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Cyprotex Highlights - May 2022

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Introducing our latest toxicology offering: the peripheral blood mononuclear cell (PBMC) proliferation assay.

The assay evaluates the immunogenic potential of candidate drugs using multiple HLA-typed PBMC donors cryopreserved in our immune cell biobank.

Visit the assay page to learn more:

PBMC Proliferation

Our upcoming webinar presents the most recent updates in CYP induction, as well as a comprehensive overview and outline of the recommended approach to assess CYP induction in vitro.

Presented by our in-house expert, Katie Plant, the webinar will be broadcast on 6th July 2022 and is free to attend.

Register now

This May, Cyprotex attended the DMDG Early Careers Meeting 2022: Hot Topics in the Lab.

Open to scientists who are currently in their first 5 years of working in a DMPK role, the event provided a platform for early career scientists to participate in a vibrant scientific meeting.

Click on the link below to see a selection of the posters presented at the event:

View the posters

Read the latest news from parent company, Evotec:

  • Evotec acquires Rigenerand; a pioneering company in the field of cGMP manufacturing of cell therapies
  • Evotec enters into a multi-target alliance focussed on skin health with Almirall
  • Evotec and Sernova announce exclusive partnership in the field of diabetes
  • Evotec extends and expands strategic partnership with Bristol Myers Squibb for an additional 8 years
  • Evotec invests in Tubulis, a specialist in antibody drug conjugates
  • Groundbreaking begins for Evotec's new Hamburg lab
  • Further programme designation reached within Evotec's neuroscience collaboration with Bristol Myers Squibb

Read the press releases

Read more from Evotec, Cyprotex and Just - Evotec Biologics in the Science Pool blog:

Read the blog

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