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BioAbChem

PO Box 1275 Ladson, SC 29456 USABioAbChem offers recombinant proteins, natural proteins, antibodies, and lab consumables.

Bioskin

13000-F York Highway Charlotte NC 28278Bioskin offers clinical trials, consulting, data management, transdermals, and in vivo testing.

Clemson University Microscopy Facility

Clemson, SC 29634A microscopy facility, located on the 3 rd floor of Jordan Hall, houses a number of microscopes for use by researchers. These include a Zeiss Axiovert 135 Fluorescence microscope with green, red and DAPI fluorescence capabilities, a Zeiss Axiovert 25 inverted light microscopy, and a Nikon SMZ800 stereomicroscope. All microscopes are equipped for digital image capture.

Clinical List America

P.O. Box 6331 Columbia, SC 29260Clinical List America has a nationwide, proprietary medical database that is verified as 100 percent HIPAA compliant.

Clinical List America

Columbia, SC United StatesClinical List America has a nationwide, proprietary medical database that is verified as 100 percent HIPAA compliant.

Custom Analytics

2260A Peach Orchard Road Sumter, SC 29154 USACustom Analytics offers LC, GC, MS, FTIR, and microbiology services.

Clemson University - Agricultural Service Laboratory

171 Old Cherry Road, Clemson, SC 29634The Agricultural Service Laboratory provides a variety of analytical agricultural testing. Samples may be submitted through the County Extension Offices or directly to the lab. Each County Extension Office has the supplies needed for submitting samples. Information For: Field and Truck Crops Nursery Growers Home Lawn & Gardens Turfgrasses Livestock Farmers Christmas Trees

Clemson University The Godley-Snell Research Center

Clemson University, Clemson, SC 29634The Godley-Snell Research Center (GSRC) opened on Clemson University campus in August of 1995 as a centralized animal research facility. GSRC has 22,000 sq. ft. dedicated to maintaining a variety of laboratory animal species used in research and teaching programs at Clemson University; and to providing resources and support services for those programs. GSRC is managed by the Office of Research Services and provides facilities, equipment, caging, and veterinary and technical support to facilitate animal research and teaching programs. GSRC has housing space for large and small laboratory animals, including two suites of individually ventilated isolation cubicles. Facilities and caging are available for housing laboratory rodents, rabbits, chickens, goats, swine, and other species as required. Ventilated cage rack systems and micro isolator cages are available for housing mice. All animal rooms have centrally controlled temperature, humidity, air-flow, pressure differentials, and lighting. Environmental parameters are monitored continuously using a computer controlled monitoring system with dial out alarms. Laboratory animals are procured from pre-approved sources of specific pathogen free animals. Research Services staff includes laboratory animal trained veterinarians and animal care technicians. Animal care staff provides seven day a week animal care and health surveillance. The surgical facility has two large operating rooms, nursing station, sterile prep, recovery room, procedure and surgical prep room, and radiology. Anesthetic delivery and monitoring equipment are available for various animal species. GSRC maintains a biocontainment suite that meets CDC, Animal Biosafety Level 3 criteria. Access to the facility is controlled by an electronic card access system. The suite contains 1000 sq. ft. animal housing space, a controlled environment chamber, laboratory space, and personnel shower/locker. Laboratory equipment includes a Class II B2 biosafety cabinet and a pass-through steam sterilizer. The biocontainment area is maintained under negative pressure differential with 100% fresh air and 100% HEPA filtered exhaust. Animals are maintained in accordance with all animal welfare regulations and federal guidelines to ensure humane care. Clemson University animal research facilities and programs are registered by USDA and have received full accreditation from the Association for Assessment and Accreditation of Laboratory Animal Care, International (AAALAC).

College of Charleston

66 George Street Charleston, SC 29424 USA

College of Charleston

66 George Street Charleston, SC, 29424 United States

Custom Synthesis

1704 Denver Road Anderson, SC 29625 USACustom Synthesis offers custom synthesis services and supplies specialty chemicals.

Custom Synthesis

Anderson, SC United StatesCustom Synthesis offers custom synthesis services and supplies specialty chemicals.

Clemson University - Plant Problelm Clinic and Nematode Assay Lab

Clemson, SC, USAThe Clemson University Plant Problem Clinic is a multidisciplinary program which provides diagnoses and management recommendations for plant problems, which include diseases, nematodes, weeds, and insect pests of plants. We also identify insects infesting structures, humans, pets and livestock. The Clinic receives most of its samples from the county Extension offices, and works closely with Clemson University Specialists to provide management recommendations. As a part of Clemson University Regulatory Services, we also help to detect and document new plant diseases and pests in South Carolina.

Clemson University Aquatic Animal Research Facility

Clemson, SC 29634Reptile/Amphibian vivarium. 6 x 4 m greenhouse room with floor drain on the roof of Jordan Hall managed by the Biomechanics Lab (R. Blob, PI). Suitable for housing aquatic or terrestrial vertebrates that prefer warm temperatures, including reptiles and many amphibian and fish species.

