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BioTech Life Sciences | August 06, 2020
BioTech Life Sciences (BioTech – https://btl.science) recently announced it was studying the effects of its proprietary formulas on long-term patient symptoms related to COVID-19 Post-Viral Fatigue (long-haulers) and chronic fatigue syndrome (C.F.S.).The findings will be a part of a larger research study undertaken by the company, and is currently calling for voluntary participants; especially those who suffer from myalgic encephalomyelitis (M.E.), chronic fatigue syndrome, or Post-V...
PostEra | January 12, 2022
PostEra, a biotechnology company specializing in machine learning for preclinical drug discovery, announced the expansion of the company's existing strategic collaboration with Pfizer. The expanded multi-target research program will establish an AI Lab where PostEra and Pfizer jointly advance multiple drug discovery programs with an initial focus in oncology and COVID-19 antiviral therapeutics. The AI Lab will leverage novel machine learning for medicinal chemistry built upon Pfizer's da...
CELL AND GENE THERAPY
Matica Biotechnology, Inc. | October 19, 2021
Matica Biotechnology, Inc, (Matica Bio) a contract development and manufacturing organization (CDMO) specializing in the clinical and commercial production of cell and gene therapies, today announced a joint research agreement (JRA) with Sartorius, a leading international partner of the biopharmaceutical industry. Under this agreement, Matica Bio and Sartorius will work on a number of studies together to streamline and optimize PAT technologies, automation software, and single-use platforms offe...
Labiotech.eu | January 27, 2020
The cancer vaccine developer Ervaxx has licensed a preclinical-stage ‘universal’ cancer immunotherapy based on the recent discovery of a new strain of immune T-cells at Cardiff University, UK. Last week, a team led by researchers at Cardiff University published research about T-cells capable of hunting a wide range of cancers including leukemia and melanoma. Experiments in vitro and in mice suggested that these T-cells could form the basis of a ‘universal’ cancer immunoth...
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