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BASi (Bioanalytical Systems, Inc.) established in 1974 has headquarters in West Lafayette, Indiana. It provides contract research services and niche instrumentation, serving the life sciences industries, primarily in drug research and development. BASi was founded by a Purdue University chemistry professor and a group of his doctoral level students. Utilizing their abilities in electrochemistry they developed a line of products to detect trace chemicals in complex matrices. In the late 80’s, BASi entered the services business utilizing liquid chromatography and mass spectroscopy to provide analytical services to clients in their drug discovery efforts.

CRO Services

Bioanalytical Services (including GLP)

•    Discovery, non-clinical and clinical bioanalytical support
•    Large and small molecule capability
•    Biomarker assays
•    High capacity, fast turnaround sample analysis (Phase 1 support)
•    FIM and Phase I support
•    Automated sample analysis
•    Cutting edge technology: LDTD source and Dried Blood Spot analysis
•    All systems Part 11 compliant
•    PK kit manufacturing

Non-clinical/GLP Toxicology Services

•    IND enabling studies
•    Non-clinical animal studies
•    Pathology service
•    Rodents, rabbits, dogs, swine, monkeys and others
•    All dose routes except inhalation
•    In-house dose preparation and analytical support

Discovery Research Services

•    Research/Discovery experiments: efficacy, target validation, new compound screening
•    PK/TK, optionally utilizing BASi’s proprietary Culex® system
•    Automated simultaneous dosing and sampling from conscious freely-moving animals (rodents, dogs, and monkeys)
•    Real time data from stress free animals reduces the number of animals used
•    Samples: blood, bile, urine and feces
•    Automates in-vivo microdialysis sampling from blood and tissues
•    Lead optimization allows real time in-vivo ADME experiments


Pharmaceutical Analysis and Stability Program Management (including GMP and GLP)

•    Formulation through post-market sample analysis
•    Method development, validation, revalidation, transfer
•    Stability support, lot release and comparator testing
•    Potency, purity, dissolution, water, physical testing
•    Stability storage
•    Medical device testing
•    In vitro bioequivalence analysis
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Purdue Research Park 2701 Kent Avenue West Lafayette, IN, 47906-1382 United States

Tel: +1-765-463-4527
Fax: +1-765-497-1102



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