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28-Jul2017

Syngene International expands ongoing research collaboration with Amgen

Syngene International has expanded its ongoing research collaboration with Amgen Inc. As a result, Syngene will expand the Syngene Amgen Research & Development Center (SARC) in terms of size and scope of its operations. The expansion of SARC will be customized to meet Amgen's functional requirements and will include a range of environment-friendly features that will enable optimal utilization of the laboratory space.

With the expansion, the floor space of SARC will double to 50,000 square feet. A team of up to 185 multi-disciplinary Syngene scientists will work at SARC in the areas of medicinal and process chemistry, biologics, bioprocess development, drug metabolism, pharmacokinetics, bioanalytical research and pharmaceutical development.

Syngene International is India's largest Contract Research Organization providing integrated discovery and development services for novel molecules across multiple platforms including small molecules, large molecules, Antibody-Drug Conjugates and Oligonucleotides.



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