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News Article | May 29, 2017
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NEW YORK, May 29, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Contract Research Outsourcing in US$ Million by the following Service Segments: Drug Discovery, Preclinical Research, and Clinical Research. The report provides separate comprehensive analytics for the US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Rest of World. Annual estimates and forecasts are provided for the period 2015 through 2022. Also, a six-year historic analysis is provided for these markets. Read the full report: http://www.reportlinker.com/p04910444/Global-Contract-Research-Outsourcing-Services.html Market data and analytics are derived from primary and secondary research. Company profiles are primarily based on public domain information including company URLs. The report profiles 115 companies including many key and niche players such as - Albany Molecular Research, Inc. - Charles River Laboratories International, Inc. - Chiltern International Ltd. - ICON plc Read the full report: http://www.reportlinker.com/p04910444/Global-Contract-Research-Outsourcing-Services.html I. INTRODUCTION, METHODOLOGY & PRODUCT DEFINITIONS Study Reliability and Reporting Limitations Disclaimers Data Interpretation & Reporting Level Quantitative Techniques & Analytics Product Definitions and Scope of Study II. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 1. INDUSTRY OVERVIEW Outsourcing of R&D Projects to Propel CROs Services Market Growth Drivers in a Nutshell Evolving Macro Trends Driving CRO Demand CROs to Significantly Drive Outsourcing Penetration Focus on Efficient, Quality Services to Drive Specialty CROs Market Rise in Investments to Boost Growth Key Therapeutic Areas of Clinical Trial Research Table 1: Global Clinical Trial Services Market by Therapeutic Area: 2016 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Primary Factors Influencing CRO Market Pharma and Biotech Companies to Increase Dependence on CROs Outlook Notable Regional Developments Future Model of CRO 2. COMPETITIVE SCENARIO CRO - A Highly Fragmented Market Table 2: Leading Players in the Global Contract Research Outsourcing Market (2016E): Percentage Breakdown of Revenues by Player (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Table 3: Percentage Breakup of Life Sciences Revenues (2016) of Major Players by Service Type- Preclinical, Phase I, Phase IIA, Phase IIB, Phase III, Phase IV/ Post-Approval, Central Lab and Others Large CROs Seek the Inorganic Growth Route Global CRO Marketspace - A Review of the M&A Activity in the Recent Years Select M&A Activity in the Global CRO Market Noteworthy Contracts of Major CROs CROs Adept with New Technologies to See More Business in Future Streamlining Development of Novel Trial Designs CROs with End-to End Capabilities in Demand Key Opportunities for CROs Technological Superiority - A Definite Advantage Strategies and Tactical Programs for CROs Survival Strategies in Mature CRO Markets Exit from the Industry Expand Scale Capture Niche Segments Strategies to Tap Opportunities in Growing Markets Mobilize Funds Expand Other Services Upgrade Technological and Knowledge Base Form Sub-Contracts or Regional Alliances 3. GROWTH DRIVERS, MARKET TRENDS & ISSUES Increased Spend on R&D Outsourcing Table 4: Global Pharmaceutical R&D Spending (US$ Billion) for the Years 2010 through 2017 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Table 5: Percentage Breakdown of Total Number of Compounds in Pipeline by Phase for Pre-Clinical, Phase I, Phase II and Phase III: 2016E (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Enhancing Site Selection and Patient Enrollment CROs Enter into Alliances to Improve Efficiencies Adoption of Digital Technologies Gains Pace Rising Late-Stage Services Demand and Budget Restraints Drive Market Growth Toxicology Services Gain Notable Attention Pharma Companies Enter into Licensing Agreements with Biotech Companies for New Drug Discovery - A Mutually Beneficial Strategy Pharmaceutical & Biopharmaceutical Trends to Support CRO Penetration Table 6: Global Biopharma % R&D Outsourcing (2014-2020) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Table 7: New FDA Drug Approvals (2010-2016): Breakdown of Number of Approvals by Type for New Molecular Entity (NME) and Biologic License Application (BLA) Approvals (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Focus on Regulatory Oversight and Enhanced Transparency Bodes Well for CROs eClinical Solutions Gain Traction Other Noteworthy Market Trends CROs Monetize Data Service Differentiation - A Sustaining Strategy CROs Tie Up with Diagnostic Companies for Patients Research Networks Move to Cloud Application of Mobile Devices to Collect Real Time Data Gains Ground CROs Provide Exclusive Offers to Lure Big Pharma Challenges Faced by Contract Research Organizations On-shore versus Offshore CRO Business Cutthroat Competition among CROs Management of Clinical Investigation Cost Containment Safety Concerns on Clinical Trials Pipeline Blocks Surging Global Population Offers Increased