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  December 16, 2017
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Innovation Park, Hillfoots Rd
Stirling, FK9 4NF, UK
United Kingdom

Phone: 0044(0)1786451318
Fax: 0044(0)1786464764

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BioReliance one of the world’s most trusted contract service organisations, provides a broad range of GLP and cGMP compliant biological testing and production services to pharmaceutical, biopharmaceutical, medical device and chemical companies worldwide.

Testing Services include: Characterization of cell banks, release testing of bulk and final product, viral and DNA clearance studies, full analytical characterization of proteins and peptides, stability testing, genetic, mammalian and molecular toxicology, biodistribution studies and comprehensive testing for laboratory animals including serology and PCR testing on rodent and simian species.

BioReliance offers contract manufacturing services for mammalian cell derived viral therapeutics and agents expressed in E.coli and yeast. A full range of services is offered from process development, scale-up and qualification, bulk drug production, aseptic filling and final drug packaging. Regulatory support services include the preparation of Chemistry Manufacturing and Controls (CMC) sections of regulatory filings.

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Last update of this entry: November 27, 2008

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