May 1, 2019

Project Developed By

Dr. P.S. Prasad, MD,MPH, Ph.D.

California, USA


Scientific Reason Behind the Health Facility in the Temple Arena : Hospital at Temple site is more precious than other hospitals built anywhere in the city or town. There are thousands of temples all over India in different size, shape and locations but not all of them are considered to be built the Vedic way. Generally, a temple should be located at a place where earth’s magnetic wave path passes through densely. It can be in the outskirts of a town/village or city, or in middle of the dwelling place, or on a hilltop. The essence of visiting a temple is discussed here.

Now, these temples are located strategically at a place where the positive energy is abundantly available from the magnetic and electric wave distributions of north/south pole thrust. The main idol is placed in the core center of the temple, known as “*Garbhagriha*” or *Moolasthanam*. In fact, the temple structure is built after the idol has been placed. This *Moolasthanam* is where earth’s magnetic waves are found to be maximum. We know that there are some copper plates, inscribed with Vedic scripts, buried beneath the Main Idol. What are they really? No, they are not God’s / priests’ flash cards when they forget the *shlokas*. The copper plate absorbs earth’s magnetic waves and radiates it to the surroundings. Thus a person regularly visiting a temple and walking clockwise around the Main Idol receives the beamed magnetic waves and his body absorbs it. This is a very slow process and a regular visit will let him absorb more of this positive energy. Scientifically, it is the positive energy that we all require to have a healthy life. Further, the Sanctum is closed on three sides. This increases the effect of all energies. The lamp that is lit radiates heat energy and also provides light inside the sanctum to the priests or *poojaris* performing the pooja. The ringing of the bells and the chanting of prayers takes a worshipper into trance, thus not letting his mind waver. When done in groups, this helps people forget personal problems for a while and relieve their stress. The fragrance from the flowers, the burning of camphor give out the chemical energy further

aiding in a different good aura. The effect of all these energies is supplemented by the positive energy from the idol, the copper plates and utensils in the *Moolasthanam* / *Garbagraham*. *Theertham*, the “holy” water used during the pooja to wash the idol is not plain water cleaning the dust off an idol. It is a concoction of Cardamom,*Karpura* (Benzoin), zaffron / saffron, *Tulsi* (Holy Basil), Clove, etc…Washing the idol is to charge the water with the magnetic radiations thus increasing its medicinal values. Three spoons of this holy water is distributed to devotees. Again, this water is mainly a source of magneto-therapy. Besides, the clove essence protects one from tooth decay, the saffron & *Tulsi* leafs protects one from common cold and cough, cardamom and *Pachha Karpuram* (benzoin), act as mouth fresheners. It is proved that *Theertham* is a very good blood purifier, as it is highly energized. Hence it is given as *prasadam* to the devotees. This way, one can claim to remain healthy by regularly visiting the Temples. 

This is why our elders used to suggest us to offer prayers at the temple so that you will be cured of many ailments. They were not always superstitious. Yes, in a few cases they did go overboard when due to ignorance they hoped many serious diseases could be cured at temples by deities. When people go to a temple for the *Deepaaraadhana*, and when the doors open up, the positive energy gushes out onto the persons who are there. The water that is sprinkled onto the assemblages passes on the energy to all. This also explains why men are not allowed to wear shirts at a few temples and women are requested to wear more ornaments during temple visits. It is through these jewels (metal) that positive energy is absorbed by the women. Also, it is a practice to leave newly purchased jewels at an idol’s feet and then wear them with the idol’s blessings. This act is now justified after reading this article. This act of “seeking divine blessings” before using any new article, like books or pens or automobiles may have stemmed from this through mere observation.

Energy lost in a day’s work is regained through a temple visit and one is refreshed slightly. The positive energy that is spread out in the entire temple and especially around where the main idol is placed, are simply absorbed by one’s body and mind. Did you know, every Vaishnava (Vishnu devotees), “must” visit a Vishnu temple twice every day in their location. Our practices are NOT some hard and fast rules framed by 1 man and his followers or God’s words in somebody’s dreams. All the rituals, all the practices are, in reality, well researched, studied and scientifically backed thesis which form the ways of nature to lead a good healthy life.

The scientific and research part of the practices are well camouflaged as “elder’s instructions” or “granny’s teaching’s” which should be obeyed as a mark of respect so as to once again, avoid stress to the mediocre brains. Having the above reasons the hospital site is important near the temple or build the temple in the Hospital premises.

