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ADC Animal Study Flyer
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Poster Title: ADC Animal Study Flyer
Submitted on 28 Dec 2020
Author(s): Creative Biolabs
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This poster was presented at https://www.creative-biolabs.com/resource/adc/pdf/com/flyers/ADC-Animal-Study-Flyer-Creative-Biolabs.pdf
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Abstract: However, these studies usually involve the compliance of sophisticated regulations and can only be conducted by certifi-cated institutes, which could be an impediment for smaller companies. Oftentimes, drug candidates with promising results from in vitro and cell-based experiments suffer from unexpected failure in animal models. Thus, for
early-stage drug development, it is always advisable to “fail fast and fail cheap”.
Summary: Pharmacological studies in various animal models play a crucial role in early-stage ADC development, and afford predictions of therapeutic and safety parameters for subsequent human trials. References: https://www.creative-biolabs.com/resource/adc/pdf/com/flyers/ADC-Animal-Study-Flyer-Creative-Biolabs.pdfReport abuse »
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