3D Tissue Models

William B. Mattes

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How productive your programs would be if you had access to high quality genomics services when you needed them? or

If you could instantly access the highest quality genomic reference data for the diseases and samples you are most interested in? or

If your laboratory processes were more efficiently managed with LIMS designed specifically for your work flow?

Our vision is to provide the solutions you need and become the number one genomics outsourcing company in the world. Gene Logic (An Ocimum Biosolutions Company) provides these quality services to you through our facilities in USA, Europe and India. Pharmaceutical, Biotechnology and diagnostic companies, as well as government and academic institutions worldwide utilize our comprehensive genomic databases and service resources to enable better understanding of underlying mechanisms of diseases, discovery and prioritization of gene targets and biomarkers.

We are a preferred outsourcing partner for providing integrated genomic and biorepository services for several global pharmaceutical companies. Our global infrastructure, standardized procedures, capacity, expertise and highly skilled staff support drug development programs from pre-clinical target development and toxicogenomic assessment to clinical biomarker identification and patient stratification. We have developed stringent quality control parameters and are working closely with the FDA to help evaluate the best metrics for submission using genomic technology. Both the FDA and EPA use our databases as their reference guides.

We welcome the opportunity to provide our service and expertise to you.

Name:William B. Mattes

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