Biochemistry Department of the CIPF

The CIPF is composed of six departments, all related to oncology: Biochemistry, Industrial Biotechnology, Experimental Oncology, Physical Chemistry, Quality and Unit Molecular and Cellular Biology

Molecular and Cell Biology Unit Department

The main tasks of the Research Department are the design and generation of molecular and cellular models in relation to our Research Projects in terms of gene cloning, recombinant protein expression, molecular pharmacology and molecular engineering of antibodies.

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Physical Chemistry

The Physical Chemistry Department specializes in the analytical and structural characterization of antibodies and derivatives (antibody-drug conjugates, bispecifics, Fab, Fc-fusion proteins, biosimilars, biobetters), antigens and antibody/antigen complexes.

Experimental Cancerology Department of the CIPF

The Experimental Cancerology Department is divided into two sections : the hybridoma group and the pharmacology group.

Industrial Biotechnology

With more than 20 years of know-how in biotechnology, the Industrial Development Teams at CIPF define and implement processes for molecules developed by Internal Research or external partners. 

Biochemistry Department of the CIPF

The primary mission of the Biochemistry Department is to produce, for research use, high-quality molecular tools such as antibodies, proteins or bioconjugates.