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Year: 2021

Why Switch to Hepatocyte Pellets?

You may have heard about the patented CryostaX® format of hepatocyte pellets, but do you know why SEKISUI XenoTech and countless other researchers have made the switch to pellets from traditional hepatocyte preparations? The reasons vary depending on who you ask, from the needs of the study to simply convenience, so we’re going to outline the primary factors and let you decide for yourself...

Meet the Scientist: Shanté Jackson

Shanté is a Research Scientist who joined SXT in 2017 and serves as a Drug Inhibition and Drug Metabolism Study Director and Drug Transport Lead…

Four Ways CROs Drive Innovation for Improved In Vitro Drug Metabolism and Pharmacokinetics (DMPK) Studies

Agility and focused growth allow drug developers to outsource expertise and benefit the industry at-large by fostering innovation. Panelists at the 2021 Annual DMDG Meeting…

DDI & Drug Repurposing Article featured in Drug Discovery World (DDW) Spring Edition 2021

Repurposing (repositioning, re-profiling, or re-tasking) a drug potentially saves years of costly testing from going to waste and potentially providing a higher chance of success.…

SEKISUI again honored for its ESG management

Every year, the S&P Global Sustainability Yearbook delivers one of the world’s most comprehensive and independent analysis on corporate sustainability. In 2021,...

Meet the Scientist: Stephanie Helmstetter

As part of our Meet the Scientist series, we introduce you to one of our most notable product experts, Stephanie Helmstetter.

Interview with Outsourcing Pharma: Repurposing existing drugs accelerates discovery

“Exploring alternative uses for drugs tapped for other indications, can save considerable time and money in discovery, according to an...

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