Tampa, Fla., is a privately held innovative biotechnology company focused on the discovery of novel classes of therapeutic candidates. Magellan is using its integrated platform technologies to isolate and identify new biologically active compounds. The company believes that its library of marine microbes will be the next source of drug discovery for the pharmaceutical industry. Magellan aims to develop and optimize drug candidates to treat cancer, infectious diseases, and inflammation. For additional information, please refer to the company’s web site at Magellan BioScience Group, Inc..

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