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IBA Molecular Introduces Centers for Innovation
Date:9/10/2012

DULLES, Va., Sept. 10, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- IBA Molecular North America, Inc. (IBA Molecular), a leading manufacturer and distributor of PET imaging tracers, has announced the introduction of its Centers for Innovation, two unique facilities designed for advanced radiopharmaceutical contract development and manufacturing. The centers are located in Totowa and Somerset, New Jersey.  Complementing these sites are IBA Molecular's production capabilities for isotopes such as I-124, F-18, Zr-89 and, in the future, Cu-64 and Y-86. The centers are expected to play an important role in the development of a new generation of disease-specific tracers and companion theragnostics.

The primary site is a state-of-the-art radiopharmaceutical facility in Totowa, New Jersey. This fully equipped 8500 sq. ft. research and development center is staffed by a team of accomplished professionals, including radiochemists, nuclear pharmacists, QC chemists and cyclotron engineers with well over a century of combined professional experience. The staff has expertise in radio-labeling, product development and industrialization of new tracers, technology transfer and GMP production of doses for clinical trials.  These attributes make the site an ideal destination for collaborative projects. With both large (mAbs, proteins etc.) and small molecule radio-labeling expertise, the center can develop processes to support almost any new tracer including those that utilize isotopes such as F-18, I-124 and Zr-89.  All of these endeavors are geared towards supporting human clinical trials of novel tracers.   

These GMP-validated sites provide a broad range of capabilities, including:

  • Compounding of I-124 capsules for clinical use
  • Producing the highest purity I-124 available under a DMF for this radioisotope
  • Production of novel tracers integral to pre-clinical translational research
  • Scalable i
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