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PR Newswire | April 07, 2020
Many companies searching for an effective therapy or vaccine for the present world health crisis are focusing on creating a vaccine from the immune system. Key to the race to develop a vaccine for the new coronavirus is a technology that uses the virus' genetic code to essentially persuade your body to make its own vaccine. This technique is faster than egg-based manufacturing, which produces the majority of annual flu vaccines… And it's enabling a possible vaccine for the new cor...
Industrial Impact, Medical
Nimble Therapeutics | December 14, 2022
Nimble Therapeutics Inc., a leading peptide therapeutics company, announced they have achieved discovery milestones for two programs partnered with a large pharma company. For each program, Nimble has delivered lead compounds ready for further pre-clinical testing and subsequent IND studies. As with all its partnered research programs, Nimble remains eligible for additional future pre-clinical, clinical, and commercial milestones, and royalties attached to each program as development progresses....
Cell and Gene Therapy, Industrial Impact
Center for Breakthrough Medicines | February 27, 2023
Center for Breakthrough Medicines (CBM), a leading contract development and manufacturing organization dedicated to addressing the challenges of commercializing cell and gene therapies, and Virion Therapeutics, a clinical-stage biotech firm focused on developing accessible and adaptable CD8+ T cell-based technologies for cancer and infectious diseases, have recently announced a strategic collaboration agreement.
CBM will partner and manufacture with Virion Therapeutics on their ...
Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology News | April 24, 2020
Investigators at the German Cancer Research Center in Heidelberg (DKFZ) and the Mannheim Medical Faculty of the University of Heidelberg have released data on an antibody they created that blocks a receptor that stimulates the formation of new blood vessels in tumors and metastasis. Findings from the new stud—published recently in EMBO Molecular Medicine through an article entitled “Preclinical validation of a novel metastasis‐inhibiting Tie1 function‐blocking antibody”—s...
Medical, Industry Outlook
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