Partnership to speed up cell therapy delivery

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Autolomous and BioCentriq have collaborated to digitise and accelerate process development and manufacturing activities for cell therapy.

Autolomous’ software platform is designed to materially affect the cell and gene therapy sector. BioCentriq will leverage the autoloMATE platform to streamline its process development operations and enhance client experience.

This partnership aims to ultimately accelerate batch delivery, ensuring patients have faster access to cell therapies.

David Smith, Vice President of Development at BioCentriq, said: “By streamlining data exchange throughout the development and manufacturing processes, we will be able to enhance operational efficiency and flexibility, de-risk timelines and ultimately deliver life-changing therapies to patients more quickly.”

Alexander Seyf, CEO and Co-founder of Autolomous, said: “The distinct capabilities of our platform are meticulously engineered to navigate and surmount the intricacies of cell and gene therapy development and production. Through our partnership, we are poised to accelerate towards a future where life-saving therapies are within reach of every patient in need, marking a significant leap forward in healthcare innovation.”

Megan Thomas, Multimedia Editor, DDW

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