Manufacturing test materials under GMP guidelines demands extensive training, experience, and an understanding of where on a molecule a label should be introduced in order to track metabolism or expected breakdown of a molecule. EAG Laboratories’ staff of talented, Ph.D.-level synthetic chemists are known for their ability to introduce radioactive and stable isotope labels at positions optimal for supporting human clinical trials, as well as preclinical and GLP non-clinical studies.
We support the full range of human and animal ADME, bioanalytical and analytical studies with cGMP as well as research-grade and GLP-certified materials–including APIs, reference materials, intermediates and other standards used for impurity and metabolite identification. Our broad capabilities complement in-house drug metabolism, impurity ID and environmental assessment expertise under GLP certification, and expert Program Managers streamline communication through the duration of your development program. Let us show you how to expedite the path to your next development milestone using expertly radiolabeled compounds.
Few contract research laboratories maintain the rigorous cGMP-compliant environment required to produce certified radiolabeled APIs suitable for human clinical trials. EAG maintains four Class 10,000 cGMP Synthesis suites, a dedicated Quality Assurance staff and a group of analytical chemists with years of experience supporting labeled isotope studies. This unique capability complements in-house drug metabolism and impurity ID expertise and streamlines project management.
Custom Synthesis & GMP Radiolabeling Clinical Support
EAG possesses deep experience with all types of chemistries: Lithiation, Grignard, epoxidation, nitration, metal catalysis–as well as chiral separation and asymmetric synthesis and all types of compounds, including carbohydrates, amino acids, peptides and steroids.
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