Infectious Disease CRO Services

KCAS can help by monitoring the status of the immune system both during and after infection in order to understand the infection/recovery pathway, evaluate relapse factors versus true recovery, and the mechanism of cytokine response. KCAS stands ready to perform flow cytometric immunophenotyping, cytokine profiling in vitro and in vivo, as well as retrospective studies. KCAS has experience with whole blood, fresh, frozen or fixed PBMCs, lymphoid tissue, respiratory samples, serum, and plasma.

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The enduring value of infectious disease expertise

It’s important to choose a team that has the right kind of therapeutic experience for your infectious disease and vaccine solutions testing. In a post-covid world, there have been a number of CRO’s popping up who claim to be specialists in the vaccine space, but very few have the broad range of expertise in infectious disease and vaccine development to develop a successful program. KCAS has a wide array of platforms and techniques we can apply to your project.

Infectious disease research, by leading scientists

Infectious diseases represent their own set of challenges. Because of their nature, there are challenges with the collection, storage, and shipping of samples used for the studies - especially when conducting multi-site studies. At KCAS, we leverage our understanding of the regulatory guidelines to help make sure that the samples and experiments are controlled the right way to ensure accuracy and precision.

We employ rigorous quality practices that go beyond our competition. Processes are continuously improved to ensure we consistently deliver a complete outsourcing experience to clients.

KCAS Bio provides high quality science and data services that have benefits for the entire drug development journey.

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We prepare and adapt our infectious diseases research services based on a deep understanding of your drug development ambitions and wider business objectives.

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Immunogenicity: A Comparative Analysis of Assessment Methods Blogs
Read article Immunogenicity: A Comparative Analysis of Assessment Methods

Immunogenicity refers to the ability of a substance, such as an antigen or a vaccine, to provoke an immune response in an organism. The recognition of the substance as foreign triggers an immune response, which involves the production of antibodies and the activation of immune cells to fight against or…

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