InDevR will be represented at the ESACT 2017 meeting, May 14-17 in Lausanne, with posters for the Cypher One and VaxArray Influenza product lines. Furthermore, I&L Biosystems will be representing InDevR’s products at their booth.
BOULDER, Colo.–InDevR, Inc., an innovative life science company dedicated to improving biopharmaceutical and vaccine manufacturing, is pleased to announce an exclusive sales, marketing and customer support relationship with I&L Biosystems GmbH and its subsidiaries. The distribution agreement includes sales and support for the Cypher One™ and soon to launch VaxArray™ product lines throughout Western Europe.
InDevR manufactures and sells Cypher One™, an automated hemagglutination analyzer used by biopharmaceutical vaccine manufacturers and veterinary diagnostic labs. The Cypher One™ system automates and standardizes HA and HAI analysis and provides a digital, traceable record to enhance data quality and reliability. InDevR is also developing a comprehensive vaccine potency platform called VaxArray™. When fully launched, the VaxArray™ platform will measure both hemagglutinin and neuraminidase content of both seasonal and pandemic influenza. VaxArray™ will enable biopharmaceutical manufacturers the ability to generate consistent potency data throughout upstream and downstream testing and enhance process recovery applications. InDevR’s products support vaccine developers and manufactures by providing faster turnaround times and improved results at an affordable price. More information can be found at: https://indevr.com/products
I&L Biosystems, a European sales and marketing leader, was founded in 1991 and has been growing ever since. With a focus on sales and distribution of high-quality laboratory equipment to customers and researchers in the field of microbiology, cell biology, biotechnology and process control, I&L Biosystems have established themselves as a proven leader. I&L Biosystems is located in Germany and expands its coverage of western European countries through subsidiaries located in the Netherlands, France and UK. I&L Biosystems’ mission complements InDevR’s unique product lines as both are focused on modernizing the field of life science with respect to vaccine development and production.
“I&L Biosystems brings unparalleled knowledge and expertise to our current and future customers. They offer in-country support with a team of native language speakers that really understand the challenges, successes and trends our European customers experience on a day to day basis,” said Dawn Bitz, Chief Commercial Officer of InDevR. “We are excited to reestablish this relationship with a trusted partner.”
“Our long-lasting relationship with InDevR is based on trust, scientific exchange and a fundamental connection. The combination of InDevR’s knowledge and I&L Biosystems’ experience in the European market is grounded in past successes. Now we are proud to introduce InDevR’s newest technologies into Europe with the confidence that InDevR instruments will be an incredible benefit to our customers,” said Dr. Sandra Balkow, Scientific Sales Director of I&L Biosystems GmbH.
InDevR has a demonstrated commitment to innovative solutions for the life science industry. With a focus on enhancing vaccines and other biotherapeutics, InDevR has emerged as a leader in progressive analytical technologies which has enable accelerated development and manufacturing of their life-saving products. For more information about the company and products, please visit www.indevr.com or call 303-402-9100.
About I&L Biosystems
I&L Biosystems GmbH and its subsidiaries offer high-tech Life Science products throughout all of Europe. They not only build long lasting partnerships with established suppliers around the world but also continuously integrate new technologies into their portfolio. They offer both evidence based scientific consulting as well as professional technical services, which allows them to provide their customers with the best possible support from initial contact throughout installation and beyond. For further information please visit http://www.il-group.eu
The new 3.1 software version provides users with many enhanced features that build upon the usefulness of the existing platform. Next generation software includes an improved interface with a new startup screen and other features making the system more user friendly. Increased plate flexibility has also been integrated giving the user the ability to toggle between horizontal and vertical sample use orientations as well as additional exported analytical data to enable tracking and trending of quality control metrics. Finally, with data integrity needs on the rise, the entire system enables compliance with 21CFR Part 11 and Annex 11 guidance.
Overall the Cypher One™ system simplifies analysis of HA and HAI assays, provides enhanced data integrity and reduces risk by providing interpretation consistency and standardization to minimize human errors. The Cypher One™ is used by leaders in the field of human and veterinary flu vaccine manufacturing, contract research organizations, academic institutions, veterinary diagnostic labs, and government entities.
The launch of the next generation 3.1 software expands the benefits of the Cypher One™ instrument and provides an opportunity to continue standardization and data record creation of hemagglutination analysis in serology and virology testing,” says Dawn Bitz, Chief Commercial Officer at InDevR. “With this launch, we continue our dedication to improving influenza vaccine manufacturing by developing innovative, analytical tools that provide superior results.”
Hemagglutination assays are widely used in serology and virology, with applications ranging from blood typing to vaccine efficacy. Currently, hemagglutination assays rely on subjective, manual interpretation, which can lead to significant variations in the measurement between technicians and laboratories. There are a number of industrial and government groups calling for improved standardization in vaccine characterization, e.g., Global Health Network’s CONSISE (https://consise.tghn.org/). In response to these initiatives, InDevR developed an optical analyzer with proprietary software to automate and standardize results interpretation.
