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Physiomics plc (AIM: PYC), the Oxford, UK based systems biology company, is pleased to announce that it is participating in the PAGE Meeting 2013, taking place at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow,  on 11-14 June 2013. Dr Eric Fernandez, Dr Frances Brightman, and Dr Christophe Chassagnole will present on an updated version of drugCARD, on our newly release cardiac toxicity predictive platform and on our...

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The current Virtual Tumour platform is a mathematical model of a growing tumour which accurately predicts the outcome of xenograft experiments. The model can also be used as a start point to design first time in human clinical regimens. Physiomics is now developing Virtual Tumour Clinical, based on the same principles as the exiting platform but using human patient data to calibrate the model. Read more....

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Physiomics plc is pleased to announce that it has signed a contract with a biotechnology company to apply its new Virtual Tumour Clinical platform to their lead compound. The biotechnology company will pay an up-front technology access fee now and ongoing service fees as the project progresses. This represents the first commercial deal for Physiomics’ flagship Virtual Tumour Clinical technology. The project will commence immediately. ...

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Physiomics plc (AIM: PYC), the Oxford, UK based systems biology company, is pleased to announce that it is participating in the AACR Annual Meeting 2013, taking place at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, Washington, DC on 6-10 April 2013.  Dr Frances Brightman and Dr Eric Fernandez will present respectively on the application of the Virtual Tumour platform to radiotherapy prediction and on the latest...

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Physiomics plc (AIM: PYC), the Oxford, UK-based systems biology company, is pleased to announce the launch of its new cardiac toxicity modelling service. This new model predicts the risk of a fatal heart arrhythmia known as Torsade de Pointes, using low cost and relatively easy to obtain lab-based data. From 1990 to 2010, a dozen compounds were withdrawn from the market because of association with...

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