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Discovery Bioanalysis

Identifying candidates with promising ADME and pharmacokinetics properties during the discovery phase of drug development lays the groundwork for future clinical trials and regulatory approval. However, translating a long-term study into a successful outcome requires reliable, qualified measurements at a clinical scale.

 

Q2 Solutions’ global bioanalytical services network brings substantial expertise in biomarker assays and cell-based bioanalytical assays that target multi-domain proteins, antibodies, oligonucleotides, antibody-drug conjugates, and peptides.

 

Specific strengths include:

  • ADME assay development (including drug-drug interaction testing, discovery and development metabolite identification, and in vitro ADME screening)
  • Ligand-binding assays
  • Pharmacokinetic (PK) testing
  • Immunogenicity testing and immunoassays
  • Biomarker assays
  • Large molecule bioanalysis and LC/MS bioanalysis
  • DMPK services

Q² Solutions can work with you to develop automated small molecule LC/MS assays, large molecule ligand binding assays, immunoassays, and large-molecule hybrid-LC/MS assays to meet your discovery bioanalysis needs.

Q² Solutions can help you design and carry out validated assays that will move your project forward


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Assay Development for Large-Scale Clinical Studies

Supporting data from high-volume, regulated clinical studies

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Large Molecule Bioanalytical and ADME Solutions

Solutions for your large molecule bioanalysis and the successful outcome you seek

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