College of Charleston - Grice Marine Labs

66 George Street Charleston, SC 29424 USAThe Grice Marine Laboratory is the marine lab of the College of Charleston and houses academic programs in Marine Biology. The lab supports teaching and research in evolutionary biology, marine biogeography, cellular and molecular biology, benthic ecology, immunology, microbial ecology, phytoplankton ecology, environmental physiology, fish systematics, and invertebrate zoology and other marine sciences. The laboratory is located at Fort Johnson on James Island, South Carolina.

Clemson University Laser Confocal Microscopy Facility

Clemson, SC 29634This facility houses a Zeiss LSM510 with optics for red and green fluorescence, and imaging software for additional image analysis and manipulation.

Comprehensive Neurological Services

436 West Palmetto Street, Florence, SC 29501-7124

Capsugel

Greenwood, SC, USACapsugel provides, dosage form development, powder formulation, capsule gels, and filling equipment.

Charles River Laboratories

1023 Wappoo Rd Suite 43B Charleston, SC, 29407 United StatesCharles River provides essential products and services to help pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, government agencies and leading academic institutions around the globe accelerate their research and drug development efforts. Our dedicated employees are focused on providing clients with exactly what they need to improve and expedite the discovery, early-stage development and safe manufacture of new therapies for the patients who need them. Recently Charles River acquired Chantest, WIL, MPI, KWS Biotest, Brains On-line, CiTox LAB, Solvo Biotechnology, Distributed Bio, Cognate Bioservices, Cobra Biologics, ViGene, and Retrogenix. To learn more about our unique portfolio and breadth of services, visit www.criver.com, www.solvo.com, www.cognatebioservices.com, www.cobrabio.com and www.retrogenix.com

Clemson University Genomic Institute

Clemson, SC 29634The CUGI BAC/EST Resource Center produces high quality BAC libraries, cDNA libraries, and various types of shotgun libraries. The facility works with plant, animal and microbial genomes. At the present time, CUGI has one of the largest collections of BAC libraries in the world. CUGI also provides fee-based services for robotics (colony picking, re-arraying, colony filter arrays, library storage and clone distribution), sequencing (cDNA, shotgun, BAC-end), physical mapping (BAC fingerprinting, marker hybridization), proteomics and lipidomics (mass spectroscopy, modification, hydrophobicity and shotgun proteomics), and functional genomics (labeling and hybridization, chip reading and statistical analyses).

Clemson University EM Faciltity

Clemson, SC 29634This Facility provides histological services for tissue processing, paraffin embedding and sectioning, frozen tissue embedding and sectioning, routine staining and immuno-histochemical detection of antigens. Two electron microscopes and associated equipment for sampler preparation are associated with this Facility. One technician operates the facility.

Coastal Carolina Research Center

1156 Bowman Rd. Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464 USACoastal Carolina Research Center offers clinical research services.

Clemson University Real-Time PCR Core

Clemson, SC 29634Computer-controlled Cepheid SmartCycler PCR instrumentation is available to perform real-time PCR.

Converse College

580 East Main Street Spartanburg, SC 29302Since 1889, Converse has been igniting the voices of students through education that prepares them “to see clearly, decide wisely and act justly.” Our women’s college and our graduate programs for men and women launch passionate global citizens whose energy, creativity and competence bring value to their professions and their communities.

Clemson University - Electron Microscopy Laboratory

Clemson University Electron Microscope Facility Clemson Research Park AMRL Building 91 Technology Drive Anderson, SC 29625

Clemson University Spectroscopy Core

Clemson, SC 29634Computer-controlled Bio-Tek spectrophotometer (μQuant) and fluorimeter (FLX-800) plate readers are available for spectroscopy needs. In addition, a luminometer has been provided by Turner Biosystems through their grant program.

Duke University - Histopathology Core

State Road 496 Union, SC, 29379 United States

Ella Maru Studio

1400 caliper oak cir #314 MOUNT PLEASANT , Sc, 29464 United StatesWe combine phd-level scientific knowledge with professional graphic arts design to produce eye-catching self-explanatory scientific images for articles, presentations, proposals, books and much more.

Fox Chase Tumor Bank

South Carolina 413 Iva, SC, 29655 United StatesThe Biosample Repository Facility (BRF) coordinates the ethical collection, storage, annotation and distribution of human biosamples and associated comprehensive patient and family cancer history data, clinical interventions and lifestyle factors under an Institutional Review Board-approved protocol. We adhere to the International Society for Biological and Environmental Repositories and National Cancer Institute Best Practices for Biospecimen Resources and participate in the NCI Office of Biorepositories and Biospecimen Resources and Biospecimen Research Network. BRF expediates bidirectional flow from lab bench to clinic, and stimulates translational research associated with clinical trials and basic research. We provide tissue-based research services—including tissue microarray construction and immunohistochemistry, automated tissue image analysis and electrochemiluminescent enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay-based biomarker analysis—to support translational and basic research.

