Eli Lilly and Company has announced the acquisition of California-based biotech company, Protomer Technologies.
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Glycosylation of therapeutic proteins is important to biologic drug development and is a critical quality attribute that is monitored during manufacturing. Analysis of O-glycans is technically challenging compared to that of N-glycans. In this review, Xiaofeng Shi, Saulius Vainauskas and Christopher H Taron summarise current O-glycan analytical approaches, describe the…
Evonik and Stanford University will collaborate over three years to advance an innovative polymer-based drug delivery system that could further the use of mRNA therapeutics.
Study results show AADvac1, a first-in-man Alzheimer's disease tau vaccine, is safe and potentially of benefit for patients with mild disease.
In this article, Dr Ash Ramzan, principal consultant at Woodley BioReg, discusses the five key challenges preventing biosimilars from reaching their full potential.
In a Phase II trial, injecting GAD-alum into the lymph nodes of newly diagnosed type 1 diabetes patients with a genetic variant slowed insulin production degradation.
Investigators at the Goethe University of Frankfurt believe that post-transcriptional modifications may be causing the clotting problems associated with recombinant vector COVID-19 vaccines.
27 May 2021 | By Repligen
Watch this on-demand webinar, where we reviewed VPT and how it can be used in various applications, from protein therapeutics to gene therapy.
Enriching cell-free gene expression system extracts with membrane bound vesicles can significantly increase their ability to produce protein-based products, shows study.
Plasma-derived therapies and medicines provide life-changing treatments for patients around the world who suffer from serious, and often rare, diseases that affect the immune system or result from non-functioning proteins in blood plasma. Carole Resman, Executive Vice President Production at LFB, describes the complex and highly regulated manufacturing process of…
Download this in-depth focus to learn about how the logistics industry rose to the challenge of the COVID-19 vaccine rollout and the complexities of the production process for plasma derived therapies.
The spin-out from the Universities of Helsinki and Eastern Finland will leverage years of research to test and bring to market a nasal spray vaccine against COVID-19.
The novel, non-invasive test detects a rejection signature within mRNA isolated from urine and could, with further development, be used instead of biopsies to identify transplant rejection.
Under a licensing and collaboration agreement, Partner Therapeutics will evaluate whether FX-06 could be used to treat multiple biothreats of interest to the US Government.