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Avance Biosciences Expanding Houston Campus in Support of Cell and Gene Therapy Drug Development

first_img Pinterest WhatsApp Previous articleTekce décrit comment Wealth Amnesty crée un important flux de capitaux étrangers en TurquieNext articleSokal Signs Burnworth-Zollars (BZ) Auto Group Digital AIM Web Support Facebook Avance Biosciences Expanding Houston Campus in Support of Cell and Gene Therapy Drug Development TAGS  Local NewsBusiness WhatsAppcenter_img Twitter Pinterest Facebook Twitter HOUSTON, Feb. 16, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Avance Biosciences, a leading CRO providing GLP/GMP-compliant assay development, assay validation, and sample testing services supporting biological drug development and manufacturing, announced today that its Houston facility, which successfully passed an inspection by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in Oct 2018, is undergoing major expansion to handle rapidly growing demand for their services. The new facility, expected to be completed by Q3 2021, is located adjacent to the current facility and will expand the Houston campus by an additional 5,500 square feet. The new facility will be devoted to cell-based assay services and enable Avance to better address the specific needs of their GMP clients. Additionally, Avance is expanding their mammalian cell culture related assay capabilities including: mycoplasma testing, adventitious agents testing, sterility, potency, and others. As a provider of genomics and biological testing services, Avance Biosciences offers a broad range of molecular biology and microbiology assays in compliance with current Good Manufacturing Practices (21 CFR Parts 210 & 211) and Good Laboratory Practices (21 CFR Part 58) to support its clients’ regulatory submissions. Avance’s CEO, Dr. Xuening Huang commented, “We take a partnership approach with our clients and that means an extended relationship; from discovery to development to clinical testing and on to manufacturing. Our most recent expansions will ensure that we can keep pace with our customer’s increased needs when ramping up development and manufacturing activities. Our primary goals are to deliver world-class service and complete customer satisfaction.” Avance’s Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Cal Froberg commented, “It’s clear there is tremendous growth in the development of cell and gene therapies and we’re proactively managing resources to handle increased market demand for related support services. The industry is expanding rapidly and Avance is positioned well to address the specific needs of these customers.” This most recent expansion comes on the heels of another 7,500 square foot expansion completed in 2020 which has significantly increased Avance’s NGS and ddPCR capabilities. This facility has been pivotal in addressing gene therapy development support needs such as: edited gene testing, gene integration assays, and DNA/RNA biodistribution studies. Recently, Avance Biosciences was recognized as a top 10 Genomics Solutions Company for 2020. Current and future expansion plans will serve to solidify this position among the premier providers in this space. About Avance Biosciences Avance offers cGMP/GLP compliant genomics biological testing services in support of drug development and manufacturing. Its leading scientists have designed, validated, and tested thousands of assays under cGMP/GLP regulations for the FDA, EPA, and European and Japanese regulatory agencies. Avance’s team has extensive knowledge and experience working with scientists, QA/QC professionals and project managers from over 100 pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies and organizations throughout the world. Contact Xuening Huang [email protected] 877-909-5210 9770 West Little York Road Houston, TX 77040 USA View original content to download multimedia: http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/avance-biosciences-expanding-houston-campus-in-support-of-cell-and-gene-therapy-drug-development-301226865.html SOURCE Avance Biosciences By Digital AIM Web Support – February 16, 2021 last_img read more

Trojans look toward NCAA championship

first_imgThe Trojans distanced themselves from the field on the last day, finishing 4-under-par on the final day and finishing with a total score of 11-under-par 841.  Oregon finished in second place at 842 while Kent State, Virginia and TCU rounded out the top-five.Kang led the Trojans throughout the tournament and earned another top-12 finish, finishing in 10th place with a final score of 4-under-par 209.Lim (72-70-69) and freshman Anthony Paolucci (67-69-75) tied for 13th at 2-under-par 211. Lim had three birdies in the final round and an eagle at 11th hole. Paolucci’s finished in the top 17, his fifth top finish this season. Smith, meanwhile, had five birdies, including three during a 2-under-par on the back 9. Junior Martin Trainer hit three birdies in the final round and finished in 35th place.“It feels great to play well in such a critical week,” USC coach Chris Zambri said in a statement. “Everyone contributed and now we need to find ways to improve and be sharp for [the Rivera Country Club].”In his sixth seasons at USC, Zambri has led the Trojans into the NCAA finals four times.USC is now eyeing the NCAA final next week. The championship, hosted by the Trojans, starts May 29 and continues until June 3 and will be held at the Riviera Country Club in Pacific Palisades, Calif. The Trojans are looking for their first national title in program history. The No. 5 USC men’s golf team advances to the NCAA final after winning the NCAA Ann Arbor Regional Saturday. The win was the Trojans’ second this season. It also marked the eighth top-4 finish during the 2011-2012 season.The Trojans were led by the success of sophomore Jeffrey Kang who recorded his second consecutive score of 67. Senior Steve Lim and junior Sam Smith both logged 69, pushing USC into the NCAA championship.On par · Sophomore Jeffrey Kang (above) helped lead the Trojans past Oregon to finish in first place at the NCAA Ann Arbor Regional. USC will compete next at the NCAA Finals, which begin May 29. – Photo courtesy of Sports Informationlast_img read more