Table of Contents

  1. Executive Summary.
  2. Introduction..
  3. Vision.
  4. Promoters.
  5. Back ground to Health Sector and current Market
  6. Socio-economic Survey.
  7. Current Health care Scenario.
  8. Medical services
  9. Emergency care
  10. Out-patient unit
  11. In-patient unit
  12. Academic services.
  13. Auxiliary services.
  14. Others Services. ( Medical Camps, Telemedicine, Rural Health Education to Public etc.)
  15. CME, Training Center and Research Division ( see in Phase 2 and 3)..
  16. Strategy and Implementation.( Getting Land from Endowments department).
  17. Strengths.(Local Support in Kakinada, support from Kakinada Physicians, NRI’s, Scientists in USA and in Europe and in India for research work.)
  18. Weakness and difficulties. ( Marketing, Temple support, local support, Government side support)
  19. Opportunities. ( nearly 500 people will be getting jobs)
  20. Threats. ( From Terrorists, Natural calamities, Earth quakes etc.)
  21.  Financial Plan. (submitted here)
  22. Financial Statements. ( submitted)
  23. Profit and Loss Statement ( submitted)
  24. Balance Sheet ( Submitted)

25.Cash flow statement( submitted)

      26. Market Share. ( To be done after the commencement of the project)

1.Executive Summary

“In the hospitals, the built in environment is the most objective and visible sign of respect for the patient, family and staff”

This Medical and Health Research institute what we are proposing at Annavaram Temple to the government of A.P having fewer components.


                        1.  A 500 bed hospital,

2. An academic facility (Medical School with PG Medical Centre, Nursing school, Allied Health Tech Courses.

3. Health Research centre.

2. Introduction:

Hospital is a Health care institution providing patient treatment with specialized staff and equipment. Hospital is the Place where the sufferers and families expect urgent health care who come with the hope that the relief and care is available.

The best-known type of hospital is the general hospital, which has an emergency department.

A district hospital typically is the major health care facility in its region, with large numbers of beds for intensive care and long-term care. Specialized hospitals include trauma center, Pedatric care, seniors’ (geriatric) Treatment Facilities, and for dealing with specific medical needs such as women and child Health, psychiatric problems etc.

Specialized general hospitals can help reduce health care costs compared to corporate hospitals. A teaching hospital combines assistance to people with teaching to medical students and nurses. The medical facility smaller than a hospital is generally called a clinic. Hospitals have a range of departments (e.g., surgery, and urgent care) and specialist units such as cardiology, Pulmonology, GI, Nephrology, Neurology etc. etc.. Some hospitals will have outpatient departments and some will have chronic treatment units. Common support units include  pharmacy, pathology, Microbiology, Bio Chemistry, Radiology, Physical Rehab etc. etc.

Hospitals are usually funded by the public sector, by Health organizations (for profit or nonprofit), health insurance companies, or charities, including direct charitable donations. Historically, hospitals were often founded and funded by religious orders or charitable individuals and leaders.  Today, hospitals are largely staffed by professional physicians, surgeons, and nurses, whereas in the past, this work was usually performed by the founding religious orders or by volunteers. In accord with the original meaning of the word, hospitals were originally “places of hospitality”, and this meaning is still preserved in the names of some institutions such as Sri SATYA SAI BABA HOSPITAL Puttaparthi, Sri Venkateswara Institute of Medical sciences, Tirupati, Mahaveer Hospital, Durgabhai Desmuk Medical centre to name are doing excellent job, however these hospitals are charging from the persons who can afford to pay.

This plan was defined in the Hospital’s Brief as a comprehensive location blueprint within the Indo American Team of doctors who wish to develop with the help of Endowments department. This Team is going to give to develop an Outline Development Control Plan (ODCP) for the hospital campus which the Hospital will “effect its known planned development program over the coming years”.

This ambitious program will develop two new major centers of clinical excellence, One is the Hospital for the Patients and the second one is Academics and Health Research. This will reinforce the Annavaram Devasthanam’s Health centre as a clinical status and as a national centre for secondary and quaternary healthcare operating from an ordered and well planned medical campus in the heart of the East Godavari district and in the state of Andhra Pradesh. The ODCP also addresses other key objectives in the brief. To allow for the further expansion of existing and proposed facilities as defined in the Brief. To develop the campus to its fullest potential, in such a manner as to maximize density and site coverage to significantly improve the environmental provisions on the campus.

