Phyton Biotech

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Phyton Biotech is the world’s leader in pharmaceutical plant cell fermentation (PCF®) technology. A global supplier of high quality oncology actives via PCF, our products are registered in every major country in the world. With state-of-the-art facilities near Hamburg and Vancouver, we also offer comprehensive development services via PCF for plant-based actives, complex small molecules, and a variety of products used in the treatment of cancer and other serious illnesses.

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PHYTON BIOTECH PARTNERS WITH AGENUS TO REVOLUTIONIZE QS-21 PRODUCTION

Biospace.com | January 03, 2019

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Phyton Biotech, today announced an exclusive partnership with Agenus Inc. to develop an alternative manufacturing process for QS-21 to ensure a sustainable supply of this key vaccine ingredient. Agenus received a ~$1-million grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation for a proof-of-concept study to manufacture QS-21 directly from plant cell cultures. The novel manufacturing process will be developed using Phyton Biotech’s unique Plant Cell Fermentation (PCF®) Technology platfor...

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STEM CELL MODELS OF HUMAN SPINE DEVELOPMENT UNVEILED

Drug Target Review | January 15, 2020

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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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BLUEBIRD BIO LAUNCHES FIRST GENE THERAPY FOR BETA THALASSEMIA IN GERMANY

Labiotech | January 15, 2020

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The US company bluebird bio has launched the first gene therapy for the blood disorder transfusion-dependent beta thalassemia in the EU, with a hospital in Germany becoming its first qualified treatment center. Bluebird bio’s gene therapy, branded as Zynteglo, was given conditional market approval by the EU in June 2019. It was the first gene therapy approved to treat people over 12 years of age with all but the most severe form of transfusion-dependent beta thalassemia, a condition that n...

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GENE THERAPY OFFERS HOPE FOR UNTREATABLE CTE BRAIN DISORDER

Genetic Literacy Project | January 14, 2020

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Researchers from Weill Cornell Medical College published a new study (“Anti-Phospho-Tau Gene Therapy for Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy”) in Human Gene Therapy that shows the feasibility of using gene therapy to treat the progressive neurodegenerative disorder chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE). The study demonstrated the effectiveness of direct delivery of gene therapy into the brain of a mouse model of CTE....

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PHYTON BIOTECH PARTNERS WITH AGENUS TO REVOLUTIONIZE QS-21 PRODUCTION

Biospace.com | January 03, 2019

Phyton Biotech, today announced an exclusive partnership with Agenus Inc. to develop an alternative manufacturing process for QS-21 to ensure a sustainable supply of this key vaccine ingredient. Agenus received a ~$1-million grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation for a proof-of-concept study to manufacture QS-21 directly from plant cell cultures. The novel manufacturing process will be developed using Phyton Biotech’s unique Plant Cell Fermentation (PCF®) Technology platfor...

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STEM CELL MODELS OF HUMAN SPINE DEVELOPMENT UNVEILED

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...

Read More
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BLUEBIRD BIO LAUNCHES FIRST GENE THERAPY FOR BETA THALASSEMIA IN GERMANY

Labiotech | January 15, 2020

The US company bluebird bio has launched the first gene therapy for the blood disorder transfusion-dependent beta thalassemia in the EU, with a hospital in Germany becoming its first qualified treatment center. Bluebird bio’s gene therapy, branded as Zynteglo, was given conditional market approval by the EU in June 2019. It was the first gene therapy approved to treat people over 12 years of age with all but the most severe form of transfusion-dependent beta thalassemia, a condition that n...

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news image

GENE THERAPY OFFERS HOPE FOR UNTREATABLE CTE BRAIN DISORDER

Genetic Literacy Project | January 14, 2020

Researchers from Weill Cornell Medical College published a new study (“Anti-Phospho-Tau Gene Therapy for Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy”) in Human Gene Therapy that shows the feasibility of using gene therapy to treat the progressive neurodegenerative disorder chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE). The study demonstrated the effectiveness of direct delivery of gene therapy into the brain of a mouse model of CTE....

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