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Oracle | September 16, 2021
Advances in DNA/RNA sequencing promise to revolutionize how medical communities identify, detect, and treat diseases and manage public health threats. To make this technology more accessible and increase its impact, Oracle has teamed up with Oxford Nanopore Technologies, the company behind a new generation of high-performance, rapid, scalable, and accessible sequencing technology.
Oracle and Oxford Nanopore have recently begun a collaboration to jointly explore several potential n...
Debiopharm | January 18, 2021
Debiopharm , a Swiss biopharmaceutical organization, reported the principal patient dosed in a investigator-initiated, randomized phase II, open-label clinical trial for its antiviral alisporivir (Debio 025). The examination will be led by the AP-HP to assess the adequacy and wellbeing of the cyclophilin inhibitor in the therapy of beginning phase, hospitalized COVID-19 patients who don't need clinical ventilation and have not shown indications of intense respiratory distress syndrome. The e...
Roche | January 25, 2021
Roche declares that, on 14 December, 2020, it marked a Global Business Partnership Agreement* (GBP) with Sysmex. Under this new system, the gatherings restored their obligation to the long standing Distribution, Sales and Service (DSS) arrangement, permitting Roche to keep on disseminating Sysmex hematology items, including instruments and reagents. This GBP sees the presentation of an IT Solutions Collaboration Agreement. In the recently characterized joint effort, the two organizations have co...
BioSpace | March 31, 2020
Eli Lilly and Oxford, England-based Sitryx entered an exclusive global licensing and research collaboration. The two companies will work to develop up to four preclinical compounds discovered by Sitryx for autoimmune diseases. Under the terms of the deal, Lilly is paying Sitryx $50 million up front. Lilly will also make a $10 million equity investment in the company. Sitryx will be eligible for development milestones up to $820 million, in addition to commercialization milestones and royalty pay...
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