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Eckert & Ziegler Vitalea Science and Korea-based BioCore Bring Human Microdosing to Korea to Address the Needs of the Emergent Pharmaceutical Industry
Date:1/17/2013

Davis, California and Seoul, South Korea (PRWEB) January 17, 2013

Eckert & Ziegler Vitalea Science (EZVS) and BioCore Co. Ltd., leading bioanalytical contract research organizations (CRO), are pleased to announce the initiation of an agreement to co-market complementary services in support of clinical drug development for the pharmaceutical industry. BioCore, the first bioanalytical CRO in Korea, has an established reputation for quality service and a customer base that extends throughout Asia. This relationship expands BioCore’s portfolio, adding EZVS’s Accelerator Mass Spectrometry (AMS) based services to their suite of advanced offerings, and facilitates EZVS’s entry into the rapidly growing Asian pharmaceutical market.

AMS is an ultrasensitive radiocarbon detection platform that complements other tools available to the pharmaceutical scientist. “Atom counting” sensitivity enable new avenues of clinical drug development in ways that were not previously possible. For example, microdosing allows the behavior of any drug to be studied with almost no risk of side effects. BioCore President and CEO Hyung Sik Choie comments, “Eckert & Ziegler Vitalea Science (EZVS) and BioCore Co. Ltd., leading bioanalytical contract research organizations (CRO), are pleased to announce the initiation of an agreement to co-market complementary services in support of clinical drug development for the pharmaceutical industry. BioCore, the first bioanalytical CRO in Korea, has an established reputation for quality service and a customer base that extends throughout Asia. This relationship expands BioCore’s portfolio, adding EZVS’s Accelerator Mass Spectrometry (AMS) based services to their suite of advanced offerings, and facilitates EZVS’s entry into the rapidly growing Asian pharmaceutical market.

AMS is an ultrasensitive radiocarbon detection platform that complements other tools available to the pharmaceutical scientist
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