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Insights+ COVID-19 Deals (Part II): Biopharma Vaccine Development

The recent emergence of the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 and the COVID-19 pandemic has spurred global healthcare and life sciences companies, as well as government agencies, to partner at unprecedented speed to develop vaccines, treatments, and tests.  This article covers the last four months of deal data provided by Chris Dokomajilar of DealForma. During the last four months […]Read More

Insights+: COVID-19 Healthcare News Monthly Updates

Our planet is facing a major pandemic outbreak due to COVID-19 and health agencies are taking every measure to stop it. The COVID-19 virus has been named “SARS-CoV-2” (severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2) and the disease it causes has been named “Coronavirus Disease 2019” (COVID-19). The outbreak of the respiratory disease was first detected […]Read More

CEPI Collaborates with Clover to Support the Development of Vaccine

Shots: CEPI to invest $3.5M in Clover to support the initiation of P-I clinical study of its protein-based COVID-19 S-Trimer vaccine in Australia. The vaccine is based on Clover’s Trimer-Tag vaccine technology platform, used to produce the spike proteins of the COVID-19 virus in a native trimeric form for use in a vaccine The collaboration […]Read More

PharmaShots Weekly Snapshot (February 24-28, 2020)

1. Companion Medical’s InPen Diabetes Management System Receives the US FDA’s Approval for Fixed Dosing and Meal Estimation Published: Feb 28, 2020 | Tags: Companion Medical, InPen Diabetes Management System, Receives, US, FDA, Approval, Fixed Dosing, Meal Estimation 2.  Takeda’s Vedolizumab SC Receives CHMP’s Positive Opinion as a Maintenance Therapy for Moderately to Severely Active […]Read More

GSK Signs a Research Collaboration with Clover for the Evaluation

Shots: GSK to provide pandemic adjuvant system to Clover to evaluate S-Trimer in preclinical studies while Clover has largest commercial-scale cGMP biomanufacturing capabilities in China involved in rapid scale-up and produce new coronavirus vaccine The focus of the collaboration is to evaluate the combination of GSK’s pandemic adjuvant system with Clover’s S-Trimer as a vaccine […]Read More

Insights+ Key Biosimilars Events of December 2019

Biosimilars are developed to be highly similar versions of approved biologics in terms of safety, purity, and potency. Biosimilars are expected to be a cost-effective alternative to high-priced branded biologics, offering significant and much-needed cost savings to both payers and patients. Hence physicians are likely to adopt biosimilars “a reference product to biologics” possessing similar […]Read More

PharmaShots Weekly Snapshot (Dec 30, 2019-Jan 03, 2020)

1. RedHill Terminates its 2014 Deal with Salix Pharmaceuticals for RHB-106 Published: Jan 03, 2019 | Tags: 2014, Deal, RedHill, RHB-106, Salix Pharmaceuticals, Terminates 2. Innate’s Lumoxiti (moxetumomab pasudotox-tdfk) Receives EMA’s MAA to Treat Patients with Relapsed or Refractory Hairy Cell Leukemia Published: Jan 03, 2019 | Tags: EMA, Hairy Cell Leukemia, Innate, Lumoxit, MAA, […]Read More

Clover Reports First Patient Dosing in P-III Trial with SCB-808

Shots: The P-III study involves assessing of SCB-808 (SC) vs Enbrel (SC) in patients with ankylosing spondylitis (radiographic axial spondyloarthritis) to evaluate its safety, efficacy and PK The company utilizes its Trimer-Tag technology platform to develop novel therapies targeting trimerization-dependent pathways and is also leveraging its cGMP biomanufacturing capabilities to develop biosimilars SCB-808 is mAb […]Read More

Clover Reports Dosing of SCB-808 (biosimilar, etanercept) in P-III Trial

Shots: The P-III study involves assessing of SCB-808 vs Enbrel in patients with AS (axSpA) via SC administration SCB-808 is being developed in the prefilled syringe formulation which is ready for injection and can be self-administered by the patients, thus overwhelming the current Enbrel biosimilar which are available in lyophilized powder formulation in China Clover […]Read More