During drug development, there are many challenges to overcome. We help bridge the gap between your large molecule ongoing projects and your goals!
Our role as a bioanalytical service partner is to facilitate your work and speed up your drug development process. Our GCP and GLP-compliant laboratory delivers bioanalytical collaborative excellence in every project!
Our focus is on large molecules with ligand binding assays and cell-based assays, and we have experience with antibody and peptide-based drugs, new modalities, and gene and vector-based therapies.
Our strategic location in the busy Scandinavian life science cluster means an abundance of potential collaboration partners surrounds us, and you can feel assured that we can provide you with a complete CRO offering.
Bioanalysis is a critical tool during the process of drug discovery. Development and assays are continuously being developed to support the various stages and requirements. We offer assay development, validation, and samples analysis within the following Bioanalytical Service Solutions.
Detection and confirmation of ADAs and NAbs
Expertise in bioanalysis of large molecules
Assessment and characterization of biologic safety of large molecules
Over 250 immunology markers at your service
Determinate the functional activity of your drug molecule
Optimize your study's assay strategy and improve submission success
We put great emphasize on keeping up with the industry shifts and trends as a part of upholding premium scientific solutions. This involves constantly engaging in our Bioanalytical Focus areas.
We have experience in various disease and treatment areas including Oncology, Autoimmunity, Endocrine disorders and Neurology with various type of treatments such as; Antibody therapeutic and Immuno-Oncology, Cell and Gene Therapy and drugs based on small and large peptides. We have worked with drugs used in large treatment indications, pediatric indications, Biosimilars and with Orphan drugs.
Our mission is understanding how new assay and technology innovations, within each of these areas, can optimize and accelerate our sponsors work and deliver that expertise knowledge into the project we take on.
The complexity and scope of gene therapy may give you multiple considerations for your assay strategies.
We have the experience and knowledge to help you navigate this complex area.
The diversity and inherent power of the immune system has paved the way for new types of cancer therapies. We can help with determining assay strategies, getting non-invasive analytical tools and establishing which technologies should be used.
It is paramount for a biosimilar to show comparability to its originator product - not only to ensure safety and efficacy, but also to allow for exchangeability. We help with assay strategy design as wells as with development of customized methods if no off-the-shelf solutions are available.
Recent advancements in drug development technologies have fueled the pursuit of new peptide drugs. We have a deep understanding for the requirements of assay strategies for peptides, and can assist with immunogenicity risk assessment and assay strategies.
An orphan drug is a pharmaceutical used to treat conditions so rare, that they are profitable without government assistance. Orphan designation qualifies for various development incentives and we can assist with risk assessment and assay strategies within relevant service fields.
With our long track record and extensive knowledge within the bioanalytical field we can help improve the basis for decision making and strengthening the position towards regulatory authorities for our sponsors.
Svars' Bioanalytical Services meets the GLP (Good Laboratory Practice) requirements set by the OECD.
GLP is a quality assurance system that covers the organizational process and the relations that prevail when non-clinical safety studies on humans and the environment are planned, carried out, supervised, and reported.
We are listed in the OECD Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) Compliance Monitoring Programme with inspections performed by Swedish Board for Accreditation and Conformity Assessment (Swedac) as the only inspecting GLP authority in Sweden.
The Principles of GLP is also used for documentation and accountability of method validation and sample analysis under Good Clinical Practice (GCP).