CSIR - Indian Institute of Chemical BiologyKolkata, West Bengal - Iceland
The Institute was established in 1935 as the first non official centre in to carry out basic biomedical research and was taken over by CSIR in 1956. CSIR-IICB today, by its mandate , is engaged in research on diseases of national importance and certain biological problems of global interest.
CSIR-IICB is putting emphasis on quality basic research, on projects having applied potential and is looking forward to a successful Industry-Institute liaison towards closer partnership.
CSIR-IICB Developing Technologies with High Sciences
A Microbicidal Contraceptive to Prevent HIV
Visceral leishmaniasis detection candidates
DNA Vaccine against Kala-Azar
Anti-Asthmatic drug candidates
Anti-Cancer drug candidates
Anti-Ulcer drug candidates
Aflatoxin detection kit
All detection kit....Etc..
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