Furman University Townes Science Center

3300 Poinsett Highway Greenville, South Carolina, 29613Our department is located in the Charles H. Townes Science Center. Dedicated in 2008, this $62.5 million facility houses all of the science departments at Furman. You'll find cutting-edge research happening throughout this 200,000-square foot building.

 As a biology student, you'll have the opportunity to work with state-of-the-art equipment in a modern facility. Our space features a number of areas for specialized instruction and undergraduate research: A large greenhouse adjacent to the Townes Science Center that is equipped with a tidal wetland aquatic waste water treatment system A molecular assays core facility with darkroom, that provides instrumentation and expertise to faculty and students in several departments. Aquatic biology laboratory with temperature-controlled aquaria and an indoor stream Controlled-environment laboratory with eight reach-in environmental chambers. An herbarium with more than 20,000 catalogued plant specimens A 1,354 sq. ft. animal facility, overseen by a three faculty and a consulting veterinarian in accordance with the DHHS requirements and approved by the Office of Laboratory Animal Welfare of the NIH. Separate, dedicated rooms for flourescence microscopy and radiosotope work A walk-in cold room Areas for individual and group study Lab space for each of our faculty members

Filtration Solution, Inc

4361 Charlotte Highway Lake Wylie, SC, 29710 United States

Guild BioSciences

1313-B Ashley River Road Charleston, SC 29407Guild BioSciences provides protein analysis, purification, and profiling services.

Guild BioSciences

Charleston, SC United StatesGuild BioSciences provides protein analysis, purification, and profiling services.

GenPhar

600 Seacoast Parkway Mount Pleasant, South Carolina 29464 USAGenPhar provides biodefense, prophylactic and therapeutic vaccines for the world’s most dangerous viral diseases.

Guardian Research Network

101 East Wood Street Spartanburg, SC, 29303 United StatesGuardian Research Network is a non-profit, mission-driven consortium that began from an altruistic vision to speed the identification of trial participants. We’ve since grown, impacting and partnering to provide: 1. Health Systems with integrated, harmonized data, refined analytics and precision medicine opportunities using our sophisticated technology 2. Life Science organizations with clinical development speed and efficiency through discrete trial matches, diagnostic and therapeutic, while empowering clinical researchers with both molecular and clinical specimens 3. Patient access to innovative, targeted and novel therapies via high performing investigational community hospitals

GEL Analytics

Charleston, SC, USAGEL Analytics provides impurity identification, degradation studies, and analytical services.

Greenville Hospital System Cancer ITOR Biorepository

SC United StatesThe ITOR Biorepository Services Department – in conjunction with the Greenville Health System’s surgical oncologists, pathologists and staff – have developed tissue bank sample processing guidelines for frozen tissue, fresh tissue and peripheral blood and include flash freezing in liquid nitrogen within 15 minutes of harvest to maximize cell viability for basic science research. The department has a dedicated staff, including three research nurses and a data coordinator, which facilitate the logistics of tissue handling and submit outcomes data on participating patients. The ITOR Biorepository staff has adopted a universal consent for all patients of the Greenville Health System to have the option of donating excess tissue for research, should they desire. ITOR of GHS has several tissue-based patient initiatives & programs under development and ongoing.

GEL Laboratories

Charleston, SC, USAGEL Laboratories environmental lab services, chemical analysis, and radiochemistry

Halocarbon

1100 Dittman Court Beech Island, SC 29842 USAHalocarbon manufactures aliphatic fluorochemicals, inert oils, greases and waxes and inhalation anesthetics and other specialty fluorochemicals.

Halocarbon

Beech Island, SC, 29842 United StatesHalocarbon manufactures aliphatic fluorochemicals, inert oils, greases and waxes and inhalation anesthetics and other specialty fluorochemicals.

H & A Scientific

105 A Regency Blvd., Greenville, NC 27834 USAH & A Scientific develops quality software and hardware products for the needs of pharmaceutical and medical device companies.

Institute for Translational Oncology Research (ITOR)

900 West Faris Road, 3rd Floor Greenville, SC 29605 USAInstitute for Translational Oncology Research (ITOR) offers clinical trial and biorepository services.

Institute for Translational Oncology Research (ITOR)

Greenville, SC United StatesInstitute for Translational Oncology Research (ITOR) offers clinical trial and biorepository services.

Irix Pharmaceuticals

101 Technology Place Florence SC 29501 USAIrix Pharmaceuticals provides custom raw materials, synthons, standards, discovery support, process development, and manufacturing.

Irix Pharmaceuticals

101 Technology Place Florence, SC, 29501 United StatesIrix Pharmaceuticals provides custom raw materials, synthons, standards, discovery support, process development, and manufacturing.

KIYATEC

900-B West Faris RoadKIYATEC offers 3D cell culture labware, cell based assays, and testing services.

