Thermo Fisher Scientific Baltics
Thermo Fisher Scientific Baltics, which is a division of Thermo Fisher Scientific – the largest company in the world offering products and services for the life science market, specifically in molecular, protein, and cellular biology, and has an outstanding research and development (R&D) center, focused on the development of new products in all aspects of molecular, protein, and cellular biology. Its products are widely used throughout the world for the analysis of gene composition, expression and variety in the creation of new diagnostic methods for congenital, inherited, and contagious diseases. UAB Thermo Fisher Scientific Baltics in Vilnius creates, produces and distributes molecular biology products for the global market for life sciences research and diagnostics.
Biotechpharma is a European contract development and manufacturing organization (CDMO) operating in biotech industry and serving clients worldwide. In its state-of-the-art R&D and manufacturing facilities in Vilnius Biotechpharma offers full scope of services, starting from cell line construction / process development to cGMP production of biopharmaceutical products. We have vast experience in development and GMP manufacturing of biological drug substances and drug products of microbial and mammalian origin. High quality and on time performance is guaranteed by a team of highly qualified and experienced researchers, engineers, technologists and management professionals.
Pall ForteBio develops, produces and markets analytical systems to accelerate biotherapeutic drug discovery and development. These advanced bio-analytical systems facilitate unique real-time, label-free insights into molecular interactions, providing information on affinity, kinetics and concentration. The company supports rapid and cost-effective decision making in life science research and development by measuring biomolecular interactions involving cells, antibodies, proteins, small molecules and fragments using high throughput label-free analytical instruments based on BLI and SPR technology.