ProJect Pharmaceuticals

ProJect Pharmaceuticals offers pharmaceutical development of ADCs and other cytotoxic drugs in a new safety laboratory with predictive analytical methods and high end freeze drying capabilities implemented.

The ability to develop Antibody Drug Conjugates (ADCs) by combining protein formulation and process know how with cytotoxic drug expertise puts ProJect Pharmaceutics in a unique position within the biopharmaceutical industry. The company’s new safety facilities in dedicated labs and a deep understanding of the challenges when processing highly potent drugs enable us to provide specific solutions for ADCs and other cytostatic agents.

Many pharmaceutical ingredients of this class show limited solubility in water and degrade rapidly during compounding, filling and freeze-drying. ADCs in particular have a lower thermodynamic and colloidal stability due to the attachment of hydrophobic drug moieties leading to modified charge pattern and stronger hydrophobic interactions. Reduced solubility and a pronounced tendency to aggregation and denaturation may be the consequences. ProJect Pharmaceutics´s Predictive Formulation Analytics is the proven technology to quickly and reliably identify promising formulation candidates for ADCs and to overcome drug specific stability issues.


Fraunhoferstraße 22
D – 82152 Martinsried

Web: ProJect Pharmaceutics GmbH

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ADC Review
ADC Review, Journal of Antibody-drug Conjugates (ISSN 2327-0152) launched in 2013, is designed to serve the needs of a diverse community of individuals including academia, life sciences, pharma, (basic, translational and clinical) research, clinicians/physicians, along with regulatory affairs, government authorities and representatives from payers, and policy makers. The Journal’s content includes peer reviewed research, commentaries, news features, discussions, editorials and blogs on topics relevant to a broad international readership. The Journal also offers a knowledge center (called ADC University) offering the latest and most relevant information about Antibody-drug Conjugates (ADCs), BiSpecific Antibodies, Site Specific Antibody Drug Conjugates, Small Molecule Drug Conjugates (SMDC), and Engineered Antibody Fragments. The purpose of the Journal is to present this information in an understandable and a useful format for all stakeholders.