KIYATEC

900-B West Faris Road Greenville, SC, 29605 United StatesKIYATEC offers 3D cell culture labware, cell based assays, and testing services.

Kansas State Univ. Integrated Genomics

119 Anderson HallKansas State University Integrated Genomics Facility provides high throughput screening, DNA and RNA quality control, microarray, and sequencing services.

Lab21

411 University Ridge Suite A Greenville, SC 29601 USALab21 is a specialist diagnostic company offering fully accredited clinical trial support services and a full range of product and Companion Diagnostics development, manufacture and commercialisation capabilities.

Medical University of South Carolina - Lipidomics Core

173 Ashley Avenue Building CRI Room 505c Charleston, SC, 29425 United StatesMUSC Lipidomics Shared Resource The Lipidomics Shared Resource at MUSC represents expertise specializing in sphingolipid biology, providing services to the Medical University of South Carolina and institutions or industries throughout the world. The Lipidomics Shared Resource is composed of analytical and synthetic units providing expertise, synthetic compounds/standards, and analytical methodology (LC-MS/MS and SFC-MS/MS) to enhance an understanding of the role of bioactive lipids in disease pathology. Overview: The Lipidomics Shared Resource builds on the unique expertise of key personnel in sphingolipid chemistry, analysis, and biology providing intellectual and physical resources to enhance the understanding of bioactive sphingolipids and lipids in signal transduction and cell regulation. Sphingolipids are recognized as key components regulating fundamental cell biology processes regulating transmembrane signaling. Diversity of bioactive sphingolipids and their interconnected metabolism provide a network of pathways. Key sphingolipid metabolites are: ceramides (Cer), sphingosine (Sph), sphingosine 1-phosphate (S1P), and ceramide 1-phosphate (Cer1P). Services & Expertise: The Lipidomics Shared Resource is designed to support research in lipidomics by providing advanced methodology and expertise for both synthesis and analysis of bioactive lipids in a cost-effective manner, with a focus on several key areas: - Providing qualitative and quantitative analysis of >300 sphingolipids using high performance liquid chromatography tandem mass spectrometry (HPLC-MS/MS) technologies. - Providing analytical method development of new lipid components. - Providing and developing synthetic lipid tools/standards, including functionalized and fluorescent ceramides, 17C-sphingolipids; or synthetic lipid analogs, including organelle-targeted sphingolipids. - Mentoring investigators in the understanding of lipid biology through lipid chemistry, experimental design, selection of lipids of interest, and interpretation of the analytical data. Services: The Analytical Unit provides sample preparation/lipid extraction, data normalization measurements (levels of inorganic phosphate/sample), and lipid analysis based on High-Performance Liquid Chromatography-tandem Mass Spectrometry (HPLC-MS/MS) or Supercritical Fluid Chromatography-tandem Mass Spectrometry (SFC-MS/MS) approaches. The core provides both qualitative (compound identification) and quantitative mass spectral analysis of key lipids from various biological materials (cells, tissues, serum, blood, etc) with assays to measure over 300 different sphingolipid, DAG components, and Free Fatty Acids at a basic metabolic level. Analytical Units: 1. Sph/S1P/Cer Sphingoid bases (Sphingosine [Sph]& Dihydro-Sphingosine [dhSph]) Sphingoid base-1- Phosphates (S1P & dhS1P), Ceramide molecular species (Cn-Cer) This is the most basic analysis, covering 18 different molecular species 2. dhCer Dihydro-Ceramide molecular species 3. Hexosyl-Cer Hexosylceramide (Glucosyl/Galactosyl-Ceramide) molecular species 4. Lactosyl-Cer Lactosyl-Ceramide molecular species 5. SM Sphingomyelin molecular species 6. DAG Diacyl-Glycerol molecular species 7. α-OH-Cers (2’OH-Cer) Alpha-Hydroxy-Ceramide molecular species 8. Cer-1P Ceramide 1-Phosphate molecular species 9. PhytoSph/PhytoCer Phytosphinghosine, Phytosphingosine-1-Phosphate and Phytoceramide molecular species 10. α-OH-PhytoCer Alpha-Hydroxy-Phytoceramide molecular species 11. 17CSph/S1P/Cer 17C-Sphingoid bases, 17C-Sphingoid base-1- Phosphates and 17C-Ceramide molecular species 12. dh17CSph/S1P/Cer 17C-Dihydro-Sphingoid bases, 17C-Dihydro-Sphingoid base-1- Phosphates and 17C-Dihydro-Ceramide molecular species 13. Glu/Gal-Cer by SFC Glucosylceramide and Galactosylceramide species separated by SFC-MS/MS 14. 1-Deoxy-Sph/Cer 1-Deoxy-Sphingoid bases, 1-Deoxy-Ceramide molecular species 15. 1-Deoxy-dhCer 1-Deoxy-dihydro-Ceramide molecular species 16. Free Fatty Acids FFA molecular species C12- to C26- saturated and monounsaturated species 17. Special Request available upon consultation Analytical Approach: Quantitative analyses of sphingolipids, are based on eight-point calibration curves generated for each target analyte. The synthetic standards along with a set of internal standards are spiked into an artificial matrix, they are then subjected to an identical extraction procedure as the biological samples. These extracted standards are then analyzed by the HPLC/MS/MS or SFC/MS/MS system operating in positive multiple reaction-monitoring (MRM) mode employing a gradient elution. Plotting the analyte/internal standard peak area ratios against analyte concentrations generates the analyte specific calibration curves. Any lipid with no authentic standards is quantitated using the calibration curve of its closest counterpart. Publication Acknowledgement: “Supported in part by the Lipidomics Shared Resource, Hollings Cancer Center, Medical University of South Carolina (P30 CA138313 and P30 GM103339)”.

