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Charting the Biosimilar and Biobetter Development Pipeline (2013)
Date:10/22/2013

pound class and therapy area
•Biobetters in development by 13 therapy areas

Who should read this report?

Product managers at pharma/biotech companies with original biologics:
Identify how many biosimilars versions of your products are being developed and by whom

Product managers at biosimilar developers:
Know how many biosimilars are being developed in different therapy areas or of different originator products so that you can identify opportunity gaps/areas with less competition

Heads of licensing at pharma/biotech companies: Use the database to identify biosimilars developers that may want to license in/out their products – whilst also assessing the competitive environment for any products that they may currently license.
Investment managers at venture capital firms, seed funding bodies and investment banks:
Assess the investment potential of companies and their development pipelines: the risks are high but potential reward is great for those that bring product to market.

SUMMARY CONTENT OF BIOSIMILAR DEVELOPMENT ANALYSIS REPORT

•Executive Summary & Introduction
•Definitions and methodology
•Reference products
•Biosimilars in development
oBy earliest potential launch date – US & EU
oBy class and earliest potential launch date in the US & EU (total number)
oDevelopers countries and regions in development by drug class
oBy drug class
•Leading biosimilar companies - number of biosimilar products in portfolio
•Biosimilar development pipelines by 14 compound class and therapy areas including
oDiabetes
oAntithrombotic Agents
oBlood Coagulation Factors
oGonadotropins
oSomatropin and Somatropin Agonists
oParathyroid Hormones and Analogues
oAntineoplastic Monoclonal Antibodies
oInterferons
oInterleukins
oImmunosuppressants <
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