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PX'Therapeutics SAS

7 Parvis Louis Néel - MINATEC BHT 52A
38040 Grenoble cedex 9
France

Phone: +33 (0)438 023 650
Fax: +33 (0)476 961 038

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Located in Grenoble (France), PX’Therapeutics provides integrated biologics development and manufacturing contract services. Organized around technology platforms, PX’Therapeutics offers custom programs which may include, depending on clients' needs:
- murine antibody generation and development of chimeric, humanized and fully human mAbs
- mg to 100 g scale protein and mAb production
- expression systems: bacteria, insect cells, yeasts, mammalian cells
- R&D grade or GMP grade cell line development (CHO-PX or other cells)
- Process development
- small-mid scale GMP manufacturing
- regulatory expertise

PX’Therapeutics has been extensively involved in the discovery, development and manufacturing of drug targets, vaccines, cell-based products, therapeutic proteins and monoclonal antibodies with over 800 projects performed over the past 13 years through 200 customers (North America, Europe, Asia).


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Last update of this entry: November 05, 2013

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