PBSS Seminar Luncheon
On September 16, 2016
On September 26-29, 2016
On October 3, 2016
PBSS Immuno-Oncology Biomarkers Workshop
On October 28, 2016
AAPS Annual Meeting 2016
On November 13-17, 2016
New Immunology Lab
MicroConstants has provided large molecule drug immunochemistry services since 2001. Our newly remodeled Immunology Laboratory is equipped with state-of-the-art instrumentation, including Meso Scale Discover (MSD®) Quickplex SQ 120, Luminex 200, Molecular Devices Sepectra Max Plus 384 ELISA plate readers, as well as microplate washers and automated liquid handling systems. Lab operations are fully GLP-compliant, but fit-for-purpose analyses for biomarkers and other analytes are also available. The lab specializes in ligand-binding immunoassays and enzymatic assays for drug pharmacokinetic and immunogenicity determinations, including neutralizing antibody analyses. Solving difficult method development projects are also a lab specialty. Under the direction of Dr. John Marcelletti, our well trained scientists are ready to assist your group with large molecule immuneanalytical services using single or multiplex platforms.
Specimen Collection Kits
Did you know MicroConstants assembles and distributes protocol-specific speciment collection kits to simplify and streamline the PK collection process? Well now you do! We ship our kits worldwide and have shipped to over 33 countries around the world. We offer protocol-specific specimen collection kits, collection manuals & training materials, and our team corresponds with couriers to ensure on-time, smooth deliveries. If interested, click here to view our kits page!
The AAPS Journal Featuring Jason Conerty & Francesca Wright
MicroConstants is very proud to have two of our own featured in The AAPS Journal this month for their contribution to writing the review article: Best Practices in Stability Indicating Method Development and Validation for Non-clinical Dose Formulations. To read the full article, please click on the link below. Congrats to Jason & Francesca!
AAPS Journal Review Article: Best Practices in Stability Indicating Method Development and Validation for Non-clinical Dose Formulations