Japanese Bio Venture Company Transparent And Toyo Gosei Jointly Market Drug Discovery Screening Kit
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Chiba prefecture-based Transparent, a biology venture company funded by Tokyo University of Science and Toyo Gosei, a pharmaceutical material maker announced May 15 that they have jointly developed and marketed Cell-able, a drug discovery screening kit to culture liver cells in a close to in-vivo environment. Cell-able can be used to conduct 96 tests on a single plate which is eight times greater than current methods. Transparent hopes to reach ¥100 million in sales this year, and will launch Cell-able overseas next year and hopes to reach ¥3 billion in sales by 2012. (Click here for more - Japanese language
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