3. VISION: (Annavaram Devasthanam Medical Research centre and Hospital)

The Proposed Annavaram Devasthanam Medical Research centre and Hospital has been a significant institution once it starts in the East Godavari district of A.P.  This Devasthanam is one of the oldest shrines in the country where one Naturopath Hospital is existing on the Hill. Apart from this Naturopath Hospital the need of the hour is  to build and developed  a reputed national centre of excellence for medical care, Education and Research. Twenty two kilometers radius of this Temple there is no full pledged Hospital and the public of more than two lakhs is going far places for the daily hospital needs. The Hospital’s mission is to provide all the facilities under one roof. When Patients come to this Hospital, they will experience excellence from people who are leading the way in integrated and innovative Healthcare. The hospital’s mission derives from its core philosophies and values and is defined as follows: The Hospital’s fundamental purpose is the diagnosis of illness, the delivery of the needed Health care treatment and cure as well as Health promotion, Health Education and Health promotional services at catchment, regional, supra-regional and national levels. It’s services remit ranges in complexity from secondary to quaternary level.

In Future this Hospital is an academic teaching hospital committed to the creation of an environment and the circumstances in which education and research in the health sciences and allied areas is possible and flourishes. It is the primary hospital associated with NTR Health University teaching and research facilities on site.


  1. USA Equity Participants
  2. Individual Equity Participants in  India
  3. Corporate Equity participants/
  4. Corporate Donors
  5. Financial Institutions soft loans 15 years to 20 years
  6. Philanthropy donors.
  7. Government Support

5. Back Ground to Health Sector and current Market:

This Temple is more than 600 years and located in a beautiful area surrounded by mountains and water facilities. Surrounding this great Temple there is the beautiful lake. Twenty (20) kilometers radius of this temple area nearly 2.5 Laks (2, 50,000) Population is living and there is no specialty Hospital.  This population is depending on local quaks and very few Qualified doctors who are treating the patients on outpatient basis.

Fifteen to Twenty kilometers radios of this shrine more than two Lakhs citizens are living but they don’t have the good medical facility. Because of the lack of Health care all this population is marching to Government General Hospital at Kakinada, a noble teaching hospital which is over loaded with these added patients. So this needy two Lakhs Population need a good Health care facility with all specialties.

This Annavaram Devasthanam Hospital campus is an excellent location in the district from which to provide clinical service. It is readily accessible from Vizag and Rajahmundry air ports. It is well connected to national Rail links and National Highway number 5(NH-5) which is being developed as a key transport hub. This Highway is linked to the both Air ports mentioned above.  This is going to be a Medical tourism Hub with specialty and super specialty treatments.

6. Medical Services:  This is divided into Admin Building,Trauma & Emergency Services, outpatient, in Patient, Medical Tourism,



  • In-patient unit  (See the Hospital Plan)
  • Medical tourism (See the Hospital Plan)
  • Academic services. (Phase 2 Medical college)
  • Auxiliary services.  (Phage 2Nursing and allied Health along with Medical college)
  • Others Services. ( Medical Camps, Telemedicine, Rural Health Education to Public Health Promotion etc.)

The Outline Development Control Plan (ODCP) answers the brief in providing a physical framework within which the hospital can be developed as major new facilities in an orderly fashion. The strategy will also allow the Hospital flexibility in responding to project specific funding streams. This approach is based on investing in a limited program of enabling works, which will allow the development of the allotted land by the Endowments department. This physical framework not only facilitates clinical development but also will provide a structured campus that anticipates future phases of activity to achieve the future vision for the Medical Centre more detail below.

Clinical accommodation on the campus has been designed  into  zonal activity into an emergency care, an acute care  and, an ambulatory care zone, specific sites for specialist clinical activity such as all clinical facilities like Internal Medicine, General surgery, Orthopedic Surgery, OB & GYN, Pediatrics, ENT, Ophthalmology, and all the super specialties, Pathology, Microbiology, Radiology, Radiation Oncology, therapy departments etc. The Private Rooms in the Hospital and more residential type accommodation, and designated areas for facilities management and support services. However, within this framework, buildings can be designed to optimize patient pathways to utilize opportunities for multi-disciplinary care and sharing of specialist equipment.

