Large Molecule Bioanalysis done differently

To help you achieve more.

We are a bioanalytical lab that has evolved the model for partnership in large molecule bioanalysis to benefit our customers and the patients they serve.

Services Delivered Scientist to Scientist

Our fully integrated GxP services are driven by your assay requirements and delivered by our veteran scientists – collaboratively, accurately, and on time.






Pharmacokinetics (PK)


Cell-Based Assays

Solutions Enabled by World-Leading Expertise

Our team is comprised of recognized experts in effectively navigating complex and evolving opportunities for biotherapeutics innovation.




Gene Therapy


Antibody Drug Conjugates (ADCs)



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Clinical Relevance of (Unwanted Drug-Induced) Immune Responses

Webinar Co-Hosted with Bioanalysis Zone

Methods for the detection of drug-induced antibodies have become much more sensitive, but the question remains to be answered: are antibodies at this low concentration level clinically relevant? BioAgilytix’s Global CSO, Dr. Arno Kromminga addresses this subject and more.

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The Bioagilytix Perspective

Explore the BioAgilytix way of thinking. Visit our Resource Center to learn more about our scientists’ expertise through case studies, blogs, industry articles and other scientific resources.

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Advanced bioanalytical lab facilities to support all phases of large molecule global studies.

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    While our reach is global, our customer relationships are personal. Reach out to one of our scientists today to learn how we can help to support even the most complicated large molecule studies.

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    Support one of the most expert & innovative scientific teams in the industry as a Study Coordinator for BioAgilytix. In this role, you will manage many parts of the project lifecycle collaboratively with our Durham, NC team. Apply today:

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    While some immune cells cause the damaging brain inflammation of multiple sclerosis, others work to mitigate it. Researchers have discovered that some white blood cells produced in the gut can dampen brain inflammation in MS, which could lead to new therapeutic approaches. Read more via FierceBiotech:

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