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DSM and Crucell Sign Agreement with Bioceros to Serve as Pre-Approved Cell Line Generation Partner of PER.C6(R) Cell Line Proteins
Date:2/10/2009

R) human cell line and DSM's proprietary XD(TM) technology, a record yield of over 27 grams per liter in the production of IgG antibodies has been achieved.

Other terms of the agreement were not disclosed.

PER.C6(R) technology

Crucell's PER.C6(R) technology platform has been developed for the large-scale manufacture of biopharmaceutical products such as recombinant proteins including monoclonal antibodies. Compared to conventional production technologies, the strengths of PER.C6(R) technology lie in its excellent safety profile, scalability and productivity under serum-free culture conditions.

XD(TM) technology

DSM's XD(TM) technology has been developed as a proprietary system to drive yield improvements in mammalian systems. "XD" stands for extreme density, as the process is able to push the cell density within the bioreactor to maximum productivity.

Bioceros B.V.

Bioceros is a biotech company focusing on pre-clinical development of protein products, with an emphasis on monoclonal antibodies. Bioceros has a technology platform, consisting of generation of high protein producing mammalian cell lines, process development and pre-clinical manufacturing at 20L scale in disposable bioreactors. This is all Quality Controlled, using state of the art serum-free culture media, such that the generated cell lines can be used for GMP manufacturing. In addition, Bioceros has vast experience in pre-clinical development of monoclonal antibodies, including proof of concept and toxicology studies in animals. Bioceros uses this technology platform to offer services to the industry and academia, and to develop its own pipeline of monoclonal antibody products.

Bioceros is located in Utrecht, the Netherlands. For more information, please visit www.bioceros.com.


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