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Chimeron Bio | January 25, 2022
Chimeron Bio, a biotechnology company pioneering a novel class of self-amplifying RNA-vaccines and therapeutics announced its plan to expand operations in the Philadelphia area and move to The Curtis, a landmark site in Center City Philadelphia under BioLabs, the leading developer and operator of life science co-working spaces in the U.S. and internationally.
The move stems from Chimeron’s need for an expanded footprint to accommodate its growing R&D team and operations....
PhageNova Bio, Inc. | December 14, 2020
PhageNova Bio, Inc. ("PhageNova") is pleased to declare the distribution of information created through a sponsored research agreement with Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. The Med (a Cell Press distribution) article, entitled Targeted Phage Display-Based Pulmonary Vaccination in Mice and Non-human Primates, portrays another technique for protected and effective pulmonary delivery of therapeutics, including an aerosol vaccination strategy which is being developed to address...
LinKinVax technology | February 04, 2022
LinKinVax, a clinical-stage biotech company, is announcing the signing of an exclusive worldwide licensing agreement with Inserm Transfert to develop a vaccine strategy with an innovative mechanism of action.
LinKinVax is developing a vaccine platform that directly targets dendritic cells.These cells play a crucial role in the immune system, stimulating and regulating immune responses.
The agreement with Inserm Transfert covers industrial and commercial use, and the...
CELL AND GENE THERAPY
EXUMA Biotech Corp. | December 22, 2021
EXUMA Biotech, Corp., a clinical-stage biotechnology company discovering and developing cell and gene therapies and delivery solutions for liquid and solid tumors, announced the completion of a $41 million Series B2 financing. The Series B2 brings the total capital raised since its inception to approximately $130 million.
Proceeds will be used to support further development of EXUMA's autologous subcutaneous rPOC CAR-TaNK platform for hematologic and solid tumors and con...
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