Partnering Webinar: Detection of SARS-CoV-2 and other RNA Viruses Using a Novel Improved RT-qPCR Method that Increases Detection Sensitivity and Improves Safety

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NIH researchers will highlight a novel Covid-19 diagnostic technology from the National Eye Institute (NEI). NEI is seeking partners for collaboration and licensing to accelerate technology development and clinical benefit. [….]

SciNeuro Pharmaceuticals and Mabylon AG to Collaborate on Development of Novel Therapeutics for Neurological Diseases | Business Wire

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SciNeuro Pharmaceuticals, a leader in the discovery and development of innovative therapeutics for the treatment of neurological diseases, and Mabylon AG, a leader in the discovery and characterization of human-derived antibodies against therapeutic targets, today announced the establishment of a multi-program collaboration and license agreement. Under the collaboration, Mabylon and SciNeuro will work together to discover and develop human auto-antibodies against targets of mutual interest with a goal to develop differentiated biologic therapeutics to treat neurological diseases.
“We are excited to be collaborating with Mabylon, a leading biotech company with deep expertise and capabilities for identification and characterization of native human antibodies with therapeutic potential. Their platform enables a deeper exploration of human immunology for therapeutic discovery”
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SciNeuro and Mabylon will collaborate on multiple targets that encompass serious neurological diseases including TAR DNA binding protein-43 (TDP-43) and Apolipoprotein E (APOE) for neurodegenerative diseases for which there are currently no effective treatments. Both TDP-43 and APOE have human genetic evidence causal to ALS and Alzheimer’s disease. SciNeuro will have rights to develop and commercialize resulting product(s) within Greater China, and an option to expand such rights to become worldwide.
“We are excited to…

Immunomic Therapeutics Announces License Agreement With Lineage Cell Therapeutics for Cancer Immunotherapy

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Partnership Leverages Lineage’s Investigational VAC Allogeneic Cancer Vaccine Platform and Immunomic’s Proprietary Tumor Associated Antigen to Generate a Novel Oncology Product Candidate