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Synonyms for bioassay

appraisal of the biological activity of a substance by testing its effect on an organism and comparing the result with some agreed standard

subject to a bio-assay

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During the course of a drug development programme, bioanalytical assays will be validated and used to quantify drug and metabolites in samples from a variety of different biological matrices.
AIT is a company that boasts an impressive collection of more than 100 bioanalytical assay methods, which identify over 300 drugs using some of the most advanced instrumentation in the industry.
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High Throughput Screening accounts for a lion's share in global drug discovery technologies market with an expected share of about 30% in 2015 valued at $18 billion followed by Bioanalytical Assays or instruments by about $14 billion.
Dr Saxena will lead scientific strategy at the Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) compliant laboratory in San Diego, and will be responsible for enhancing the design, validation and transfer of bioanalytical assays supporting discovery through to late phase programs for clients developing biopharmaceutical products.
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Celerion provides expertise on modeling and simulation, study design, medical writing (protocols and reports), clinical data sciences, biostatistics, and PK/PD analysis as well as small and large molecule bioanalytical assays through clinical drug development.
Intertek provides complete bioanalytical capabilities for large molecules including quantitative bioanalytical assays for preclinical and clinical studies and immunogenicity assessment.
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