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Edimer Pharmaceuticals and CMC Biologics Announce Agreement to Manufacture EDI200 Recombinant Protein
Date:9/9/2010

ures. This protein is missing in patients with XLHED.  EDI200 is a form of EDA-A1 being developed by Edimer as a treatment for certain patients with XLHED.  EDI200 has been shown to substitute for lack of functional EDA-A1 protein in mouse and dog models of XLHED.

About Edimer Pharmaceuticals

Edimer Pharmaceuticals (www.edimerpharma.com)

Edimer is dedicated to deliver a significant and durable improvement in the health and quality of life to future generations affected by XLHED. Edimer was established in 2009 based on research conducted at the University of Lausanne, Switzerland. Edimer's lead product candidate, EDI200, represents the first of a new class of molecules designed to correct a developmental disorder in a pediatric population.

About CMC

CMC Biologics (www.cmcbio.com) is a leading contract development and manufacturing organization that provides fully integrated biopharmaceutical development and manufacturing services to clients around the world, from its facilities in Copenhagen, Denmark, and Seattle, WA.  The company specializes in custom services for the scale-up and cGMP manufacture of protein-based therapeutics for pre-clinical, clinical trials and in-market production.  CMC Biologics' wide range of integrated services includes cell line development using its proprietary CHEF1® system, process development and comprehensive analytical testing.  CMC Biologics has fully segregated microbial fermentation and mammalian cell culture suites and offers both stirred tank and perfusion production processes.  


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