Business philosophy2021-09-23T05:46:36+00:00

business philosophy

Evercyte cell lines
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Evercyte cell lines

The business concept of Evercyte is to out-license telomerized cells to our customers. The license conditions depend on whether the contract partner is a for profit or a nonprofit organization and the intended use of the cells.

nonprofit

Evercyte grants licenses for an unlimited period to academic or nonprofit-organizations, whereby the use of Evercyte cell lines is restricted to research & development purposes and non-commercial use. The cells are not intended for human use. The customers have to agree to the conditions described in our material transfer agreement as well as accept our general terms and conditions.

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general terms and conditions

for profit
pharmaceutical- chemical-
cosmetic industries

Evercyte grants licenses for commercial organizations, whereby we offer an initial testing phase for a flat fee that allows our customers to test our cells in their laboratories. Thereafter, annual license fees fall due, depending on the cell line of interest. The use of the cells during these phases is restricted to research & development purposes. The cells are not intended for human use. The customers have to agree to the conditions described in our license agreements.
We also offer cell lines that can be transferred to a GMP facility for production of clinical grade extracellular vesicles. Licensing out cell lines for clinical use needs special agreements to be negotiated with our partners.

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for profit
contract research
organizations (CRO)

Evercyte grants licenses for contract research organizations, whereby we offer an initial testing phase for a flat fee that allows our customers to test our cells in their laboratories. Thereafter, we would negotiate a royalty based long-term license agreement individually.
The cells are not intended for human use. The customers have to agree to the conditions described in our material transfer agreement and accept our general terms and conditions.

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for profit
contract research
organizations (CRO)

Evercyte grants licenses for contract research organizations, whereby we offer an initial testing phase for a flat fee that allows our customers to test our cells in their laboratories. Thereafter, we would negotiate a royalty based long-term license agreement individually. The use of the cells during these phases is restricted to research & development purposes.
The cells are not intended for human use. The customers have to agree to the conditions described in our material transfer agreement and accept our general terms and conditions.

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for profit
contract research
organizations (CRO)

Evercyte grants licenses for contract research organizations, whereby we offer an initial testing phase for a flat fee that allows our customers to test our cells in their laboratories. Thereafter, we would negotiate a royalty based long-term license agreement individually. The use of the cells during these phases is restricted to research & development purposes.
The cells are not intended for human use. The customers have to agree to the conditions described in our material transfer agreement and accept our general terms and conditions.

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Evercyte services

As contract research organization we offer a customer-tailored one-stop-shop solution to fulfil the R&D requirements of our customers in form of a very interactive collaboration.

With our wide-ranging capabilities in cell and molecular biology we offer high quality and cost-effective services in several areas including cell line development, bioassay performance & establishment, toxicology as well as production and characterization of extracellular vesicles for R&D purposes.
All our projects are planned with due care right from concept to execution and are billed as fee-for-service. In case of cell line development projects, the development costs will be credited back against further license fees for the established cell lines.

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I want to transfer Evercyte cells to a partnering lab. What do I have to consider?2021-03-27T05:46:32+00:00
Nonprofit organizations

Following our Material Transfer Agreement the transfer of our cells to a partering lab is not allowed. We are happy to send ordering information and licensing conditions to your partnering labs.

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For profit organizations

Transfer of cells to additional labs within your organization or partners requires an amendment to the licensing agreement. After signing this amendment, the cells can be transferred to your partnering labs at reduced rates.

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How long does it take to develop a new cell line?2021-03-27T05:52:31+00:00

The establishment of new, continuously growing cell line of human origin takes between 4-8 months, depending on the availability of the tissue of interest, cell type and the degree of characterization. Moreover, isolation of individual clones from a mass culture takes about 2 months. The establishment of new, continuously growing cell line of human origin takes between 4-8 months, depending on the availability of the tissue of interest, cell type and the degree of characterization. Moreover, isolation of individual clones from a mass culture takes about 2 months.

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