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Goodwin Biotechnology and Coldstream Laboratories Announce a Collaboration to Develop and Manufacture Cytotoxic Antibody Drug Conjugates
Date:4/25/2013

nd enable formulation and analytical development on toxic substances. Through the use of these high containment isolators, our scientists create and maintain a controlled sterile envelope that enables us to safely process potent drug classes including cytotoxic antibody drug conjugates, cytotoxins, steroids, hormones and acutely toxic substances. Coldstream's scope of services ranges from proof-of-concept through to commercial manufacturing.

About Goodwin Biotechnology, Inc.
Goodwin Biotechnology is a world-class CMO that offers fully integrated, development and cGMP contract manufacturing of monoclonal antibodies, recombinant proteins, vaccines and Antibody Drug Conjugates (ADCs). By working with GBI, our clients can enhance the value of their product candidates with clear development and manufacturing strategies as well as a road map to meet the highest quality product requirements from the milligram and gram range to kilogram quantities as the product candidates move along the clinical approval pathway in a cost-effective, timely and cGMP compliant manner to enhance patients' lives. With over 20 years of experience as an independent contract manufacturer, GBI has worked as a strategic partner with companies of all sizes from small university spin-offs to major research institutes, government agencies and large, established and multinational biopharmaceutical companies.

For more information on antibody drug conjugation and other bioconjugation projects, please contact Goodwin Biotechnology:
Robin McCallum
Business Development Manager
(954) 327-9656
RMcCallum@GoodwinBio.com

For more information on high containment, as well as lyophilization and Fill & Finish capabilities, please contact Coldstream Laboratories:
Christopher Verbicky , PhD, MBA
Director Business Deve
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