NUCLEAR β-CATENIN INHIBITOR – TBL1 – A Novel Target for Safe & Effective Blockade of the Nuclear β-catenin Signaling Pathway
Ruolan Han, PhD, explains how targeting TBL1/TBLR1 enables specific silencing of oncogenic Wnt target gene expression without affecting other necessary cellular functions that are disrupted when targeting higher up the Wnt pathway.
David J. Bearss, PhD, Chief Scientific Officer and Global Head of Research at SDP Oncology, discusses his company’s unique structure that has supported its robust research in the tumor immune microenvironment as well as its investigational assets being studied in this space.
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Contributor Cindy H. Dubin speaks with several innovative companies to discuss novel approaches to improving bioavailability and solubility that have one commonality: they treat each molecule as an individual.
FORMULATION FORUM – Considerations in Development & Manufacturing of Complex Injectables for Early Phase Studies
Jim Huang, PhD, explains how a niche CDMO, which has specialized technologies in complex injectable development and adopts GMP practice with a “laboratory setting,” will have greater flexibility regarding changes, timing, and cost for successful manufacture of complex injectables in early phase development of therapeutic drugs.
In part 1 of this 4-part series, PharmaCircle, in collaboration with Drug Development & Delivery, focuses on a global review of 2020 product approvals.
CELL & GENE THERAPY – End-to-End Cell & Gene Therapy – From Development to Commercialization – Buy or Build?
Aldo Romano and Emily Moran, MBA, discuss how the life science industry must bring technology solutions to the table while at the same time securing the capacity to develop and manufacture groundbreaking cures so patients and society can tap the benefits of cell and gene therapies.
Michael Snape, PhD, says when identifying promising therapeutic targets for any disease or condition, including developmental disorders such as Fragile X syndrome, PMS, CDM1, and Rett syndrome, it is critical researchers work to understand the mechanism of disease and disease pathways as well as the unmet need and patient experience.
Sridhar Krishnan, Pii’s Senior Vice President, Operations and Strategic Initiatives, discusses how manufacturing is not solely where Pii wanted to be, so the company made a concerted effort to get back to its CDMO roots.
IMMUNE ACTIVATORS – Enhancing Cell Adhesion to Safely Improve Effectiveness of Vaccines & Cancer Immunotherapies
Siddhartha De, PhD, and Peter Vanderslice, PhD, present their research on the use of proprietary, orally available compounds that can activate the immune system to enhance the effectiveness of vaccines as well as immuno-oncology therapies for cancer, especially in patient populations that are most vulnerable to disease.
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Evonik & Stanford University Sign Research Collaboration: Evonik to Market & Develop New Drug Delivery Platform for mRNA & Gene Therapy
Evonik is working with Stanford University on a technology to deliver mRNA to tissues and organs that goes beyond the capabilities of lipid nanoparticles (LNPs)…..
Jounce Therapeutics, Inc. recently announced the US FDA clearance of its Investigational New Drug (IND) application for JTX-1811, an anti-CCR8 antibody, for which Gilead Sciences, Inc. has exclusive rights….
iTeos Therapeutics and GlaxoSmithKline plc recently announced an agreement to co-develop and co-commercialize EOS-448, an anti-TIGIT monoclonal antibody currently in Phase 1 development as a….
VERAXA Biotech GmbH recently announced it has entered into a partnership agreement with Quadira Biosciences AG, Zug, Switzerland, to jointly develop a suite of novel ADCs for the….
Liminatus Pharma R&D Consortium Companion Diagnostic YN 1203 Demonstrates ~70% Sensitivity & Specificity in Clinical Testing
Liminatus Pharma recently announced its companion diagnostic to support checkpoint inhibitor therapies, YN1203 CDx liquid biopsy test (YN1203 ELISA Kit), has demonstrated….