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Apim Therapeutics gets new funding

05.04.2011

Trondheim – Norway-based APIM Therapeutics AS has received a follow-up investment from Sarsia Seed, one of its previous investors. APIM focusses on novel drug candidates that potentiate the action of current chemo­therapeutics to treat cancers. The company’s lead candidate ATX-101 targets the Proliferating Cell Nuclear Antigen (PCNA), which seems to be involved in the regulation of cellular responses to DNA damage and stress. ATX-101 showed potential activity as a single agent in blood cancer and solid tumours. The six-digit financing tranche is earmarked for use in the acceleration of the development of ATX-101. According to APIM-CEO Konstantinos Alevizopoulos, the substance could potentially be used to treat several types of cancer.

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05.04.2011

Oslo – Norwegian Algeta ASA has entered a research collaboration with Genzyme to evaluate the potential of its Thorium platform Under the terms of the agreement, Genzyme will provide access to a novel tumour-targeting antibody,...

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04.11.2010

Oslo – Norwegian diagnostic specialist DiaGenic ASA has raised NOK70m (EUR 8.5m) through the sale of 140 million shares at NOK0.50 per share in a private placement to new and existing investors. DnB NOR Markets acted as manager...

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03.11.2010

Oslo – The Oslo Cancer Cluster and the Shanghai Institute of Materia Medica (SIMM), have signed a memorandum of understanding aimed at accelerating the development and adoption of new cancer therapies. Overall, the collaboration...

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18.09.2010

Oslo/Berlin – Algeta is cashing in on its lead product Alpharadin, a targeted alpha-radiopharmaceutical in clinical trials for treating bone metastases in cancer patients. Bayer Schering Pharma has agreed to pay the Norwegian...

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11.07.2010

Lysaker – Norwegian biopharmaceutical company PCI Biotech Holding ASA has strengthened the company’s equity by a11m (NOK90m) through a share issue of 2.25 million shares with preemptive subscription rights for existing...

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12.05.2010

Oslo – In Norway, a discussion has begun on how to continue to support biotechnology after the current National Programme for Research in Functional Genomics in Norway (FUGE) comes to a close in 2011. Efforts to draw up a...

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