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Merck Serono et l'Institut Feinstein vont s'associer pour développer un programme pré-clinique portant sur les maladies inflammatoires
Date:1/29/2013

GENEVE, Suisse, January 29, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

  • Cette collaboration aura pour objectif la recherche et le développement d'anticorps destinés au traitement du lupus érythémateux disséminé (LED)

Merck Serono, division du groupe Merck (Darmstadt, Allemagne), et l'Institut Feinstein pour la Recherche Médicale, l'unité de recherche du North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System basé dans l'état de New York, ont annoncé aujourd'hui qu'ils allaient collaborer pour le développement d'anticorps destinés au traitement du lupus érythémateux disséminé (LED). Selon les termes de l'accord, Merck Serono financera un programme de recherche de l'Institut Feinstein et sera responsable du développement et de la commercialisation des anticorps qui en seraient issus. Le programme portera sur l'utilisation d'anticorps inhibant l'action de certaines protéines à l'origine de l'inflammation impliquée dans la pathogénèse du LED. Les autres détails de l'accord ainsi que ses conditions financières n'ont pas été dévoilés.

« Le besoin médical pour mettre au point de nouvelles options thérapeutiques pour soigner le lupus érythémateux disséminé et améliorer la qualité de vie des patients demeure très important. Au cours des cinquante dernières années, seulement un médicament a été approuvé dans cette indication », a déclaré le Dr Bernhard Kirschbaum , Vice-Président Exécutif, Responsable de la Recherche et du Développement Précoce au niveau mondial pour Merck Serono. « L'Institut Feinstein étant à la p
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