Meridian Life Science

3471 River Hills DriveMeridian Life Science provides antibody and antigen production, assay development, process development, and cGMP manufacturing.

Midwest Scientific

280 VANCE ROADMidwest Scientific provides research tools, products, kits, and equipment.

Medical University of South Carolina Proteogenomics Facility

171 Ashley AvenueMedical University of South Carolina Proteogenomics Facility offers surface plasmon resonance, DNA array, and bioinformatics services.

Medical University of South Carolina Proteogenomics Facility

Charleston, SC United StatesMedical University of South Carolina Proteogenomics Facility offers surface plasmon resonance, DNA array, and bioinformatics services.

NCGS Laboratories

65 Society StreetNCGS Laboratories offers clinical phase I to phase IV research services such as regulatory, quality assurance, clinical data management, and investigator recruitment.

NCGS Laboratories

Charleston, SC United StatesNCGS Laboratories offers clinical phase I to phase IV research services such as regulatory, quality assurance, clinical data management, and investigator recruitment.

New Life Chemical

15 North Kings Road, Greenville, SC 29605New Life Chemical offers chemicals for purchase.

New Life Chemical

Greenville, SC United StatesNew Life Chemical offers chemicals for purchase.

NanoBioServices

S.C.F. 60 IInd Floor,NanoBio Services is a contract pharmaceutical manufacturer that provides pharmaceutical and bioservices.

NanoString Technologies

530 Fairview Avenue NNanostring is a platform for highly multiplexed digital quantitation of nucleic acids for mRNA gene expression, miRNA profiling, and DNA Copy Number Variaiton with out sample amplification.

Oakwood Products

1741 Old Dunbar Road West Columbia SC 29172 USAOakwood Products provides custom organic synthesis services.

Oakwood Products

West Columbia, SC, 29169 United StatesOakwood Products provides custom organic synthesis services.

PRN Pharmaceutical Research Network

104 Berkeley Square LanePRN Pharmaceutical Research Network offers phase IV clinical research studies as well as study design, site selection, site monitoring, data management and corporate financing.

Parimer Scientific

221 Cooper Lane Easley, SC, 29642 United StatesParimer Scientific provides custom contract chemical R&D, Formulation, Development, Analytical Services and kilogram scale Manufacturing headquartered in the United States. We are responsive, highly capable and customer focused. Our team can take your project from concept to commercialization in a matter of months at a significant cost savings compared to the large CDMOs and CMOs.

ProHisto

7001 St. Andrews Rd. Suite 333 Columbia, SC 29212 USAProHisto supplies primary and secondary antibodies in addition to buffers, kits, and counterstains in application of immunohistochemistry and immunofluorescence.

Purilogics

900b West Faris Road Greenville, SC, 29605 United StatesPurilogics is a leading developer of high performance membrane adsorbers for biologics purification. We provide Purexa™ series of membrane adsorber products, including Protein A membrane, mRNA affinity membrane, weak anion-exchange membrane, and multimodal anion-exchange membrane, hydrophobic interaction chromatography membrane, and other affinity membrane. Compared to resin based columns, Purexa™ membrane products enable purification at much faster speed.

Poly-Med

52 Technology Drive Anderson, SC 29625Poly-Med provides biomedical polymeric materials for medical applications, consulting services and contract manufacturing.

Poly-Med

51 Technology Drive Anderson, SC 29625 USAPoly-Med provides biomedical polymeric materials for medical applications, consulting services and contract manufacturing.

Radiant Research

1657 East Greenville StreetRadiant Research offers phase I-IV clinical research services including project management, quality assurance, biostatistics, and clinical monitoring with expertise in dermatology, endocrinology, infectious disease, and metabolism.

Ryan Scientific

Mount Pleasant, SC United StatesRyan Scientific provides and distributes chemical compounds from various vendors for purchase.

