White Paper

Fit-for-Purpose Biomarker Development

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During a drug discovery and development process, a drug candidate is initially characterized in a preclinical setting to attest to its performance characteristics with anticipation that these characteristics will both confirm the engagement of a molecule with a pathophysiologically relevant molecular target and subsequently inform the potential efficacy and safety of the product once a candidate molecule is introduced into clinical development. Target engagement biomarkers, present early within a pathophysiological cascade, are different than disease-related biomarkers that ultimately might be linked to clinical benefit.

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Chief Scientific Officer, Large Molecule Bioanalysis
Chief Medical and Scientific Officer

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