The continuing operation of the Hospital during all phases of development is of paramount importance. Careful consideration has been given to the phasing strategy to ensure that this can be achieved. However, the potential impact of major construction project being undertaken and should not be underestimated, and further detailed appraisals of construction access, contractors working compounds and environmental impact will need to be undertaken prior to the commencement of these developments and once there is further certainty with regard to their timing.

Already the Naturopath Hospital is existing in the Temple but this is not sufficient to give 100% Health care.  Along with the traditional  Hospital, the alternative Medical facilities also will be developed in this Hospital. Campus.

There is the future significant evidence to demonstrate that the need of the hospital environment can improve health outcomes in this region where more than two lakhs population is getting benefitted..  A good working environment has significant benefits in terms of staff recruitment and retention. In addition, patient expectations are fulfilled by giving good care.  A generation of consumers expect better and the quality of the hospital care and environment to match the level of clinical care. There is considerable disparity in the type and condition of current patient and staff environments across the state. The proposed strategic developments in this new Health care centre will provide the opportunity to redeem this imbalance and catalyze fundamental improvements in the Hospital’s environment.

Currently the developments for which the call for an expression of interest has been formatted with all the amenities of the hospital where the services are rendered.  This will also attract the several like minded groups to look into the investment part.  Through the private patients who are getting the treatment a sizable revenue will be generated. The poor anyway will get free treatment like many charitable hospitals but some kind of revenue is needed to support this Hospital.( May be Aarogyasri etc.).

2.6 Flexibility and Future Awareness:

It is essential that the overall site strategy and the individual development projects will provide flexibility in planning and design, and have an inherent capacity to respond to changing clinical practices and advancing technologies.

2.7 Site Strategy:

The site is exclusively from the endowments department and the Government of Andhra Pradesh. This is exclusively in the rules and regulations of the government.

If the above Endowment Land is not possible we request the government to allot the 100 to 150 acres of land for this project.

2.7 Procurement of Land and Funding:

It is essential that any development control plan is designed to enable the Hospital project to respond to changes in central funding allocation and also allow all the priority projects to be procured by any available mechanism – traditional, design / construct or a public private partnership. A strategy that is predicated on a program, which is in turn, based on a specific procurement route is not viable. The hospital must assess the most advantageous balance in terms of prioritizing programming objectives and seeking funding, between securing and developing the priority project and completing the approved plan.

Land, Power lines, water supply and Inside Roads, approaching Roads and water treatment Plants are the duty of the Endowments department if they come forward.

Construction of the hospital is the Private party responsibility.

( Promoters details are given in page 9)

Soft Loans from Financial Institutions.

Annavaram Temple Land Zone

2.8 Engineering Strategies:

The strategies contained in the following sections have been developed for

the Preferred Option in conjunction with information provided by the Temple Authorities and the representatives and other third party providers.

Land Allocation

Building Designs

Engineering Services

Civil and structural including Geo-environmental

Fire engineering, Sustainability,

Car parking

Environmental and Construction methodology

Health and Safety

Facilities management

The strategies prepared are for costing purposes only. All these sections are

subject to a detailed analysis at the time of defining the final requirements.

Engineering Services:

The following key principles and constraints were considered when developing

the engineering services strategies, further items are discussed within the

main report:

Identification of the land along with the help of  Endowments/Revenue department

New buildings through the construction by adopting the designs to provide flexibility where possible within the phased developments and beyond the time frame of the Outline Development Control Plan (ODCP)

Identification of general site constraints identification of development site specific constraints

A review of the  major site wide infrastructure

Preliminary discussions held with statutory authorities and other consul tees to identify external constraints and requirement.

The key strategies relating to the engineering services are as follows, further items are discussed within the main report:

General engineering services

• It is proposed that modern structural engineering services required within the time scale of the development plan.

Electrical services

• The current power to site is not capable of sustaining the proposed phased development. Up-rated power supply will be required to suit the phasing for which a new substation is proposed for the later phases. The Temple will provide the Power

Mechanical services

• Gas, water, Drinage, Rain flooded water, Central air conditioning and other mechanical tools will be taken care by the respective Engineering department.

Car Parking :

The development of the site will involve the parking provision in order to provide development sites. Parking will need to be  provided to serve the planned new buildings. In the end-state, a similar level of parking to the existing situation could be provided on-site through the following provision: Parking provided in the basement of each of the proposed buildings Provision of some surface parking also be considered.


