Researchers demonstrate the efficacy and safety of stabilising protein drugs with a reversible PEGylation material called PEG-PRX.
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How close are we to oral biologic drug delivery? Will biomedical devices be essential in overcoming drug delivery challenges? Discover all this and more in this podcast with MIT's Assistant Professor Giovanni Traverso.
Children with cystic fibrosis aged six to11 years could benefit from Kaftrio® in combination with ivacaftor, as a treatment targeting the underlying cause of the disease.
On 30 November and 1 December 2021, European Pharmaceutical Review hosted its first ever event – The Future of QA/QC for Complex Biologics Online Summit. Bringing together more than 600 attendees, 15 expert speakers and Thermo Fisher Scientific and Merck as sponsors, the summit gave industry experts the chance to…
In this article, Robert Newman and Tom Fletcher explore how the bioprocessing industry has changed in the last 50 years and where the future may lead…
Creating new biologic drugs from early research is a complex process, but certain development methodologies and practices are proving to reach clinical and commercial goals faster. In this article, Seahee Kim from Samsung Biologics provides insight into how contract development and manufacturing organisations (CDMOs) are applying new and effective methodologies…
Looking at patent and publication data, researchers show the applications and potential of cell-free protein synthesis systems are growing.
Higher order protein catenation enables the development of artificial antibodies with improved binding affinity and prolonged serum half-life, shows study.
Researchers review how miniaturised process analytical technologies (PAT), microfluidic affinity assays and microchip capillary electrophoresis, enhance bioprocess monitoring and control.
Researchers have created a new workflow using pepsin to expedite the LC-MS analysis of adeno associated virus (AAV) capsid proteins for gene therapies.
Host cell protein-automated iterative mass spectrometry (HCP-AIMS) enables the robust, reproducible and high throughput analysis of host cell proteins, says study.
New study finds patients receiving chemotherapy have lower COVID-19 antibody levels post-vaccination than patients receiving targeted cancer therapy.
According to researchers, amphibian foam from the nests of the túngara frog could revolutionise topical, vaginal and rectal drug delivery.
Experts suggest membrane-based technologies could become a vital component in end-to-end intensified bioprocesses for monoclonal antibodies.
Review shows nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy has the potential to enhance biologic drug formulation, optimising delivery and bioavailability.