Growth Opportunities Table 8: Top 25 Countries Worldwide in Terms of Population: 2015 & 2016 (In Million) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Aging Population Boosts Opportunities for CRO Table 9: Global Population Statistics for the 65+ Age Group (2015) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Table 10: Comparison of Aging Population by Country (1980, 2015 & 2050): Percentage Share of Population Aged Above-65 Years of the Overall Population for Select Countries (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Increasing Healthcare Expenditure to Spur Demand for Generics Table 11: Healthcare Spending as a Percentage of GDP by Region (2016E) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) 4. CONTRACT RESEARCH OUTSOURCING - AN INSIGHT Concept Contract Research Organizations (CRO) Contract Research Outsourcing Major CRO Services Ancillary CRO Services Advantages from CRO Drug Discovery Pre-Clinical Studies Clinical Research - Factors Encouraging CRO Services at Various Phases Phase I Phase II Phase III Phase IV 5. RECENT INDUSTRY ACTIVITY WuXi AppTec Takes Over HD Biosciences Laboratory Corporation of America Holdings to Acquire Pharmaceutical Product Development PRA Health Sciences and Takeda Pharmaceutical Inks New Partnership AMRI Enters into Alliance with Bruker Daltonics and HighRes Biosolutions Pharmaceutical Product Development Establishes Rare Disease and Pediatric Center of Excellence Pharmaceutical Product Development to Start Clinical Research Unit in Las Vegas Bracket Acquires CLINapps PAREXEL International to Acquire ExecuPharm Cinven to Takeover BioClinica ICON to Takeover Clinical Research Management Pharmaceutical Product Development Acquires Evidera Velocity Fund Partners Acquires Indipharm Bioclinica Snaps Up Compass Research Charles River Laboratories International Takes Over Agilux Laboratories Charles River Laboratories International Snaps Up Blue Stream Laboratories Charles River Laboratories International Acquires WIL Research Pharmaron Announces the Acquisition of Quotient Bioresearch Amulet Capital Partners Acquires SynteractHCR Holdings IMS Health Merges with Quintiles Almac Clinical Technologies Enters into Partnership with inVentiv Health CSSi LifeSciences Unveils Fully Integrated Medical Device CRO Lovelace Biomedical Commences Operations as Preclinical CRO PAREXEL International Inks Services Agreement with Pfizer BioDuro Commences Operations as a Contract Research and Manufacturing Firm Charles River Laboratories International Forms Partnership with BioMotiv Laboratory Corporation of America Acquires Covance Charles River Laboratories International Snaps Up Oncotest Chiltern Acquires Theorem Clinical Research Charles River Laboratories International Takes Over Celsis International Albany Molecular Research Unveils Integrated Drug Discovery Center 6. FOCUS ON SELECT GLOBAL PLAYERS Albany Molecular Research, Inc. (USA) Charles River Laboratories International, Inc. (USA) Chiltern International Ltd. (UK) ICON plc (Ireland) INC Research, LLC (USA) InVentiv Health, Inc. (USA) Jubilant Biosys Ltd. (India) Laboratory Corporation of America® Holdings (USA) PAREXEL International Corp. (USA) Pharmaceutical Product Development, LLC. (USA) Pharmaron (China) PRA Health Sciences, Inc. (USA) Quintiles IMS Holdings, Inc. (USA) Ricerca Biosciences LLC (USA) Sygnature Discovery Limited (UK) SynteractHCR (USA) WuXi AppTec (China) 7. GLOBAL MARKET PERSPECTIVE Table 12: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Contract Research Outsourcing by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan) and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Million for Years 2015 through 2022 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Table 13: World Historic Review for Contract Research Outsourcing by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan) and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Million for Years 2009 through 2014 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Table 14: World 14-Year Perspective for Contract Research Outsourcing by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of Revenues for US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan) and Rest of World Markets for Years 2009, 2017 & 2022 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Table 15: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Contract Research Outsourcing for Drug Discovery by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan) and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Million for Years 2015 through 2022 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Table 16: World Historic Review for Contract Research Outsourcing for Drug Discovery by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan) and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Million for Years 2009 through 2014 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Table 17: World 14-Year Perspective for Contract Research Outsourcing for Drug Discovery by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of Revenues for US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan) and Rest of World Markets