Research Concierge™

730 Columbia Hwy N Estill, SC, 29918 United StatesScientist.com is the world’s largest marketplace for medical research. We help pharmaceutical scientists discover life-saving medicines in less time and at lower cost. Our mission is to make it possible to cure all human disease by 2050. By connecting scientists and enabling them to exchange ideas and transact seamlessly online, Scientist.com is speeding up and reducing the cost of medical research. We were founded in 2007, launched our first research outsourcing marketplace in 2008 and built our first enterprise marketplace for Pfizer in 2009. Today, we operate enterprise marketplaces for 24 of the world’s top 30 pharmaceutical companies, 100+ biotechnology companies and the US National Institutes of Health (NIH).

Ralph H. Johnson Veterans Affairs Medical Center

109 Bee Street Charleston, SC 29401The Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center, opened in 1966, consists of one primary, secondary, and tertiary care facility located in Charleston, SC, serving over 67,000 Veterans in 21 counties, encompassing more than 15,000 square miles. Charleston VAMC is a 149 authorized bed tertiary care teaching hospital with 20 operating nursing home care beds, and is dedicated to providing the highest quality of patient care and services to Veterans along the South Carolina and Georgia coasts. The full range of inpatient and outpatient care is provided including Medical and Surgical Intensive Care, and Medical/Surgical. The Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center provides comprehensive health care through primary care, tertiary care, and long-term care in areas of medicine, surgery, psychiatry, physical medicine and rehabilitation, neurology, women's health and dentistry. Specialty services include Cardiothoracic Surgery, Neurosurgery, Orthopedics, Mental Health programs for PTSD, Substance Use Disorders, Military Sexual Trauma, Cardiology, Oncology, Nephrology, Pulmonary and Geriatrics. The VAMC includes five Community Based Outpatient Clinics (CBOC) located in Beaufort, Goose Creek and Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, and Savannah and Hinesville, Georgia, as well as an annex in North Charleston. The Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center also supports three Vet Centers located in Charleston and Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, and Savannah, Georgia.

Ralph H. Johnson Veterans Affairs Medical Center

109 Bee Street Charleston, SC, 29401 United StatesThe Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center, opened in 1966, consists of one primary, secondary, and tertiary care facility located in Charleston, SC, serving over 67,000 Veterans in 21 counties, encompassing more than 15,000 square miles. Charleston VAMC is a 149 authorized bed tertiary care teaching hospital with 20 operating nursing home care beds, and is dedicated to providing the highest quality of patient care and services to Veterans along the South Carolina and Georgia coasts. The full range of inpatient and outpatient care is provided including Medical and Surgical Intensive Care, and Medical/Surgical. The Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center provides comprehensive health care through primary care, tertiary care, and long-term care in areas of medicine, surgery, psychiatry, physical medicine and rehabilitation, neurology, women's health and dentistry. Specialty services include Cardiothoracic Surgery, Neurosurgery, Orthopedics, Mental Health programs for PTSD, Substance Use Disorders, Military Sexual Trauma, Cardiology, Oncology, Nephrology, Pulmonary and Geriatrics. The VAMC includes five Community Based Outpatient Clinics (CBOC) located in Beaufort, Goose Creek and Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, and Savannah and Hinesville, Georgia, as well as an annex in North Charleston. The Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center also supports three Vet Centers located in Charleston and Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, and Savannah, Georgia.

Selah Genomics

411 University Ridge, Suite A Greenville, SC 29601 USASelah Genomics is a clinical diagnostic specialist supporting healthcare providers and the pharmaceutical industry with advanced molecular and genomic diagnostic services.

Safisis

7475 W. Main StreetSafisis offers fermentation, purification, solvent extraction, and manufacturing services.

Spartanburg Medical Center Laboratory

101 East Wood Street Spartanburg, SC 29303

Southeastern Lab Apparatus, Inc (SLA)

110 Walnut Lane North Augusta, SC, 29860 United StatesWe have supplied our customers with Top-notch laboratory glassware products and service for over 35 years. We are Quality: Southeastern Lab Apparatous, Inc.(SLA) manufactures and repairs top quality laboratory scientific glassware for chemical, industrial, environmental research and educational laboratories. From the simple to the sophisticated in glassblowing, SLA is equipped yo handle your needs

South Carolina Biorepository System

421 Chalk Bed Road Graniteville, SC, 29829 United StatesThe Hollings Cancer Center (HCC) Biorepository & Tissue Analysis (BTA) Shared Resource provides investigators with access to meticulously collected and annotated human specimens as well as advanced human and animal tissue analyses that require state-of-the-art instrumentation and expertise. The shared resource comprises several integrated components, e.g., biospecimen and data repository, customized and readily available tissue microarrays (TMAs), laser capture microdissection (LCM), matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization (MALDI) tissue imaging, and research pathology services such as histologic analysis of fixed, frozen, and stained tissues and analysis of experimental results.

University of South Carolina - McCausland Brain Imaging Center

6 Medical Park Road Columbia, SC, 29203 United States

University of South Carolina - Mass Spectrometer Center

Columbia, SC, 29208 United States

University of South Carolina Biorepository

96 Jonathan Lucas Street Charleston, SC, 29425 United StatesThe SCTR Research Nexus Laboratory processes biological specimens, provides nucleic acid extraction services, offers a variety of ELISA protocols, and has the ability to develop and customize protocols to fit individual investigator needs. The Biorepository processes and stores biological specimens collected by investigators under IRB-approved protocols. Samples can be retrieved for research purposes for IRB-approved studies. Sample types available include: plasma, DNA and urine.

