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CMP Pharma Inc. (Farmville) develops and manufactures niche drug products. Cognosci Inc. (Research Triangle Park) develops neurorestorative therapies for Alzheimer's disease, multiple sclerosis, traumatic brain injury, nerve crush and other disease and trauma indications. Columbia Life Systems Inc. (Chapel Hill) is developing a computer-controlled oxygen blender for therapeutic research. Combs Lab Inc. (Chapel Hill) develops drug therapies for diabetes, including a noninsulin oral medication for Type 1 diabetes. Concentrx Pharmaceuticals LLC (Chapel Hill) develops inhalation drug delivery products, including a dry powder unit dose inhaler. Contego Medical LLC (Raleigh) develops medical devices for cardiovascular applications. The devices combine embolic protection with a stent or balloon. ConvaTec Inc. (Greensboro) manufactures medical products and technologies in the areas of wound therapeutics, ostomy care, continence and critical care, and infusion devices. Cook Medical (Winston-Salem) develops and manufactures devices used in gastrointestinal endoscopy to diagnose and treat esophageal, gastric, pancreatic, biliary and colonic disorders. Coordination Therapeutics Inc. (Chapel Hill) develops nanoparticle formulations of platinum chemotherapeutics. Corning Life Sciences (Durham) manufactures pipettes, conical and round- bottomed tubes, cell inserts, tissue-culture plates and ADME/Toxicology products. Cotton Incorporated's (Cary) Agricultural & Environmental Research Division improves cotton cultivation through genetic and biotechnology tools, enhancing yield, quality and resistance of cotton varieties. Countervail Corp. (Charlotte) develops and commercializes products to protect against and treat exposure to chemical weapons and pesticide poisoning. Couragen Biopharmaceutics LLC (Durham) develops gene therapeutic products for preclinical and clinical use. Covis Pharmaceuticals Inc. (Cary) distributes therapeutics for the cardiovascular, central nervous system and acute care markets. Craft Technologies Inc. (Wilson) provides analytical and method development services to measure nutritional components in blood, tissues, dietary supplements, food and animal feed. Creative Scientist Inc. (Durham) specializes in bioassay development, primary cell production and preclinical contract research services. They are also developing a radiation sensitivity cell-based assay. Cromoz Inc. (Raleigh) develops nanoparticles that can be used as a drug delivery tool for neurological diseases. The technology increases drugs' ability to cross the blood-brain barrier, which improves drug-localization and reduces dosage amounts and drug side ef ects. Crop Microclimate Management Inc. (Apex) researches and develops technologies to improve crop productivity by mitigating the impact of environmental stresses. ©JWest Productions For more information, visit Transforming Students Into Qualified Scientists In Drug Discovery And Biomanufacturing (B.S., M.S., Ph.D.). F HPLC, FPLC F Assay Development and Validation F cGMP Seminar Ready To Work, Day One. or call 919-530-7001 Companies Ei – En From 61,000 life science workers across N.C., the total jumps to 228,000 when you count the jobs indirectly attributable to the sector. That's about one of every 20 workers.

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