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Charles River buys Celsis for $212M


The acquisition of Celsis International Ltd. complements Charles River Endotoxin and Microbial Detection’s (EMD) position as a leading provider of rapid endotoxin testing and bacterial identification for biopharmaceutical manufacturing, and creates the most comprehensive solution for rapid quality control testing of biopharmaceutical and consumer products.

Charles River spends $212M to Beef Up its Microbial Testing


Charles River is absorbing Celsis, a Chicago-headquartered company that tests drugs and consumer products for contamination. Celsis works with pharma, beauty companies and the food industry, touting itself as a provider of rapid testing systems that allow clients to quickly get their products onto the market.

Why Charles River Labs spent $212M on a Bacteria Detection Company


Charles River Labs announced Thursday that it had signed an agreement to acquire the bacteria detection company Celsis International Ltd. for $212 million. This acquisition will strengthen the Wilmington company’s market position in testing the safety of drugs and consumer products.

Staying On Top of Microbes: Smarter Testing Technology for Labs of the Future


Foster Jordan, Corporate Senior Vice President of the Endotoxin and Microbial Detection division, discusses the process of detecting, quantifying and identifying microorganisms in products and facilities more rapidly, objectively and efficiently than the traditional method of growing microorganisms in culture media.

Precision Tuning GPCR Pathways


G protein coupled receptors (GPCRs) are essential drug targets for therapeutic intervention due to their integral roles in a plethora of fundamental signal transduction pathways.

Endotoxin and Microbial Testing to Become Portable


Foster Jordan, Corporate Senior Vice President of the Endotoxin and Microbial Detection division speaks with on how bacterial testing is moving from the lab to the manufacturing floor. 

Why Did I Choose Toxicology?


Five toxicologic pathologists offer their perspectives on the benefits and challenges of forging a career in toxicology.

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