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Exyte and Univercells Technologies Combine Аorces for Rapid Deployment of Vaccine Production Plants in the Wake of the COVID-19 Pandemic

   by White Matter Communications    217
  • Exyte offers the new ExyCellR modular technology for fast-track construction of biologicals production facilities compliant with the current good manufacturing practice (cGMP).
  • Univercells Technologies delivers the integrated NevoLine™ biomanufacturing platform, including scale-X™ bioreactors, for low footprint and economic large-scale production of viral products.
  • The combined offer enables users to rapidly deploy prefabricated GMP vaccine manufacturing facilities in response to new disease outbreaks.

19 Marketplaces for the Life Sciences Industry

   by Andrii Buvailo    25580
19 Marketplaces for the Life Sciences Industry

(Last updated: 12.05.2020)

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Will Biologics Surpass Small Molecules In The Pharma Race?

   by Andrii Buvailo    21830
Will Biologics Surpass Small Molecules In The Pharma Race?

The first biologics drug, humanized insulin (5.8 kDa), became available in 1982 following the advent of biotechnology, and it marked a new era in pharmaceutical industry. Modern advances in biotechnology permit large-scale syntheses of biologics in a more or less cost-effective manner. Having once started with large peptides and recombinant proteins, biologics nowadays include a wide range of other entities, such as antibodies, monoclonal antibodies, and more recently, nanobodies and related objects, soluble receptors, recombinant DNA, antibody-drug conjugates (ADCs), fusion proteins, immunotherapeutics, and synthetic vaccines.