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Discover the Nucro-Technics Advantage at ToxExpo 2015

by Constantine on February 28, 2015

Discover Nucro-Technics at ToxExpo 2015

Visit us at booth #1305 at the 2015 Society of Toxicology (SOT) Meeting in San Diego, California to discover one of the biotech industry’s most capable and experienced contract research service providers.  With over 40 years of industry experience, and having completed projects for the largest pharmaceutical and biotech companies, you can trust Nucro-Technics to fulfill your needs as a provider of preclinical services.

E-mail David Milstein (milstein@nucro-technics.com), Director of Business Development, to arrange for a time stop by our booth to learn more about our services and to discuss your projects.

Pre-clinical Testing Services

Nucro-Technics can bring your compound from the proof-of-concept stage to the clinic with our wide breadth of services, all performed in-house at our facility.  Our services include:

Experience

Our staff have decades of experience handling a wide range of products.  From small and large molecules to monoclonal antibodies and gene therapy, our scientists have the expertise necessary to understand the ins and outs of your particular compound, and avoid errors on your way to a successful IND candidate.  As well as being routinely audited by our clients, we are compliant to both the FDA and OECD Good Laboratory Practice Regulations, and are inspected regularly by the FDA and Health Canada.

Please visit our website to discover more of our genetic toxicology, toxicology or bioanalytical capabilities.  We look forward to seeing you in San Diego!

Can’t make it to San Diego?  Nucro-Technics is always available to help you with your research.  Whether you are at the drug discovery, safety assessment, or analytical testing phase, our staff have decades of experience handling a wide range of projects.  For a brief consultation, to receive a quotation, or to schedule a test, please contact NUCRO-TECHNICS.

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