for Years 2009, 2017 & 2022 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Table 18: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Contract Research Outsourcing for Preclinical Research by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan) and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Million for Years 2015 through 2022 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Table 19: World Historic Review for Contract Research Outsourcing for Preclinical Research by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan) and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Million for Years 2009 through 2014 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Table 20: World 14-Year Perspective for Contract Research Outsourcing for Preclinical Research by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of Revenues for US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan) and Rest of World Markets for Years 2009, 2017 & 2022 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Table 21: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Contract Research Outsourcing for Clinical Research by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan) and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Million for Years 2015 through 2022 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Table 22: World Historic Review for Contract Research Outsourcing for Clinical Research by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan) and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Million for Years 2009 through 2014 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Table 23: World 14-Year Perspective for Contract Research Outsourcing for Clinical Research by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of Revenues for US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan) and Rest of World Markets for Years 2009, 2017 & 2022 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III. MARKET 1. THE UNITED STATES A.Market Analysis Outlook Drug Developers Rely on CROs to Improve Trial Efficiency and Cost Savings Trial Services Witness Higher Demand Strong Demand for Data Management Services Focus on Innovation and Productivity CROs Focus on Adaptive Clinical Trials Risk-based Monitoring Catches Pace Strategic Corporate Developments Key Players B.Market Analytics Table 24: US Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Contract Research Outsourcing by Service Type - Drug Discovery, Preclinical Research and Clinical Research Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Million for Years 2015 through 2022 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Table 25: US Historic Review for Contract Research Outsourcing by Service Type - Drug Discovery, Preclinical Research and Clinical Research Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Million for Years 2009 through 2014 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Table 26: US 14-Year Perspective for Contract Research Outsourcing by Service Type - Percentage Breakdown of Revenues for Drug Discovery, Preclinical Research and Clinical Research Markets for Years 2009, 2017 & 2022 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) 2. CANADA Market Analysis Table 27: Canadian Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Contract Research Outsourcing by Service Type - Drug Discovery, Preclinical Research and Clinical Research Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Million for Years 2015 through 2022 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Table 28: Canadian Historic Review for Contract Research Outsourcing by Service Type - Drug Discovery, Preclinical Research and Clinical Research Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Million for Years 2009 through 2014 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Table 29: Canadian 14-Year Perspective for Contract Research Outsourcing by Service Type - Percentage Breakdown of Revenues for Drug Discovery, Preclinical Research and Clinical Research Markets for Years 2009, 2017 & 2022 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) 3. JAPAN A.Market Analysis Strategic Corporate Development B.Market Analytics Table 30: Japanese Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Contract Research Outsourcing by Service Type - Drug Discovery, Preclinical Research and Clinical Research Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Million for Years 2015 through 2022 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Table 31: Japanese Historic Review for Contract Research Outsourcing by Service Type - Drug Discovery, Preclinical Research and Clinical Research Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Million for Years 2009 through 2014 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Table 32: Japanese 14-Year Perspective for Contract Research Outsourcing by Service Type - Percentage Breakdown of Revenues for Drug Discovery, Preclinical Research and Clinical Research Markets for Years 2009, 2017 & 2022 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) 4. EUROPE A.Market Analysis Outlook Providers Expand Services in Downstream Drug Development