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Cyprotex Highlights - April 2017

ADME PK

Cyprotex continue to present their research at key conferences in the ADME-Tox field.

In April, our Head of ADME in the UK, Dr. Phil Butler, presented on methods for evaluating skin metabolism at the in-cosmetics® global conference in London . You can learn more about our research in this area and download the slides below.

The 2nd Symposium on Transporters in Drug Discovery and Development will be held from the 15-16 May 2017 in London. Dr. Rob Elsby, Principal Scientist at Cyprotex, and Dr Beth Williamson, DMPK Team Leader at our parent company Evotec, will be speaking at the event. Find out more about their presentations below, or arrange a meeting at the Cyprotex booth.

Over the next few weeks, we will be summarising our posters from SOT 2017 on the Cyprotex blog. Visit our blog or follow us on Linkedin to learn more about our research.

Cyprotex presents on skin metabolism at in-cosmetics®
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Cyprotex presented at the in-cosmetics® global conference in London on methods for evaluating skin metabolism. Learn more by downloading the slides.

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Transporter Symposium
 
Cyprotex and Evotec present at 2nd Symposium on
Transporters in Drug Discovery and Development

The 2nd Symposium on Transporters in Drug Discovery and Development will be held from the 15-16 May 2017 in London.

Dr. Rob Elsby, Principal Scientist at Cyprotex, will be presenting on the 'Clinical Relevance of Intestinal BCRP inhibition in drug-drug interactions (DDIs): a perspective on assessing BCRP-mediated DDI risk liability during drug discovery and development'

Dr Beth Williamson, DMPK Team Leader at our parent company Evotec, will be presenting on 'Hepatic uptake and drug disposition - in vitro and in silico approaches'

Arrange to meet one of our scientists at the Cyprotex booth to discuss your project and learn more about our transporter and DDI capabilities.

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Transporter Symposium
 
Learn more about our recent research in toxicology

Over the next few weeks, we will be summarising our posters from SOT 2017 on the Cyprotex blog. Click below to learn more or follow us on Linkedin.

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