Researchers have discovered low-cost preservatives that enable freeze-dried cellular machinery to retain full activity when stored at room temperature for cell-free biotechnology.
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Researchers have shown that the CALB lipase enzyme can be used to produce macrocycles of a specified shape using biocatalysis.
The US NIH has initiated a clinical trial for remdesivir and two pharmaceutical companies will work together to manufacture antibody treatments to tackle the coronavirus.
Chemists have synthesised a single catalyst, able to perform multistep cascades of chemical reactions to produce a pharmaceutical product.
Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy is a technique that most have heard of but many avoid, especially when dealing with larger biological macromolecules. Why? The common wisdom is that NMR can be complicated, expensive and involves quantum physics and complex equations. In the fast-paced industrial biopharmaceutical environment there may be…
European Pharmaceutical Review explores how plants can be used for large-scale, glycosylated protein bioproduction for the pharma industry.
Scientists have divised a way to manufacture protein drugs using lettuce leaves, which has presented a potential drug for pulmonary arterial hypertension.
Within this issue are articles which investigate polyelectrolyte multilayers as drug carriers, discuss how developments in pharma impact logistics and examine how the industry can regulate heavy metals in medicinal cannabis. Other features include how to use the correct tablet tooling and trends for the CDMO sector this year.
A collaboration between the NIBRT and Avantor aims to address issues faced in downstream bioprocessing during buffer preparation for mAbs.
A study showed that bone stem cells rearrange degrading microporous annealed particle (MAP) hydrogels, promoting their growth.
An innovation in hydrogels has created a portable, reusable chemical-producing platform that could provide access to essential pharmaceuticals without specialised storage requirements.
Research has predicted that the global single-use bioprocessing market will exhibit a CAGR of 13.6 percent over the forecast period until 2025.
Research has revealed that the biotechnology industry was worth £1.3 billion in 2019, marking its third-highest year for investment.
The mAb tislelizumab has been granted approval from Chinese authorities, making Boehringer Ingelheim Biopharmaceuticals the first MAH under the new system.
Mergers and acquisitions in any market can define the landscape for its players. In this article, Emma Danks of Taylor Wessing reflects on recent M&A activity in the biopharmaceutical industry, highlighting influencing trends and what this might mean for the future.