CDMOs driving drug conjugate innovation, says ADC Bio

ADC Bio has completed construction of a cleanroom in Wales, part of an $11 million bioconjugation facility set to serve the robust demand for antibody-drug conjugate (ADC) services.

The completion of the clean room forms part of the original secured investment for the construction of an $11 million (€9.8 million) bioconjugation facility at ADC Bio’s new site in Deeside, North Wales, UK.

“Production is scheduled to commence once the entire bioconjugation facility has received it GMP accreditation from the MHRA, although the associated development laboratory is already in full operation,” Charlie Johnson, CEO at ADC Bio, told Bioprocess Insider.

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