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KBI Biopharma Selects Freeslate’s Biologics Formulation System for Early and Late Stage Drug Development
Date:9/3/2013

a leading development and contract manufacturing organization serving the biopharmaceutical industry. KBI helps client partners accelerate and optimize drug development and manufacturing programs by offering an extensive suite of expert development and manufacturing services in an agile, client-friendly partnering environment. Clients include global pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies and academic/non-profit organizations. Today, KBI serves more than 150 customers in the US, Canada, Europe, Korea and Japan, including most of the top ten pharmaceutical companies. KBI was founded in 1996 and is based in Durham, North Carolina, near Research Triangle Park (RTP).

KBI’s extensive track record of successful process development and manufacturing programs is a result of its unique approach of applying the insight gained from our biophysical and biochemical protein characterization methodologies, towards the development of robust and scalable processes. KBI delivers expert and integrated process development and cGMP manufacturing of recombinant protein Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (API) for its clients. For more information, please visit http://www.kbibiopharma.com.

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Freeslate, Inc.
Direct: 408-773-4081
Email: mikelle(dot)thatcher(at)freeslate(dot)com

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