November 2014

Chairman’s Statement   Summary of Results in the year ended 30 June 2014   The turnover of the Company increased by 12% to £267,903 (2013: £240,000). The operating loss reduced by 15% to £465,265 (2013: £548,342). On 30 June 2014 the surplus of shareholders’ funds was £136,487 (2013: £255,821). This year, Physiomics has made good progress advancing Virtual Tumour Clinical and has broadened its offering into the personalised medicine...

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Physiomics plc (AIM: PYC), the Oxford, UK based systems biology company, is delighted to announce that Merck & Co., a top 5 pharmaceutical company, has disclosed that it is a customer of Physiomics.   Merck & Co. published a paper in CPT: Pharmacometrics and Systems Biology (part of Nature Group) in which Virtual Tumour was specified as a technology which had helped their decision-making process...

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Physiomics is pleased to announce that it has now launched its predictive web-based platform for cardiac toxicity. EasyAP™ provides cardiac action potential time course simulations to facilitate the prediction of cardiac toxicity and compound selection. Read more....

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Physiomics is pleased to announce that it has signed a new contract with a global pharmaceutical company. The project will involve adapting the existing Virtual Tumour to model immunomodulatory agents, currently a significant focus of cancer research. The initial phase of the project will be focused on making pre-clinical predictions. If successful, the project may be extended to also adapt Virtual Tumour Clinical to immune...

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Physiomics is pleased to announce that it has signed a Heads of Terms agreement with Diatech Pharmacogenetics to negotiate a Collaboration Agreement. Under the terms of the anticipated Collaboration Agreement Physiomics and Diatech will develop an innovative in-silico platform to personalize cancer patient treatment. This anticipated new in-silico platform will combine pharmacological information related to cancer drugs with genomic and physiological information about the patient, to...

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