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QBI's PreserveX product passes initial test

Madison, Wis. - Ralph Kauten is taking direct aim at three unfavorable metrics, and one of his newest weapons just passed an early test.

Kauten, CEO of QBI Life Sciences, recently received good news from an initial screening of its PreserveX Polymeric Micelles, a core product. The screening, which employed UGT1A1, an enzyme that metabo......

Full article >>> es that give researchers every reason to believe they may have discovered an effective new drug.

The time consuming and costly nature of drug discovery is one reason that pharmaceutical companies are not working to develop drugs for rare diseases - the cost is higher, and the size of the population that benefits is smaller, making it less likely that "pharma" will recoup its investment.
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Evasive capital?

QBI is a division of Quintessence Biosciences, Inc., which is seeking between $5 million and $10 million in private funding to test its Evade technology in human clinical trials. The technology, developed by UW researchers from a protein that plays a role in digesting food, has been modified to produce a d......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Joe Vanden Plas 06/07/06


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