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DNA VACCINE TECHNOLOGY – A Vaccine Breakthrough That Could Change Lives & Enable Vaccine Development Programs August 31, 2015
William Hearl, PhD, asks what if there was the potential for a better and safer treatment for allergies, a less-toxic cancer therapy, or a breakthrough treatment to improve the health of a pet or valuable livestock? What if you could employ a new, patented technology that may make these treatments possible?
AELIX Therapeutics Enrolls First Patient in HIV Vaccine Trial September 11, 2017AELIX Therapeutics recently announced that it has enrolled the first patient in its Phase 1 clinical trial for the assessment...
PROTEIN THERAPEUTICS MARKET – Technology Advances Spur Market Growth of Protein Therapies November 7, 2016
Laurie L. Sullivan and Shalini S. Dewan, BCC Research Analysts, believe with the advent of genetic engineering and recombinant DNA technology, it is now possible to produce a wide variety of human proteins, and that these novel technologies have lifted the market for therapeutic proteins to new heights.
James Brady, PhD, Karen Donato, PhD, and Krista Steger, PhD, indicate that with unmatched quality, flexibility, and scalability, flow electroporation is a universal, cost-effective platform that supports the full range of biotherapeutic and vaccine development activities.
Kevin James, Shalini Dewan, MS, and Jon Evans, MBA, say the global market for DNA vaccines is estimated at $305.3 million for 2014 and is forecast to grow at a stellar 54.8% compound annual growth rate (CAGR) to reach $2.7 billion by 2019.
VACCINE TECHNOLOGY – Vaccine Technologies & the Rationale for New Nanoparticle Formulations October 3, 2014
Robert S. Becker, PhD, MBA, and Mark A. Mitchnick, MD, explain how SATx technology provides a new flexible formulation platform for the generation of nanoparticulate vaccine formulations without the limitations of previous formulation technologies that have inhibited the optimization of vaccine potencies and safety profiles.