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Isogen Retains Strategic Partner Sheridan Road Financial to Meet Global Biopharma Demand
Date:12/3/2008

NEWARK, Del., Dec. 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Isogen, a contract development and manufacturing organization for sterile filling, announced it has retained a strategic financial partner to help it expand operations to meet the global biopharma demand for Isogen's services.

Isogen has previously announced a successful first round series of capital investment and the opening of its first filling line facility in Q1 2009 to deliver on the previously unmet process, facility and capacity needs of the $2 billion highly-niched, low-volume clinical and early-stage commercial sterile filling market segment.

Pharmaceutical companies can invest over $100 million and four years to develop sterile manufacturing capacity, but are highly reluctant to take this initiative until they are certain the candidate drug will receive regulatory approval. Isogen will set a new industry standard for GMP-compliant clinical manufacturing and containment, enabling Isogen's customers to plan and execute the supply of integrated sterile clinical and small scale commercial launches of single or multiple therapeutics at the same time while dramatically reducing costs and risks that are inherently associated with other in-house and outsourced alternatives.

"Our initial-stage private financing, Delaware state government backing and follow-on funding will enable Isogen to be the best positioned firm to meet the pent-up demand in biopharma for the unmet contract filling, containment and quality standards, while significantly reducing sterile manufacturing capital costs and time-to-market for new drugs," said Les Edwards, CEO, Isogen.

Biopharma's existing paradigm of spending hundreds of millions of dollars and waiting years to build additional sterile filling capacity to address clinical and commercial capacity needs of large pipelines no longer remains a viable option. Firms have few options to address these issues, and each solu
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