All The Health Care Facilities are under one Roof

The growth in the healthcare services in INDIA is driven by the 450 million strong middle class people aspiring for quality healthcare services, thus increasing international confidence on India as a potential, high quality and low cost medical tourism destination. This middle class will increase to another 100 million by next Five years as the Per capita income will enhance in the next five years. As a result India needs to add 80,000 hospital beds each year for the next five years to meet the demands of its growing population (500,000 beds). High quality talent pool, proven track record, favorable government policies, ability to deliver healthcare services at low cost and high quality infrastructure has put India on the global map for outsourcing various healthcare related services, that what I call this as “THE MEDICAL TOURISM”.  In this scenario of building this facility, patients are visiting all over India to our centre as well as patients from all over Europe, Africa and Asia  who seek quality medical care and low cost will visit our facility.

This Health City plan and Medical Tourism is the unique one developed by our expert team In India, Switzerland, UK, USA, and none have developed this plan so far in the present world.

We differ with others as we included all the other disciplines of Health and Medicine in this project.

Health care means usually Moderen Medicine or Allopathic Medicine, but in my experience I have seen that other Medical disciplines like Ayurvedic Medicine, Naturopathy, Homeopathy, Siddha,etc. cured some diseases where allopathic medicine failed.  This simple reason I added other allied Health in this Health project, but the main focus in this plan is modern medicine as most of the surgical and other procedures are best only in the Modern medicine (allopathic medicine).  These Surgical procedures are needed in Emergency as well as non Emergency as the Physician decides that SURGERY IS THE ONLY OPTION. As Other Disciplines are also gaining the momentum in the present world and People in the western and Asian countries are willing to take the needed treatment for their well being. Most of the Population in the present world is aware of this kind of new concept but the Facility under one roof is not yet established by any Corporate Hospital in the world. Modern Medicine (Allopathic) is not the final treatment answer for every disease.  In the other Disciplines we do have excellent treatments and cure is eminent.  Therefore I decided to establish the Health City plan which is beneficial to the society.  My plan is not yet developed by any Health care institutions in the world so far.

This Project Have Four Phases. ( Total Beds 500)

I. Phase:

  1. Acquire 100 to 200 acre of land  ( Given by Endowments Department)                       

 B)  To built 500 bed Hospital. Out of 500 beds 100 is exclusively for Surgery( Medical Tourism) and  two 200 beds for other branches.                             

100 beds Exclusively for Surgery- Medical Tourism (Allopathic Medicine) and Recruit Experts in India And invite experts all over the world (USA, UK, etc.).

100 beds single rooms for Surgery.


X-Ray Fixed 2———————-}

X- Ray Digital-2——————-}                                                       00 :50 lakhs

MRI ( GE) 3.0 Tesla—12 cr ———————————-                  12 :00cr

CT SCAN- 124 slices     5 cr———————————–                 05 :00 

Ultra Sound-2 color dopplar———————————-                 01 :00

Radation Therapy—

Color Dopplar— 2— —————————————-                      01 :00

Pathology:      }

Microbiology: }                                                                                   01 :00

Hematology:  }

Bio Chemistry:}

BLOOD BANK:                                                                               00:50

PFT & Pulmonary lab                                                                      00:50

SURGICAL OPERATING THEATERS:                                                  05:00


Ortho Pediatrics


Laproscopic Surgery Room:

OB &GYN Delivery Room:

Small OT’s 6

for procedures

Cardiac Cath and Angioplasty                                                          05:00

ICU                                                                                                       01:00

CCU                                                                                                     01:00


                        Total For Lab Equipment                                        Cr 33:50



(1)ESTIMATE FOR 100 BEDS( Single Rooms)

EACH ROOM SIZE                                                                            10X12     120 SQ Ft

BATH ROOM Size                                                                                9X9      = 81 SQ Ft

TOTAL SIZE OF ROOM with attached bath                                                     =201 SQ Ft

COST  FOR ONE SQ FT       ————————————————-Rs.4000

For one Single Room  one Bed > 201 Sq Ft X Rs 4000 =  Rs.804000( this include every thing)

100  single Rooms       > 100 x Rs. 804000           =   8,04,00000( 8 cr and four lakhs)

II. Phase:  Academics( A detailed plan will be submitted for this once the Phase one is completed)

Under Academics we have

1.Medical College with PG centre, All 20 departments with labs

2.Nursing college

3. Allied Health science courses.( 10 of them)

All the above need 10 lakhs SQ feet

Boys Hostel

Girls Hostel

PG Hostel for boys

PG Hostel for Girls

Professors Quarters

Warden quarters

Guest HHHh  ouses

Sports Pavilion and Stadium

II Phase costs 200 Cr

Second Phase is exclusively Academics

  3. ALLIED HEALTH( Technical courses)
  5. Bio molecular medicine” The new concept designed by likeminded people which is not yet commenced anywhere in the world.

