NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Johnson & Johnson’s drug research division has licensed Simcyp’s drug modeling and simulation platform, the UK-based firm said today.
 
Through the license, Johnson & Johnson Pharmaceutical Research and Development will provide access to Simcyp’s population-based Simulator and pediatric module to its global R&D teams for a period of three years. The Simcyp platform provides modeling and simulation of drug absorption, distribution, metabolism, and elimination in virtual populations.

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