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Posted by MD Biosciences on Apr 20, 2017 2:20:14 PM

Saint Paul, MN, April 20, 2017     Five leading research organizations have partnered to provide the most comprehensive clinical development platform in the industry. Leveraging their collective expertise, the Center for Diagnostic Imaging (CDI), Medtronic, MD Biosciences, Prism Research, and ThreeWire, have come together to make it easier for life science companies and clinicians to bring lifesaving and life improving products to patients in need. Dubbed the Minnesota Clinical Research Hub, this partnership provides sponsors with a flexible platform for conducting their trials, allowing use of the partners individually and collectively as research needs dictate. Contact MD Biosciences for more details about the MCRH and activities.



About MD Biosciences

MD Biosciences is a research and development company founded in 1991 with four business divisions. MD Biosciences CLIA laboratory provides assay development and clinical testing services for clinical stage programs. MD Biosciences Preclinical Services provide contract research services for drug development in areas including immuno-oncology, CNS, inflammatory and metabolic diseases. Early stage compounds in the area of neuropathic pain and cancer are being developed through MD Biosciences Innovalora Ltd. Finally, MD Biosciences is a manufacturer and distributor of proprietary products for industrial and academic drug discovery laboratories.

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Topics: CLIA, CRO/outsourcing, contract research, Personalized medicine

MD Biosciences to present new advances in pig translational models for pain

Posted by MD Biosciences on Apr 20, 2017 1:38:10 PM


 MD Biosciences will be presenting its newest advances in translational pig models for pain at this year's SMi Pain Therapeutics Conference to be held in London, UK on May 22-23. Translational models in pigs for the study of pain have become an indispensable tool in drug development. The skin structure of the pig, particularly with respect to its neuronal structure, shows a high degree of similarity to that of humans. This provides a platform in which new therapeutics can be tested to yield results which are highly predictive of human outcomes. MD Biosciences has continuously developed its models to approximate the human condition as closely as possible, bringing its unique capabilities to the drug development process. Please contact MD Biosciences or SMi Group Ltd for conference details.



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Topics: Pain, post-operative pain, in vivo pain models