III. Integrated Health plan: need 10 acres of land and  Research Development: BIOCURIOUS PROJECT


Health Research: Health Research is very slim in India. The aim is to produce 100 scientists in the next five years with International reputation.  The Research in the Indian Universities are very poor compared to the Western countries and the USA Universities.  Because of the Research and in turn invention & Innovation the USA Universities are remarkable and giving the leading role to their country where we failed in India.


The initiative of a BIOCURIOUS science depot is the backbone of the idea that innovations in biology should be accessible, affordable and open to everyone.

Despite the tongue-in –cheek name, the community biology lab is serious idea about science and science education and serves amateurs, inventors and entrepreneurs- basically anyone who want to experiment with science to develop logic and plant seeds for the young brain and nurture the developing scientist idea.

BioCurious will be the only biotech lab of its kind In the Andhra Pradesh where people can come and learn about biotechnology and science and really get their hands on experience under the supervision of the teacher and /or the staff of Biocurious Science depot.

Most of the facilities like PCR, a low-cost DNA copy machine for hobbyists and scientists, Spectrophotometer for analysis, identification and characterization of chemicals and molecules of interest; HPLC for the participation and analysis of complex mixture; Biosafety I lab for conducting various microbiological experiment which can be expanded to Biosafety level II for tissue culture and stem cell research, electron/fluorescence microscopy for looking at complex process of biological reaction. Micro array and DNA sequencer for the analyzing and identifying the genetic therapy. In other words Everyone blends together here: computer engineers, biotech scientists, high school students, artists-we’re all a little Biocurious.

2. Space Needed:

Initially around 3500-4000sq. Ft of space is needed to set up the facilities for various analytical tools. More space will be necessary as the demand grows for commercial services for the pharma industries and other private sectors.

3. Who Will use this Facilitites?

  • Small to medium scale Pharma Industries
  • Private schools and Medical Colleges
  • Teachers and upcoming scientists who have a limited research facilities
  • Technocrates to develop equipments needed in medical science and physical sciences field


Biocurious will be the leading marketplace for life science, Physical Sciences and pharmaceutical research services. Following services are planned to be available.

Cell Based Assays

Sell-bases assays are vital for the testing compounds and drug candidates for activity. Assays can indicate a range of information, including cell development, drug interaction, or Pathway analysis. Assays include:

  • Proprietary Cell- Based Assays
  • High- throughput Fluorescence Screens
  • Primary Cells and proprietary Cells
  • Angiogenesis
  • Anti  virals
  • Apoptosis
  • Cell Adhesion
  • Cell Assay Kits
  • Cell Cycle
  • Cell Migration
  • Cell proliferation
  • Cell Viability
  • Ciliary Motility
  • Coagulation
  • Cytokines
  • Glucose Uptake
  • High content Screening
  • Inflammation Assays
  • Lipolysis
  • Microbiology
  • Monomine Uptake
  • Osteoclasts
  • Oxidative Burst
  • Reporter Genes

Protein Services

Protein analysis and tagging are key steps in understanding the effects of compounds and treatments on your target disease outcome as well ad uncovering potentially hazardous downstream effects. Have expert CROs help you find out what service you need to progress on your project, or have them provide a quote for your desired protein service.

  • Catlog peptides
  • Microarray Spotting
  • Peptide Synthesis
  • Phage Display
  • Phosphorylation Analysis
  • Protein Analysis
  • Protein Conjugation
  • Protein Productiom
  • Protein Products
  • Protein Purification
  • Protein Sequencing
  • Virus Production
  •  Western Blots
  • Yeast Two-Hybrid


Catching Cyototoxicity issues early in drug discovery and prior to expensive GLP and non-GLP toxicology studies has become of critical importance.