Development of the Cypher One system was funded in part by a National Institutes of Health 2-year Phase 1 Small Business Innovation Research grant sponsored by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (R43 AI106054).
For more information about the Cypher One system, click here.
InDevR has a demonstrated commitment to innovative solutions for the life science industry. With focus on enhancing vaccines and other biotherapeutics, InDevR has emerged as a leader in progressive new analytical technologies that enable accelerated development and manufacturing of these life-saving products. For more information about the company and products, please visit www.indevr.com or call 303-402-9100.
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InDevR participated in the recent ISIRV Options IX Conference. In addition to the exhibiting, InDevR scientists presented a number of posters on the FluChip-8G, VaxArray Influenza and Cypher One products.
InDevR leads way at IQ Innovation Awards with two victories
BOULDER — Life science company InDevR cleaned up at the 15th edition of BizWest’s Innovation Quotient Awards, taking home the awards for Innovative Company of the Year and the people’s choice award for Innovation of the Year.
The IQ Awards were held at the Boulder Theater, and featured 21 innovative companies from the Boulder Valley pitching in seven different products and services categories. In addition to a winner in each category, judges also handed out three special awards including Incubator/Accelerator of the Year, Innovator of the Year, and Innovative Company of the Year.
Boulder-based InDevR creates analytical technologies, including instrumentation and assays for the analysis of viruses that accelerate development and manufacturing of life-saving products.
While InDevR was beaten out in the bioscience category during the pitch portion of the competition by JustRight Surgical, the company beat out a group of companies that included JumpCloud and MinuteKey for Innovative Company of the Year. InDevR also got the most votes text messaged in from the crowd to take home Innovation of the Year.
The full list of award winners on Wednesday included:
Innovative Company of the Year: InDevR. The company creates analytical technologies for the life-sciences industry that enable the accelerated development of life-saving products that enhance diagnostics, vaccines and other bio-therapeutics. Other finalists: JumpCloud, MinuteKey.
Incubator/Accelerator of the Year: Unreasonable Institute. The institute unites entrepreneurs with mentors, funders and partners in specialized global educational institutes ranging from five days to five weeks and created to scale solutions to the world’s biggest problems such as poverty, social justice and lack of education. Labs and workshops focus on business validation and investment preparedness to take a business to a new level of growth. Other finalists: Boomtown, Galvanize.
Innovator of the Year: Dale Katechis. The founder of Oskar Blues Brewery in 41 states, Oskar Blues Original Grill & Brew, REEB Cycles, Hops & Heifers Farm and the REEB Ranch, Katechis is largely credited with being the first craft brewer to sell canned beer in the United States. Oskar Blues also has led the industry in developing a resealable beer bottle and selling its beers in larger cans. Other finalists: Bruce Borowsky and Zach Daudert, Boulder Digital Arts; Christopher Peterson and Phillip Villella, LogRhythm.
Innovation of the Year: InDevR.
PRODUCTS AND SERVICES CATEGORIES
Bioscience: JustRight Surgical. The company develops right-sized surgical devices that access confined spaces and operate effectively on delicate tissue bundles and fine structures, allowing smaller incisions and better visibility. Other finalists: InDevR, Encision.
Business: BlackSquare Technologies. The company has designed, engineered, built and now markets a patented, real time, hardware encryption and key management IT security device called Enigma. Other finalists: BluFlux, Atomic20.
Consumer: TECHtionary. The company offers BiEyes, an iPhone/iPad photo app that allows pictures to be taken with both cameras at the same time called SNAP or POSE. The user takes one pic and then another, and can see them in various image formats and save or share them in multiple media. Other finalists: Soundwall, Lunchbox Electronics.
Green Business: Clean Energy Collective. A solar tech startup in 2009, the Louisville-based collective has grown to become a leading developer of roofless community solar solutions. CEC pioneered the model of delivering clean-power generation through medium-scale solar photovoltaic facilities accessible to all utility customers. Other finalists: Sustainable Power Systems, Black Swift Technologies.
Internet/Web: Earthvisionz. The company creates enterprise-level, location aware, visual data-management systems that help make smarter and faster decisions, providing unlimited data, including live feeds, overlaid onto specific geographic locations. Other finalists: Conspire, FlipTask.
Social Media/Mobile Apps: Makeena. A shopping “ecosystem” helps healthy and sustainable brands reach shoppers, and shoppers discover brands and products that meet their lifestyle preferences or dietary needs at any retailer for an affordable price. Makeena is sometimes described as “Waze meets Yelp meets eBates” for the natural products industry. Other finalists: Lassy Project, SQFT.
Software: VictorOps. A real-time incident-management platform that helps DevOps pros handle incidents as they occur. The platform, called Transmogrifier, allows on-call engineers to have the solution embedded into every IT problem that comes their way. Software and sites can be kept running to begin solving problems immediately and reduce “alert fatigue” that often comes with being on call in IT. Other finalists: Knowledge Factor, Quick Left.
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