Event

Metabolite identification in Phase 1 via microtracer AMS

San Diego, Ca | Hilton San Diego Resort & Spa • 17 Sep 2017 - 19 Sep 2017

Developing a new drug is a lengthy, expensive process. The earlier information concerning efficacy and safety of a candidate drug in humans is available, the better. Microdosing enabled by a biomedical Accelerator Mass Spectrometer (AMS) supports this process. At the ACCP in San Diego, September 17-19, TNO will present its microdosing/microtracer AMS capabilities.

We will also show our in vitro microbiota screening platform I-screen which can be used in preclinical phase to measure and identify microbiota induced 'human' metabolites.
A microdosing AMS study requires a very low dose (< 100ug), reduces costs, shortens the development process and ensures a reduction of lab animals during preclinical development. TNO is the only organisation in Europe with an auto-combustion based biomedical Accelerator Mass Spectrometer (AMS) that enables this research.

A flavor of microdosing AMS based applications

  • Absolute BA studies
  • MIST
  • Mass Balance
  • Pediatric microdosing
  • Half-life of Biologics
  • Screening of Antibodies/ADC's
  • Biosimilars

At the ACCP, TNO will present its capabilities in the field of microdosing AMS studies showing that these studies may accelerate and de-risk drug development. Advantages of our auto-combustion based AMS in comparison to the conventional graphitisation based AMS will be demonstrated. We look forward to meeting you at our booth, number 202.

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