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Drug Discovery Alliance

15.12.2011

Craigavon/Uppsala – Irish Almac Discovery, a member of the Almac Group, will begin cooperating with Uppsala-based Beactica AB to develop new cancer drug candidates. In late November, the companies announced that Beactica’s Sprint technology, which measures small molcule interactions by surface plasmon resonance, will be used to identify fragment hits against a number of undisclosed targets of therapeutic interest to Almac. Almac’s plan is to take projects to clinical proof-of-concept before out-licensing or partnering for further development.

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14.04.2011

Stockholm – Swedish Orphan Biovitrum AB (SOBI) has reported weak results for 2010. The company’s net income declined by 7.7% to SEK1.9bn, with losses for the period totalling up to SEK104m. SOBI spokesmen said that several...

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06.04.2011

Stockholm – Swedish Medivir AB has released good news on its lead compound TMC435. The protease inhibitor is intended for the therapy of treatment-naïve patients carrying the genotype-1 hepatitis C virus (HCV). In the PILLAR...

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08.02.2011

Stockholm – At the end of last year, the first European patient was treated with Ruconest – a recombinant C1 esterase inhibitor for the treatment of hereditary acute angioedema attacks developed by the Dutch Pharming Group NV and...

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10.12.2010

Lund/Jerusalem – Active Biotech’s oral small molecule immunomodulator laquinimod (ABR-215062) has reached the primary endpoint of statistically significant reduction in annualized relapse rate compared to placebo, according to...

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04.11.2010

Stockholm – Swedish Orphan Biovitrum AB (Sobi) and Dutch partner Pharming Group NV received market authorisation for Ruconest (rhucin) at the end of October. Intended for use in acute attacks of Hereditary Angioedema (HAE), the...

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25.10.2010

Stockholm - Swedish researchers have unravelled the three-dimensional structure of the egg receptor, paving the way for new treatments of infertility and novel contraceptives. The team headed by Luca Jovine at Karolinska...

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16.09.2010

Uppsala – Orexo AB has announced a bold new strategy. The company listed on the Stockholm stock exchange intends to develop and commercialise its own products from now on rather than out-licensing them to international partners....

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15.09.2010

Linköping – In the first clinical study of its kind, Swedish researchers have proven that biosynthetic corneas can offer a real alternative to rare human replacement corneas. In a process developed by Per Fagerholm and May...

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14.09.2010

Stockholm – A recent study from the Karolinska Institute reveals how two types of cellular changes interact in the development of cancer, and the results could improve the chances of early discovery of sarcomas. Pancreatic cancer...

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