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DiscoveRx Corp. & Jubilant Biosys Limited Announce Co-Marketing Agreement for Screening Services
Date:1/11/2010

BANGALORE, India, January 11 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Jubilant Biosys Limited, based in Bangalore, an integrated Drug Discovery and Development solution provider, a subsidiary of Jubilant Organosys Ltd, headquartered in Noida, announced today that it has entered into a co-marketing agreement to provide screening solutions, with DiscoveRx Corporation (Fermont, USA), a premier provider of innovative cell based assay solutions for GPCR, Kinases, NHR and Proteases.

This agreement allows Jubilant access to DiscoveRx PathHunter(TM) and cAMPHunter(TM) cell lines and proprietary EFC chemiluminescent detection technology to perform screening on behalf of Jubilant's customers. The agreement also enables DiscoveRx to expand its platform technology to offer screening solutions from India.

DiscoveRx's PathHunter(TM) ss-Arrestin and HitHunter(TM) cAMP assays are homogeneous chemiluminescent assays which are rapidly becoming GPCR screening platform of choice for screening and profiling applications. Jubilant's demonstrated capabilities in discovery research state of the art medicinal chemistry, modeling, structural biology and screening facilities including High Throughput screening facility supported by automated compound management and visualization tools coupled with the DiscoveRx award winning assay platform offers global pharmaceutical companies access to cost effective screening and lead generation services that will enable and accelerate global drug discovery efforts.

Commenting on the Collaboration, Dr. Kailash Swarna, COO, Global Drug Discovery, at Jubilant Biosys said:

"We are pleased to announce this agreement with DiscoveRx, and look forward to the prospect of providing value to our customers using DiscoveRx PathHunter(TM) and HitHunter(TM) technologies. This partnership continues to demonstrate Jubilant's mission to partner with leading technology providers
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