This Global Formulation Report is a joint initiative by Drug Development & Delivery and PharmaCircle LLC, covering several areas of significant interest in today’s ever-challenging pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries.
Cecilia Van Cauwenberghe, MS, Technical Insights Senior Research Analyst, Frost & Sullivan, reports that the proliferation of lower cost microfluidics-based genomics tools offering improved capabilities and allowing more access to end-users is expected to drive this technology for pharmaceutical and biomedical research throughout the next 5 years.
GLOBAL DELIVERY MARKET – Advanced Drug Delivery Systems: mAb, RNAi, & Breaking the Blood-Brain Barrier
Kevin James, Shalini Dewan, MS, Kim Lawson, and Usha Nagavarapu believe advances in understanding human biology and diseases are opening new and exciting possibilities in the biotechnology industry. R&D spending, along with increasing competition, patent expiries, and new and emerging technologies will continue to shape growth in this market for the foreseeable future.
Kevin James, Jackson Highsmith, and Paul Evers report the global market for nanoparticles in the life sciences is estimated at over $29.6 billion for 2014. This market is forecast to grow to more than $79.8 billion by 2019, to register a healthy compound annual growth rate of 22%. The biggest increase will come in the area of drug delivery systems.
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.
PERSONALIZED MEDICINE – Targeted, Personalized Therapy is the Future of Chronic Disease Therapeutics
The global life sciences sector is employing new research and development (R&D) and business models to cost effectively deliver innovation, value, and improved patient outcomes.…
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.
Archana Gangakhedkar, MS, and Jyothi Thundimadathil, PhD, indicate peptide-based linkers are promising counterparts in ADCs, providing tumor-specific cleavable and stable circulating linkers, and a new emerging class of PDCs is proving to be useful toward a broad spectrum of indications when compared to ADCs.
Robyn M. Barfield, PhD, and David Rabuka, PhD, say that despite challenges, there has been progress in advancing complex compounds through clinical trials and successfully treating patients, and these bioconjugate compounds include a subset of molecules known as ADCs.
EXECUTIVE INTERVIEW – BioCellChallenge: Optimizing the Potential of Intracellular Therapeutic Antibodies
Drug Development Executive: Dr. Laurent Meunier, CEO of BioCellChallenge, discusses the development of a new liposomal formulation allowing the use of intracellular therapeutic antibodies.
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Y-mAbs Therapeutics, Inc. recently announced the US FDA has cleared the Investigational New Drug (IND) application for a humanized bispecific GD2 antibody.
Domain Therapeutics recently announced announces a multi-target drug discovery collaboration and licensing agreement with Boehringer Ingelheim on orphan G Protein-Coupled Receptors (GPCRs) in the Central Nervous System (CNS) disease area.
Ajinomoto Bio-Pharma Services recently presented data at the World ADC Summit in San Diego this month describing a proprietary site-selective bioconjugation technology, AJICAP.
Evelo Biosciences, Inc. recently announced it has entered into a clinical trial collaboration agreement with Merck. The collaboration will evaluate EDP1503 in combination with KEYTRUDA (pembrolizumab).
Organovo Holdings, Inc. recently announced it has entered into a cell and tissue clinical sourcing agreement with the International Institute for the Advancement of Medicine (IIAM).