  • ACDC ABD CDC Assays
  • Apoptosis Assay
  • Cardiomyocytes
  • Cell Proliferation
  • Endothelial Cells
  • Epidermal Cells
  • Hematopoietic Cells
  • Hepatocytes
  • Neuronal Cells
  • Tuble Epithelial Cells
  • Zebrafish Embryos

Drug Target Assays

Testing drug candidates at multiple concentrations under multiple conditions, benchmarks your drug’s activities to those of reference compounds(e.g., agonists or antagonists), and discover potential off- target effects.

  • Dehydrogenases
  • Deubiquitylases
  • GPCRs
  • HT Screening
  • Ion Channels
  • Kinases
  • Nitric Oxide Synthases
  • Nuclear Receptors
  • Peroxidases
  • Phosphodiesterases
  • Polymerases
  • Proteases
  • Selectivity Profiling
  • Target Assay Kits
  • Target validation
  • Transporters
  • Ubiquitin Ligases

Bio safety Services

Outsourced Bio Safety Testing Services are a reliable and affordable option for testing biologics and maintaining cell culture purity for Pharmacological production. Services include master cell banking, master cell banking, viral testing, cell line characterization, raw materials testing, and tumorigenicity testing. CROs will ensure cells and biologics, store cells and provide standardized testing methods.

  • Cell line Characterization
  • Host Cell Protein
  • Master Cell Banking
  • Microbial Testing
  • Raw Materials Testing
  • Residual DNA Analysis
  • Tumorigenicity Testing
  • Viral testing


Outsourced Pharmacology studies are a reliable and affordable option for does testing and pre-clinical screening of compounds and xenobiotics for a wide variety of neurological disorders. CROs will house animals, perform assays and provide standardized testing for outcomes and Pharmakinetics.

  • Alzeimer’s Disease
  • Anxiety
  • Behavioral Tests
  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Circadian Profiling
  • Depression
  • Epilepsy
  • Huntington’s Disease
  • Olfactory Testing
  • Parkinson’s Disease
  • Schizophrenia
  • Sclerosis –ALS
  • Spinal Injury
  • Stroke

Infectious Disease Models

Outsourced Pharmacology studies are a reliable and affordable option for dose testing and pre-clinical screening of compounds and xenobiotics for infectious disease. CROs house animals, maintain pathogen strains and provide standardized testing for outcomes and Pharmacokinetics.

  • Bacterial Infections
  • Dengue Virus
  • Hepatitis B Virus
  • Hepatitis C Virus
  • Influenza
  • LCMV Mouse
  • Malaria
  • Viral Infection


Compound Distribution

  • Blood Brain Barrier
  • Blood Partitioning
  • Mass Balance
  • Multidrug Resistance
  • Tissue Distribution
  • Whole Body Radiograph

Metabolic Stability

  • GI Fluid Stability
  • Hepatocytes
  • Microsomes
  • Plasma Stability

In Vivo PK

  • Bioequivalence
  • Formulation Development
  • Mouse PK
  • Non-rodent PK
  • Ocular PK
  • PK-PD Analysis
  • Rat PK

 (1).  2. Space Needed:

Initially around 40,000 sq. Ft of space is needed to set up the facilities for various analytical tools. More space will be necessary as the demand grows for commercial services for the pharma industries and other private sectors

(2) 3- Tissue culture incubator with humidity, temperature and oxygen-carbon dioxide-nitogen-air regulators.

(Approximate $10,000ea=$30,000)

(3) 2 tissue culture hood -6th wide, with air curtain and negative pressure (Approximate$9,000 each = 18,000)

(4)4- hypobaric / Hyperberic chamber with temp control and gas inlet/outlet ($800 ea=$3,200)

(5) Comet electrophoresis equipment($15,000)

(6) Software forvisulizin and analyzing comet(12,000)

(7) 10-multi channel/variable channel pipets of various capacities($500 ea =$5,000)

(8) Misc for maintaining and manipulating cells ($2,500)

(9) fluorescence micro plate reader($8,000)

(10) inverted phase contrast microscope with fluorescence attachments ($8,000)

 (11) Dissection microscope with monitor($3,000)

RT PCR ($50,000)

2. Space Needed

Initially around 3500-4000sq. Ft of space is needed to set up the facilities for various analytical tools. More space will be necessary as the demand grows for commercial services for the pharma industries and other private sectors

2. Post Docs

3. Jr. Research Fellow

Consultant fees

Recurring Charges

1. Animals

2. Media and Chemicals

3. Dissection and other surgical instruments.

4. Sense- antisense neucleotide synthesis