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Astellas Pharma Inc. and Dyno Therapeutics, Inc. announced an option and license agreement was signed on November 23 to develop next-generation adeno-associated virus vectors for gene therapy directed to skeletal and cardiac muscle using Dyno's CapsidMap™ platform. Dyno's CapsidMap platform represents a transformative approach applying in vivo experimental data and machine learning to create novel AAV capsids – the cell-targeting protein shells of viral vectors...

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PANCREATIC CANCER CELLS HARNESS NORMAL TISSUE TURNOVER TO BUILD PROTECTIVE BARRIERS

NYU Langone Health | April 05, 2022

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In the presence of pancreatic tumors, certain immune cells break down structural proteins into molecules that trigger the building of dense tissue, a known barrier to therapy, a new study finds. Led by researchers from NYU Grossman School of Medicine, the study revolves around the dense protein meshwork that supports organs and helps to rebuild damaged tissue. Collagen protein fibers, the major component of the mesh, are continually broken down and replaced to maintain tensi...

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RAPID RESHORE & DEVELOPMENT AND BRAINSTORM CELL THERAPEUTICS ANNOUNCE AGREEMENT TO ADVANCE CONSTRUCTION OF BRAINSTORM'S U.S. MANUFACTURING FACILIT

BrainStorm Cell Therapeutics | October 26, 2020

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Rapid Reshore & Development (RR&D), an alliance of three specialized firms, and BrainStorm Cell Therapeutics, Inc (NASDAQ: BCLI), a leading developer of adult stem cell therapies for neurodegenerative diseases, announced that BrainStorm has selected RR&D as its partner to expedite site selection and design services for a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility for NurOwn® (autologous MSC-NTF) in the U.S. BrainStorm is investigating NurOwn as a potential treatment for neurodegener...

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AVANTGEN ANNOUNCES LICENSING OF ITS ANTI-SARS-COV-2 ANTIBODY CLONES TO IGM BIOSCIENCES FOR COVID-19 THERAPY DEVELOPMENT

AvantGen | January 12, 2021

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AvantGen, Inc., a San Diego-based biotechnology organization with a variety of innovation stages for neutralizer revelation and enhancement, and novel NK and T cell engager age, today reported permitting of a board of its anti-SARS-CoV-2 antibody clones to IGM Biosciences for COVID-19 therapy development. Utilizing its novel yeast show framework and huge different human antibody response libraries, AvantGen has distinguished a board of high partiality human monoclonal antibody clo...

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ASTELLAS AND DYNO THERAPEUTICS ANNOUNCE RESEARCH COLLABORATION TO DEVELOP NEXT-GENERATION AAV GENE THERAPY VECTORS FOR SKELETAL AND CARDIAC MUSCLE

Astellas Pharma Inc. and Dyno Therapeutics, Inc. | December 02, 2021

Astellas Pharma Inc. and Dyno Therapeutics, Inc. announced an option and license agreement was signed on November 23 to develop next-generation adeno-associated virus vectors for gene therapy directed to skeletal and cardiac muscle using Dyno's CapsidMap™ platform. Dyno's CapsidMap platform represents a transformative approach applying in vivo experimental data and machine learning to create novel AAV capsids – the cell-targeting protein shells of viral vectors...

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PANCREATIC CANCER CELLS HARNESS NORMAL TISSUE TURNOVER TO BUILD PROTECTIVE BARRIERS

NYU Langone Health | April 05, 2022

In the presence of pancreatic tumors, certain immune cells break down structural proteins into molecules that trigger the building of dense tissue, a known barrier to therapy, a new study finds. Led by researchers from NYU Grossman School of Medicine, the study revolves around the dense protein meshwork that supports organs and helps to rebuild damaged tissue. Collagen protein fibers, the major component of the mesh, are continually broken down and replaced to maintain tensi...

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CELL AND GENE THERAPY

RAPID RESHORE & DEVELOPMENT AND BRAINSTORM CELL THERAPEUTICS ANNOUNCE AGREEMENT TO ADVANCE CONSTRUCTION OF BRAINSTORM'S U.S. MANUFACTURING FACILIT

BrainStorm Cell Therapeutics | October 26, 2020

Rapid Reshore & Development (RR&D), an alliance of three specialized firms, and BrainStorm Cell Therapeutics, Inc (NASDAQ: BCLI), a leading developer of adult stem cell therapies for neurodegenerative diseases, announced that BrainStorm has selected RR&D as its partner to expedite site selection and design services for a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility for NurOwn® (autologous MSC-NTF) in the U.S. BrainStorm is investigating NurOwn as a potential treatment for neurodegener...

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AVANTGEN ANNOUNCES LICENSING OF ITS ANTI-SARS-COV-2 ANTIBODY CLONES TO IGM BIOSCIENCES FOR COVID-19 THERAPY DEVELOPMENT

AvantGen | January 12, 2021

AvantGen, Inc., a San Diego-based biotechnology organization with a variety of innovation stages for neutralizer revelation and enhancement, and novel NK and T cell engager age, today reported permitting of a board of its anti-SARS-CoV-2 antibody clones to IGM Biosciences for COVID-19 therapy development. Utilizing its novel yeast show framework and huge different human antibody response libraries, AvantGen has distinguished a board of high partiality human monoclonal antibody clo...

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