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BioSpace | March 12, 2020
Cambridge, Mass.-based Kymera Therapeutics closed a $102 million Series C funding round to continue advancing the company’s lead targeted protein degradation asset for oncology and immunology. Kymera's lead program targets IRAK4, a protein that is known to play a significant role in inflammation that is mediated by toll-like and IL-1 receptors. Kymera aims to advance its IRAK4 degrader program in a variety of autoinflammatory and autoimmune diseases, as well as in precision-medicine ta...
Quantum Genomics | December 06, 2021
Quantum Genomics, a biopharmaceutical company specializing in the development of first-in-class drugs directly targeting the brain to treat complex/resistant hypertension, has announced the signing of an exclusive license and production agreement with Julphar to market and produce firibastat in the Middle East, all African countries, Commonwealth of Independent States and Turkey.
A pharmaceutical company based in the United Arab Emirates and leader in the MENA region, Julphar will...
Tavotek | May 25, 2020
Tavotek Biotherapeutics, a biotech company which develops novel biologics for autoimmune diseases and oncology, announced that it has entered into a research agreement with Genmab A/S of Denmark to create and develop bispecific antibodies using Genmab's DuoBody® technology platform against disease relevant target antigens. Tavotek employs TavoSelect™, with proprietary VHO phage and Fab phage libraries, to efficiently identify lead molecules for generation of bispecific antibodies a...
Drug Target Review | January 15, 2020
Scientists have created the first lab-dish models of the cellular clock, where each ‘tick’ stimulates the formation of the vertebra, which uses stem cells derived from adult human tissue. Over 20 years ago, Olivier Pourquié’s lab at Harvard University, US discovered a cellular clock in chicken embryos where each ‘tick’ stimulates the formation of a structure called a somite that ultimately becomes a vertebra. Now, Pourquié has led one of two teams to c...
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