French Open 2019: Roger Federer sets up mouthwatering semi vs. Rafael Nadal by ousting Stan Wawrinka

first_imgIn the process, the world No. 3 became the oldest man to reach the last four in Paris in the Open era since Pancho Gonzales did it at 40 in 1968.Wawrinka, who spent five hours on court in a dramatic win over Stefanos Tsitsipas last time out, beat Federer at this stage en route to claiming the title in 2015, but he could not repeat the feat as his best Grand Slam display since returning from a pair of left knee operations 22 months ago ended. Related News FIRST SERVE PERCENTAGEFederer – 63Wawrinka – 66PERCENTAGE OF POINTS WON ON FIRST/SECOND SERVEFederer – 77/58Wawrinka – 71/46TOTAL POINTSFederer – 168Wawrinka – 152 French Open 2019: Novak Djokovic reaches quarterfinals for 10th straight year The three-time major winner became the first player at Roland Garros this year to take a set off Federer, the 37-year-old converting just two of the 18 break points that came his way.However, Federer, who came back from a break down in the third set, comfortably finished off the job after a delay of over an hour due to a storm when it was 3-3 in the fourth.Roger Returns @rogerfederer reaches his first Roland-Garros semi-final since 2012 in a gritty 7-6(4) 4-6 7-6(5) 6-4 victory over Stan Wawrinka.https://t.co/yYB43UaItT #RG19 pic.twitter.com/UoRXYtG2jq— Roland-Garros (@rolandgarros) June 4, 2019Wawrinka avoided starting with a drop of serve when Federer missed with a forehand and the 20-time major winner, who came out on top in a sensational 26-shot rally in game five, had seen four opportunities go begging by the time the match reached 4-3 and remained on serve.The 2015 champion hit a pair of clean winners as he came under less pressure in his next service game and a seemingly inevitable tie-break was decided when Federer closed out after his opponent found the net with a backhand.The third seed once more missed an opening to take back-to-back games at the start of the second set, and Wawrinka punished him by breaking in the next with a sweeping cross-court forehand into the corner.Wawrinka then staved off a pair of break points to consolidate, though he required four chances to finally restore parity.Federer pegged the world No. 28 straight back after somehow failing to get a backhand slice from the forecourt across, only for a pair of misses to see him fail to take the third set.The 2009 champion saved two break points ahead of a second tie-break and, after he edged ahead with a sensational backhand volley to block Wawrinka’s attempt to pass him down the line, there was no looking back.Federer failed to convert another five break points before gloom and rain led to the covers coming out, but he pounced on Wawrinka’s second serve to move one game away from the victory.A stunning passing shot from Wawrinka canceled out the first match point and Federer double faulted on his second, but the third time proved the charm with a volley at the net. STATISTICAL BREAKDOWNRoger Federer [3] bt Stan Wawrinka [24] 7-6 (7-4) 4-6 7-6 (7-5) 6-4WINNERS/UNFORCED ERRORSFederer – 53/49Wawrinka – 54/61ACES/DOUBLE FAULTSFederer – 5/2Wawrinka – 8/7BREAK POINTS WONFederer – 2/18Wawrinka – 2/5center_img Roger Federer continued his impressive French Open return by overcoming resilient Swiss counterpart Stan Wawrinka, 7-6 (7-4), 4-6, 7-6 (7-5), 6-4, in a thoroughly entertaining quarterfinal Tuesday.In a battle between close friends who displayed incredible shot-making throughout, it was Federer, at 37 making his first appearance at Roland Garros since 2015, who won the rain-interrupted encounter to set up a mouthwatering semifinal against longtime rival and 11-time French Open champion Rafael Nadal. French Open 2019: Sloane Stephens blown out as Johanna Konta surges into semifinalslast_img read more