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A Site to Behold


Easily find exactly what you want on the all-new criver.com this December, featuring a fresh look, improved navigation and search, and comprehensive resource library.

Phenotypic Screening and Target Deconvolution: A Perfect Match


New advances in combining linker and capture technologies with in-depth knowledge of how these are attached to phenotypic molecules of interest, combined with powerful LC-MS techniques such as the Capture Compound Mass Spectrometry (CCMS) technology, enables scientists to better identify target proteins that are responsible for the phenotypic response.

Increased Resources for the Development of Your Respiratory Disease Vaccine


Ferrets (Mustela putorius) and cotton rats (Sigmodon hispidus) are the primary animals used in vaccine development for infectious respiratory diseases such as influenza, RSV and hMPV. The availability of these and other suitable animal models is an essential component in the development and final lot release of many other human and veterinary infectious disease vaccines.

Improved Flexibility in Lyon


Following redevelopment, our Lyon facility now boasts flexible housing for different species within a single building.

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