<p>New chemicals and pharmaceuticals must be safe for both humans and environments. Necessary knowledge can be generated and evaluated in a manner that considers time as well as economical and ethical factors.</p>
New chemical entities – how do we ensure that they are safe?
Chemicals are ubiquitous in our society, and we are exposed to them via chemical products, food, consumer products, the environment and pharmaceuticals. New chemical entities are being developed continuously, and this requires efficient ways to evaluate and ensure their human and environmental safety.
Tailor-made toxicological evaluations
For every request, we bring our broad competence and extensive experience to the table for an initial evaluation. Together with the client, we generate a plan for which toxicological information that has to be generated and evaluated – how, when and why. We are proficient in the entire process, from planning of synthesis to testing and registration of new chemical entities.
In silico, in vitro, in vivo, bioanalysis
Regardless of whether a chemical entity is to be used as a pharmaceutical or pesticide, or whether it’s to be used within a specific industry, we can provide several tools for toxicological evaluation. These tools can be utilized for studying the toxicological properties and evaluating possible risks during manufacturing as well as during and after use of the final product.