VaxyGen Assay Services

645 Meeting St., Suite 2 Charleston, SC 29403 USAVaxyGen Assay Services provides custom assay services, immunoassays, and database services in support of biopharmaceutical and vaccine development.

Vitrologic

1483 Tobias Gadson Blvd. Suite 201 Charleston, SC 29407 USAVitrologic specializes in the collection of human biologicals for manufacturing, research and development in allergy, infectious disease, coagulation, oncology, rheumatology, hematology and gastroenterology.

William Jennings Bryan Dorn Medical Center

6439 Garners Ferry Road Columbia, SC 29209The William Jennings Bryan Dorn VA Medical Center (VAMC) opened in 1932 at its current location. Dorn VAMC has 204 skilled nursing beds, which includes acute medical, surgical, psychiatric, and long-term care. The hospital provides primary, secondary, and some tertiary care. In Fiscal Year (FY) 2013, Dorn VAMC gained 2.8 percent in enrolled patients. In FY 2013, there were a total of 75,813 unique patients including 6,381 female Veterans and 15,829 Veterans from the OIF/OEF/OND period of service. In FY 13, there were 936,424 outpatient visits and 5,005 inpatients treated. The Dorn VAMC provides outpatient care through seven Community Based Outpatient Clinics (CBOC) located in South Carolina in the Upstate, Midlands and Pee Dee areas of South Carolina. The seven CBOCs are located in Anderson, Florence, Greenville, Rock Hill, Orangeburg, Spartanburg and Sumter. All clinics with the exception of Rock Hill are VA employee staffed. The Rock Hill CBOC opened on July 2, 2012, and we opened a new Greenville VA Outpatient Clinic in August 2013. All clinics have a mental health component available.

William Jennings Bryan Dorn Medical Center

6439 Garners Ferry Road Columbus, SC, 29209 United StatesThe William Jennings Bryan Dorn VA Medical Center (VAMC) opened in 1932 at its current location. Dorn VAMC has 204 skilled nursing beds, which includes acute medical, surgical, psychiatric, and long-term care. The hospital provides primary, secondary, and some tertiary care. In Fiscal Year (FY) 2013, Dorn VAMC gained 2.8 percent in enrolled patients. In FY 2013, there were a total of 75,813 unique patients including 6,381 female Veterans and 15,829 Veterans from the OIF/OEF/OND period of service. In FY 13, there were 936,424 outpatient visits and 5,005 inpatients treated. The Dorn VAMC provides outpatient care through seven Community Based Outpatient Clinics (CBOC) located in South Carolina in the Upstate, Midlands and Pee Dee areas of South Carolina. The seven CBOCs are located in Anderson, Florence, Greenville, Rock Hill, Orangeburg, Spartanburg and Sumter. All clinics with the exception of Rock Hill are VA employee staffed. The Rock Hill CBOC opened on July 2, 2012, and we opened a new Greenville VA Outpatient Clinic in August 2013. All clinics have a mental health component available.

WeylChem

2114 Larry Jeffers RoadWeylChem offers API, intermediates, chiral building blocks, custom synthesis and manufacturing services.

Walter Reed Army Institute of Research (WRAIR)

503 Robert Grant AvenueWalter Reed Army Institute of Research (WRAIR) focuses on research in malaria and HIV while offering its pilot bioproduction facility to produce and develop vaccines.

Wofford College

429 North Church Street Spartanburg, SC, 29303-3663 United StatesWofford College, established in 1854, is an independent liberal arts college located in Spartanburg, S.C. It offers bachelor’s degrees in 25 major fields of study, and is well known for its programs leading to graduate and professional studies (medicine and other health professions, law, commerce, and advanced graduate study across academic disciplines). The college is committed to providing superior students an undergraduate education defined by excellence, engagement and transformation.

Xcenda

1800 Innovation Point Fort Mill, SC, 29715 United StatesFor more than 25 years, life science companies have turned to Xcenda’s leading team of value experts, transforming evidence, policy insights, and market intelligence into effective global market access strategies. Founded in the application of health outcomes and reimbursement, Xcenda, a part of AmerisourceBergen, is a premier consultancy helping clients effectively navigate today’s complex healthcare landscape. Our bench of diverse experts shares a passion to help you deliver the most distinctive body of evidence that demonstrates your value story. We strategically execute on actionable insights and differentiating data. We create innovative communications, models and tools so stakeholders understand not only what you’ve created, but why. It’s our goal to help prove the inherent worth of your products and services, maximize patient access, and enhance your overall brand performance. Trust in our committed team so you can focus on what matters most—helping patients gain access to your brand. Learn more at Xcenda.com.

