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CMC Biologics et RuiYi passent un accord pour le développement d'un nouvel anticorps monoclonal Anti-IL-6
Date:5/14/2013

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À propos de CMC Biologics
CMC Biologics est une entreprise de développement et de fabrication biopharmaceutique sous contrat exploitant des sites à Copenhague, Danemark et Seattle, Washington, États-Unis. La Société se spécialise dans les services personnalisés pour la mise à niveau et la fabrication cGMP de produits thérapeutiques à base de protéines pour les essais précliniques, les essais cliniques et la production commerciale. Les services entièrement intégrés de la société portent sur le développement de lignées cellulaires en utilisant son système propriétaire CHEF1®, le développement de processus et de formulations, ainsi que des tests analytiques complets. CMC Biologics dispose de suites de cultures cellulaires par fermentation microbiennes et de mammifères qui sont entièrement isolées, et offre des processus de production par cuves à agitation et par perfusion. Pour plus de renseignements, veuillez consulter www.cmcbio.com.

Avantage technologique de l'expression CHEF1®
Le système d'expression CHEF1 a beaucoup été utilisé dans la création de lignes cellulaires de production clinique et a été homologué pour la production commerciale. La plate-forme d'expression intégrée CHEF1 accélère le développement des lignes cellulaires pour la production cGMP en utilisant des procédures robustes et des matières premières fiables, y compris des médias définis chimiquement, des cellules CHO adaptées et des plasmides d'expression CHEF1, afin de produire des niveaux élevés de protéines recombinées, dans des délais rapides.
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