Strategic corporate developments Key Players B.Market Analytics Table 33: European Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Contract Research Outsourcing by Service Type - Drug Discovery, Preclinical Research and Clinical Research Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Million for Years 2015 through 2022 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Table 34: European Historic Review for Contract Research Outsourcing by Service Type - Drug Discovery, Preclinical Research and Clinical Research Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Million for Years 2009 through 2014 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Table 35: European 14-Year Perspective for Contract Research Outsourcing by Service Type - Percentage Breakdown of Revenues for Drug Discovery, Preclinical Research and Clinical Research Markets for Years 2009, 2017 & 2022 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) 5. ASIA-PACIFIC A.Market Analysis Outlook Asia-Pacific to Push up Volume Share in CRO Market R&D Outsourcing in Life Sciences on Rise Focus on Select Regional Markets China Market with Strong Growth Potential India Australia Popular Destination for Early Phase Clinical Trials Cost Savings through Tax Incentives Supportive Regulatory Framework Government Focus on Reducing Cost and Time Superior Clinical Trial Quality Strategic Corporate Development Key Players B.Market Analytics Table 36: Asia-Pacific Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Contract Research Outsourcing by Geographic Region - China, India and Rest of Asia-Pacific Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Million for Years 2015 through 2022 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Table 37: Asia-Pacific Historic Review for Contract Research Outsourcing by Geographic Region - China, India and Rest of Asia-Pacific Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Million for Years 2009 through 2014 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Table 38: Asia-Pacific 14-Year Perspective for Contract Research Outsourcing by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of Revenues for China, India and Rest of Asia-Pacific Markets for Years 2009, 2017 & 2022 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Table 39: Asia-Pacific Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Contract Research Outsourcing by Service Type - Drug Discovery, Preclinical Research and Clinical Research Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Million for Years 2015 through 2022 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Table 40: Asia-Pacific Historic Review for Contract Research Outsourcing by Service Type - Drug Discovery, Preclinical Research and Clinical Research Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Million for Years 2009 through 2014 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Table 41: Asia-Pacific 14-Year Perspective for Contract Research Outsourcing by Service Type - Percentage Breakdown of Revenues for Drug Discovery, Preclinical Research and Clinical Research Markets for Years 2009, 2017 & 2022 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) 6. REST OF WORLD A.Market Analysis Outlook Providers with Specialized Research Techniques to Boost Latin American CRO Market B.Market Analytics Table 42: Rest of World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Contract Research Outsourcing by Service Type - Drug Discovery, Preclinical Research and Clinical Research Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Million for Years 2015 through 2022 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Table 43: Rest of World Historic Review for Contract Research Outsourcing by Service Type - Drug Discovery, Preclinical Research and Clinical Research Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Million for Years 2009 through 2014 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) Table 44: Rest of World 14-Year Perspective for Contract Research Outsourcing by Service Type - Percentage Breakdown of Revenues for Drug Discovery, Preclinical Research and Clinical Research Markets for Years 2009, 2017 & 2022 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) IV. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE Total Companies Profiled: 115 (including Divisions/Subsidiaries - 120) The United States (47) Canada (5) Japan (1) Europe (27) - France (2) - Germany (6) - The United Kingdom (3) - Spain (1) - Rest of Europe (15) Asia-Pacific (Excluding Japan) (35) Latin America (4) Read the full report: http://www.reportlinker.com/p04910444/Global-Contract-Research-Outsourcing-Services.html About Reportlinker ReportLinker is an award-winning market research solution. Reportlinker finds and organizes the latest industry data so you get all the market research you need - instantly, in one place. http://www.reportlinker.com __________________________ Contact Clare: clare@reportlinker.com US: (339)-368-6001 Intl: +1 339-368-6001 To view the original version on PR Newswire, visit:http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/global-contract-research-outsourcing---services-300465052.html