Analytical and Regulatory Chemistries, Inc

2395 Cains Mill Road Sumter, South Carolina 29154.AAnalytical & Regulatory Chemistry (ARC) is a laboratory that provides analytical, regulatory and formulation services to companies worldwide. Operating under stringent quality assuarnce, our processes assure regulatory compliance with U.S. Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA) Good Laboratory Practices (GLP). ARC is a privately owned laboratory located in Sumter, South Carolina. The lab has a long history of providing a fast, efficient process for obtaining EPA registrations. The facility has been GLP-compliant since 1998, conducting product-chemistry studies and other EPA-related research projects for more than 20 clients.

Alpha Genesis, Inc.

95 Castle Hall Road Yemassee, SC, 29945 United StatesOverview: Alpha Genesis Inc. provides the highest quality nonhuman primate products and bio-research services world-wide. With a client base that extends across North America, Europe, and Asia, we are dedicated to providing only the best and most cost-effective primate research and development support to the scientific community. The Alpha Genesis Primate Research Center (AGPRC) is the designated Contract Research Organization (CRO) of Alpha Genesis Incorporated (AGI). The AGPRC research team is dedicated to fighting diseases ranging from Alzheimer’s to Zika and seeks to substantially improve human and animal health worldwide. In partnership with government organizations, private foundations, and private industry, AGPRC conducts studies seeking breakthrough discoveries of causes, preventions, treatments and cures. The highly regulated study of nonhuman primates (NHPs) is critically important, as it often precedes clinical trials in humans and cannot be replicated any other way. Primate Research Resources: The Alpha Genesis Primate Research Center is a full-service AAALAC-accredited facility that provides ready access to several thousand macaque primates maintained in our U.S. based facilities. Our domestic SPF primate breeding colonies are unique within the industry and have been used in a wide variety of research applications across all stages of primate development, from pre-natal through juvenile, adolescent, adult, and geriatric. Primate Research Capabilities: The Alpha Genesis Primate Research Center offers an extensive array of contract research capabilities from early discovery and proof-of-concept to developmental toxicology. Research areas include pharmacokinetics, compound screening, vaccine testing, efficacy assessment, pharmacology, and early lead optimization. The Center is a full-service facility that provides primate quarantine, colony maintenance, colony support, primate biological products, and on site use. Alpha Genesis - Your Primate Center of Excellence: Alpha Genesis has helped its customers conduct research projects with nonhuman primates for nearly two decades. When you conduct your research at Alpha Genesis our team will work directly with you to develop your research concept and study design in a cost-efficient and timely manner. Because we conduct our research, and maintain a large inventory of research primates, on site at our AAALAC-accredited facilities located within the U.S. you are guaranteed personalized attention from your own Alpha Genesis Research Advisor and a quick study start. Research areas routinely include: Cardiovascular studies Ocular toxicology Neurotoxicology Bone toxicology Developmental and Reproductive Toxicology (DART) Drug addiction and prevention Digestive processes Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Body composition Continuous infusion Geriatric models Pharmacokinetics (PK) Vaccine development and testing For further information please email us at info@alphagenesisinc.com

Atlantic Sweetener

3526 Centre Circle Fort Mill, SC, 29715 United StatesAtlantic Sweetener offers supply chain management of food and pharmaceutical ingredients,

AAI Pharma

4221 Faber Place Drive, Charleston, South Carolina 29405Alcami offers analytical and formulation services, clinical packaging and distribution, contract manufacturing services and oral drug delivery technologies. It also offers chemical development, salt and polymorph screening, scale up and API manufacturing, including highly potent materials.

AmbioPharm

1024 Dittman Court North Augusta SC 29842AmbioPharm, Inc. (APi) is a full-service peptide manufacturing company headquartered at our North Augusta, South Carolina, USA cGMP production site. Our second cGMP facility in Shanghai, China, performs process development & optimization, and manufactures building blocks, raw materials, and custom peptides at very large scale. Both our cGMP facilities are capable of handling any manufacturing scale required to produce bulk peptides to custom specifications using a wide range of skill sets in both solid and solution-phase chemistry. Our management team has well over 100 years cumulative experience running pilot to commercial scale production. We also perform organic conjugations to small molecules, proteins, toxoids, antifungals, KLH, and PEG.

AmbioPharm

1024 Dittman Crt North Augusta, SC, 29842 United StatesAmbioPharm, Inc. (APi) is a full-service peptide manufacturing company headquartered at our North Augusta, South Carolina, USA cGMP production site. Our second cGMP facility in Shanghai, China, performs process development & optimization, and manufactures building blocks, raw materials, and custom peptides at very large scale. Both our cGMP facilities are capable of handling any manufacturing scale required to produce bulk peptides to custom specifications using a wide range of skill sets in both solid and solution-phase chemistry. Our management team has well over 100 years cumulative experience running pilot to commercial scale production. We also perform organic conjugations to small molecules, proteins, toxoids, antifungals, KLH, and PEG.