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Biocytogen is a premier partner that provides one-stop solution for drug development, from concept to IND application. With cutting-edge technologies, state-of-the-art animal facility, and world-class platforms for efficient antibody drug development, Biocytogen offers animal model generation, antibody fully human RenMab mouse model, therapeutic antibody discovery and development, in vivo/in vitro preclinical studies, CMC/CDMO and regulatory affairs support. Biocytogen collaborates with more than 70% of the top 50 pharmaceutical and biotech companies worldwide. Together, we discover innovative medicines for a better, healthier world.

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At Biocytogen, we have a group of passionate people committed into extraordinary services to advance health sciences. We are serious about the work, but fun to work with. By joining us, you will have the opportunity to work with talents in science, business, customer service, management and etc.

We are proud of our world-leading technology, collaborative workforce, nourishing environment, excellent career advancement opportunities, and competitive benefits.

Our Culture/Value

  • Innovative Minds
  • Collaborative Team
  • Passionate Coworkers
  • Nourishing Environment
  • World Leading Technology

Employee Benefits

  • Medical/Dental Plans
  • Health Reimbursement Accounts
  • Life and AD&D Insurance
  • Short and Long Term Disability
  • 401(k) with Company Match
  • Paid Time off and Sick Days
  • Paid Holidays
  • Discounted Gym Membership

Job Opportunities

  • All Locations
  • USA
  • China

 

A central neural circuit for itch sensation

Abstract Although itch sensation is an important protective mechanism for animals, chronic itch remains a challenging clinical problem. Itch processing has been studied extensively at the spinal level. However, how…

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Follicular CXCR5-expressing CD8+ T cells curtail chronic viral infection

Abstract During chronic viral infection, virus-specific CD8+ T cells become exhausted, exhibit poor effector function and lose memory potential1,2,3,4. However, exhausted CD8+ T cells can still contain viral replication in chronic infections5,6,7,8,9,…

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