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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

ointe de la recherche translationnelle sur les maladies inflammatoires et auto-immunes, cette collaboration représente pour nos chercheurs une opportunité rare de travailler avec les plus grands experts du lupus érythémateux disséminé pour développer des approches thérapeutiques alternatives, et renforcer encore davantage nos capacités de recherche en immunologie ».

« Nous sommes heureux de collaborer avec Merck Serono pour le développement de nouvelles approches thérapeutiques dans le lupus, avec l'objectif de s'attaquer aux causes profondes de la maladie », a déclaré le Dr Betty Diamond , Responsable du Centre des Maladies Autoimmunes et Musculo-squelettiques de l'Institut Feinstein. « Les ressources de Merck Serono vont largement contribuer à nos efforts pour mettre au point des anticorps ciblant les processus inflammatoires. S'attaquer à ce mécanisme est essentiel pour apporter une solution pour traiter le lupus ainsi que de nombreuses autres maladies auto-immunes. Nous nous réjouissons d'associer les découvertes issues de nos laboratoires aux activités de l'industrie pharmaceutique. Merck Serono est à cet égard un partenaire idéal », a ajouté le Dr Kevin J. Tracey , Président de l'Institut Feinstein.

La pathogénèse du LED est multifactorielle et repose notamment sur des facteurs génétiques et environnementaux et sur des anomalies du système immunitaire inné et acquis. Atacicept, développé par Merck Serono, fait actuellement l'objet d'études de phase II dans le traitement du LED. Atacicept a pour cible les lymphocytes B susceptibles de jouer un rôle dans la pathogénèse de maladies auto-immunes telles que le LED et inhibe leur prolifération. La collaboration a
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