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Metanomics Health and the Drug Safety Executive Council™ (DSEC) expand the scope of MetaMap®Tox
Date:3/7/2013

an improved understanding of the underlying toxicity mechanisms of action and the ability to translate the findings into clinical practice.

In 2011, MetaMap®Tox obtained technical validation by the DSEC Technology Evaluation Consortium following comprehensive evaluation via this collaborative effort among twelve leading biopharmaceutical companies. It was successfully launched as a service to healthcare clients in June 2012. MetaMap®Tox has been developed in-house by BASF’s Experimental Toxicology and Ecology unit. Before the market launch, it was in routine use at BASF for more than five years. MetaMap®Tox is marketed through Metanomics Health.

“The commercial launch of MetaMap®Tox last year sparked a lot of interest from customers in the healthcare sector,” said Dr. Tim Boelke, Managing Director of Metanomics Health. “Having signed the first agreements on MetaMap®Tox with commercial clients, we believe it is the right time to expand the scope of the solution to advanced cardiotoxicity testing.”

The Drug Safety Executive Council evaluates a number of safety-related new technologies every year through the Technology Evaluation Consortium, which has been serving the industry’s efforts to become more efficient and productive with the development of new biopharmaceuticals for the last 8 years.

“We are proud to be able to bring this evaluation project to our pharmaceutical partners in the industry,” said Dawn Van Dam, General Manager of Cambridge Healthtech Associates and DSEC. “The importance of collaboration in expediting drug discovery cannot be underestimated. We are significantly expanding our efforts in the Technology Evaluation Consortium, and look forward to having many more biopharmaceutical companies and technology providers join our projects to further accelerate the effectiveness and efficiency of the drug discovery process.”

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