Precision’s specialty in vitro and ex vivo assays achieve a variety of research, safety, efficacy, and biomarker objectives. Meticulous sample handling and sophisticated global logistics are fundamental for achieving high-quality, accurate study results. Our services include research and clinical trial support, backed by our repository, cell biology, sample processing, and molecular capabilities—all with industry-leading quality systems, including GxP, ISO 9001, ISO 13485, College of American Pathology (CAP), and Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA).
Advanced Custom Assays
We build our custom cell-based assays using cell lines or primary cells (both normal and patient-derived). We also deliver novel ligand-binding assay approaches for greater ease of validation and scalability. Our assays are run routinely to support preclinical and clinical studies.
Global Biorepositories and Biobanking
Precision manages 25 million + biospecimens—with samples from over 100 active clinical trials on 6 continents. We house samples in LN 2 , at -80; -20; +4ºC; and ambient temperature—all conditions that are replicated in our biorepositories worldwide to ensure accurate, consistent research results.
Consistent Specimen Collection
With real-time sample processing occurring in over 50 countries on 6 continents, we are able to manage the sample from draw to assay, streamlining handling and ensuring sample preservation, integrity, and consistency.
Clinical Immune Monitoring
Our comprehensive assessment of immune status and function informs preclinical and clinical trials and post-market surveillance. Our technology platforms include flow cytometry, ELISpot, Nanostring, and multiplexed cytokine assessments that can be implemented consistently at scale.
Bioanalytical Services for Large Molecules
Our renowned scientific leadership helped establish the basis of FDA and EMA guidance in immunogenicity. Our passions include assays for PEGylated proteins, ADCs, bispecifics, gene therapies, CAR-T’s novel techniques such as drug-specific IgE assays, and assessments of complement activation.