News Article | February 28, 2017
Site: www.businesswire.com

BEIJING--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Pharmaron, a fully integrated contract research organization offering R&D services to the life sciences industry, today announced that it has signed a definitive agreement under which Pharmaron will acquire a majority stake in Shin Nippon Biomedical Laboratories Clinical Pharmacology Center, Inc. (“SNBL CPC”) in Baltimore, Maryland, USA. This clinical center is a leading provider of moderate and highly complex Phase I/II clinical development services for the life sciences sector. Current shareholder Shin Nippon Biomedical Laboratories, Ltd. (SNBL) (TSE:2395) will retain a minority stake in the business following the transaction. SNBL CPC is a full-service clinical CRO located on the campus of the University of Maryland BioPark. Since its inception in 2005, over 200 studies have been completed in the purpose-built, clinical pharmacology unit. Many of these completed clinical studies have been submitted in support of global regulatory filings for drug approval for marketing of both small and large molecules. This strategic acquisition allows Pharmaron to be one-step closer to offering a full spectrum of R&D services. Addition of this capability to the Pharmaron Group naturally complements and expands Pharmaron’s existing drug R&D services, further consolidating the clinical development capabilities, through synergistic integration with recently acquired radiolabelled science capabilities, including Quotient Bioresearch’s clinical metabolism in the UK and Xceleron’s AMS-based 14C-microtracer technology in the USA. Mr. Larry Lou, President and COO of Pharmaron commented: “We are delighted to have SNBL CPC join the Pharmaron Group. This is an important milestone for Pharmaron. Once integrated and further developed, the new clinical platform will fuel the corporate engine for business growth in a sustainable manner. This is another testimony of our determination to fully realize our mission to support our clients’ success in discovery, development and commercialization of important medicines and fulfill our vision to be a global leading organization in the life sciences service industry.” Dr. Ryoichi Nagata, Chairman and CEO of SNBL commented: “The mission of SNBL CPC has been to offer complex and innovative clinical pharmacology services in close proximity to leading university medical centers. Through this transaction, we look forward to seeing future growth of CPC as part of Pharmaron Group.” The financial terms of the transaction are not being disclosed. Teneo Capital served as financial advisor to Pharmaron; O’Melveny & Myers LLP served as Pharmaron’s legal advisor. SC&H Capital served as financial advisor to SNBL; Miles & Stockbridge P.C. served as legal advisor to SNBL. Pharmaron is a private, premier R&D service provider for the life sciences industry. Founded in 2003, Pharmaron has invested in its people and facilities, and established a broad spectrum of R&D service capabilities ranging from synthetic and medicinal chemistry, biology, DMPK, pharmacology, safety assessment, radiochemistry and radiolabelled metabolism, clinical analytical sciences to chemical & pharmaceutical development. With over 4,000 employees, and operations in China, the United States, and the United Kingdom, Pharmaron has an excellent track record in the delivery of R&D solutions to its partners in North America, Europe, Japan and China. www.pharmaron.com SNBL CPC is a clinical pharmacology facility located in the University of Maryland BioPark in Baltimore, Maryland, USA. The state of the art facility and equipment is bolstered by a vibrant research community. SNBL CPC specializes in complex Phase I-II trials, including TQT/Phase 1 QT de-risking, first-In-human (FIH), Japanese Bridging and Phase II Proof of Concept (POC) studies in therapeutics areas including immunology/infectious disease, neurology, respiratory, dermatology and more. SNBL CPC conducts clinical trials from multiple sectors, including biopharmaceutical and biotech industry, academia, and the government. SNBL CPC offers full service support of clinical trials through its in-house resources, expert partners from surrounding universities and practices. Proximity and the agreements that SNBL CPC has developed with the University of Maryland, Baltimore and Johns Hopkins University makes this facility best of its kind.


Rayment E.J.,University of Oxford | Mekareeya A.,University of Oxford | Summerhill N.,Quotient Bioresearch | Summerhill N.,Pfizer | Anderson E.A.,University of Oxford
Journal of the American Chemical Society | Year: 2017

The mechanism of the oxidation of arylsilanes to phenols has been investigated using 19F NMR spectroscopy. The formation of silanols in these reactions results from a rapid background equilibrium between silanol and alkoxysilane; the relative rates of reaction of these species was evaluated by modeling of concentration profiles obtained through 19F NMR spectroscopic reaction monitoring. Combining these results with a study of initial rates of phenol formation, and of substituent electronic effects, a mechanistic picture involving rapid and reversible formation of a pentavalent peroxide ate complex, prior to rate-limiting aryl migration, has evolved. © 2017 American Chemical Society.


