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Catalent Pharma Solutions LLC (Morrisville) develops inhalation products and provides analytical testing, formulation and other scientif c services. Cathtek Inc. ( Winston-Salem) develops and manufactures catheters and related accessories. Cato Research Ltd. (Durham) provides contract research services that range from design and management of preclinical and clinical studies to submission of regulatory documents. Cedarlane Laboratories Ltd. (Burlington) manufactures and sells antibodies, proteins, research reagents and cell separation media to the life science community. The Burlington, N.C. site is a distribution of ce. CEI Labs Inc. (Cary) provides industrial hygiene laboratory services such as asbestos testing, microbiology analysis and fungi analysis. Cell Microsystems Inc. (Chapel Hill) develops, manufactures and commercializes products and tools for use in bioscience analytical research laboratories. Cellex Inc. (Research Triangle Park) develops, manufactures and markets diagnostic tests suitable for point-of-care use. These tests use a platform technology called Homogeneous Biochemiluminescence Assay (HBA), which enables assays that are highly sensitive and easy-to-use. CellSolutions LLC (Greensboro) develops liquid-based preparation and evaluation systems for cytology applications. The company's primary area of focus is women's health, including cervical cancer screening, precancer detection and evaluation of infectious disease. Celplor LLC (Raleigh) provides customized molecular biology services including cDNA cloning, recombinant protein expression and purif cation, mouse tail genotyping, ES cell Southern screening and f anking sequence recovery (FSR) for transgenic plants. CEM Corp. (Matthews) designs and develops microwave laboratory instrumentation and scientif c methods for life sciences, analytical laboratories and processing plants. Cempra Pharmaceuticals Inc. (Chapel Hill) develops antibiotics for treating drug-resistant bacterial infections. Cenduit LLC (Durham) helps pharmaceutical, biotech and medical device companies control the processes of patient enrollment, patient randomization and drug supply through the use of Interactive Response Technology (IRT). Centice Corp. (Morrisville) develops computational sensor technology for pharmaceutical development, drug anticounterfeiting, biotechnology, process manufacturing and homeland security applications. Cerenova LLC (Raleigh) develops technologies and treatments targeting neurological diseases and inf ammation. CertiRx Corp. (Research Triangle Park) develops products to prevent counterfeiting of pharmaceuticals and other products, including both printed authentication and microparticle taggants. Chaperone Therapeutics Inc. (Research Triangle Park) develops small-molecule compounds for neurodegenerative diseases and noise-induced hearing loss. Charles River Laboratories Inc. (Raleigh, Morrisville and Durham) provides drug discovery and development process services. CRL's Oncology Center of Excellence in Morrisville provides in vivo and in vitro oncology research services. CRL's Pathology Associates in Durham provides pathology and toxicology contract services. Charter Medical Ltd. (Winston-Salem) develops and manufactures products for the collection, separation, manipulation, transportation, storage and administration of blood, blood components and vital f uids in the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries. Chematron Inc. (Charlotte) manufactures textile chemicals and has the capability for contractual custom manufacture of specialty chemicals. Chem-Bac Laboratories Inc. (Charlotte) is an FDA-registered analytical testing laboratory specializing in petroleum products, polymers, pharmaceuticals and textiles. Cheminova Inc. USA (Research Triangle Park) is the U.S. subsidiary of Cheminova A/S, a Danish company that develops and produces herbicides and other plant protection products. Cheminova's of ce in RTP handles sales and marketing in the U.S. North Carolina is home to 17 UNC System campuses, 35 private universities, 10 technology transfer of ces and 58 community colleges. There are also seven research parks, 37 commercial wet lab/incubator sites and dozens of core labs of ering a wide range of services and specialized equipment. Companies Ci – Ct North Carolina Bioscience Companies 11

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