Study objectives: To investigate the physical and chemical compatibility of hydromorphone hydrochloride injection with common infusion fluids, materials used in the components of dosing assemblies, and a range of drugs routinely used in palliative care. Methods: Hydromorphone injection exists in strengths of 2 mg/mL, 10 mg/mL, 20 mg/mL and 50 mg/mL. Compatibility studies were undertaken with the highest strength product as the formulations vary only in the drug content and level of sodium chloride. Hydromorphone hydrochloride injection, undiluted and diluted in 0.9% weight in volume sodium chloride, 5% weight in volume dextrose or water for injections (WFI) was stored in a range of syringes, tubings and infusion bags for up to seven days at 4°C and 25°C. Undiluted and diluted hydromorphone hydrochloride injection solutions were also mixed with parenteral formulations of drugs commonly used in palliative care and stored for 24 hours at 25°C. The appearance, pH and active content of the solutions were monitored during storage. Results: Hydromorphone hydrochloride injection was physically and chemically compatible with the infusion fluid diluents and with all the syringes, tubing, and infusion bags tested with the exception of polycarbonate syringes after 24 hours. It was also compatible with the drugs selected for potential co-administration, though certain concentration limitations were evident in the case of cyclizine lactate. Conclusion: Hydromorphone hydrochloride injection is compatible with a range of infusion fluids, dosing assemblies, and drugs regularly used for administration by the parenteral route in palliative care.


Farrell D.J.,Quotient BioResearch | Krause K.M.,Theravance | Benton B.M.,Theravance
Diagnostic Microbiology and Infectious Disease | Year: 2011

The in vitro activity of telavancin was determined for 94 diverse Staphylococcus spp. Telavancin had MIC 90 values of 0.5 μg/mL for methicillin-susceptible, methicillin-resistant, and vancomycin-susceptible Staphylococcus aureus, and coagulase-negative staphylococci isolates. Telavancin MICs were 0.5-1 μg/mL for vancomycin-intermediate S. aureus isolates and 2-4 μg/mL for vancomycin-resistant S. aureus strains. © 2011 Elsevier Inc.


Neville D.,Quotient Bioresearch | Houghton R.,Quotient Bioresearch | Garrett S.,King's College London
Bioanalysis | Year: 2012

Background: Several new products have been marketed with the specific capability of removing phospholipids. These products were evaluated alongside more traditional extraction techniques, using UHPLC and precursor-ion scanning (pre m/z 184), which detects glycerophosphocholines (GPCho), lyso-GPCho and sphingomyelins. Using this technique the plasma GPCho profile of human, dog and rat plasma is briefly compared. Results: Precursor-ion scanning detected more of the phospholipid profile in extracts than a SRM experiment (m/z 184-184). Products designed for the purpose were the most efficient at removing phospholipids and reversed-phase SPE was better than mixed-mode cation exchange. A comparison of different UHPLC columns demonstrated that C 8 or phenyl phases would help manage the elution of GPChos. Conclusion: Phospholipid removal plates are useful where no sample concentration is required; however for more challenging LOD it will be necessary to enrich the original sample. In these cases build-up of phospholipids can be avoided with a thoughtful choice of UHPLC column. © 2012 Future Science Ltd.


Grant
Agency: European Commission | Branch: FP7 | Program: CP-FP | Phase: KBBE-2008-2-4-02 | Award Amount: 4.40M | Year: 2009

Biocides have been in use for hundreds of years for antisepsis, disinfection and preservation. Despite this widespread and ever increasing use most bacterial and fungal species remain susceptible to biocides. The dramatic increase and spread of resistance to antibiotics linked to reports of co- and cross-resistance between antibiotics and biocides raised speculations on potential hazard of biocide use. The overarching question which BIOHYPO is aimed to address is: has the use of biocides contributed to the development and spread of clinically significant antibiotic resistance in human pathogens? Core of BIOHYPO are a high throughput screening approach on collections of thousands of well characterized microorganisms and an interactive web based data analysis platform. Phenotypic screening for reduced susceptibility to biocides, detection of novel resistance genes and mobile elements, and screening for their molecular epidemiology and metagenomics will be accompanied by methodological innovation for testing, risk evaluation and registration of biocides. Altogether BIOHYPO aims to provide solid data and analysis to direct future issuing of guidelines for safe environmental, medical and industrial use of biocides.

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