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CMC Biologics und RuiYi Enter treffen Vereinbarung zur Entwicklung eines neuartigen monoklonalen Anti-IL-6-Antikörpers
Date:5/14/2013

SEATTLE, KOPENHAGEN, Dänemark und SHANGHAI, 14. Mai 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- CMC Biologics gab heute die Unterzeichnung einer Vereinbarung mit RuiYi Inc. zur Entwicklung einer Zelllinie für RYI-008, einen neuartigen monoklonalen Anti-IL-6-Antikörper, bekannt. Das proprietäre hochproduktive CHEF1®-Exprimierungsplasmid von CMC Biologics soll zur Zelllinienentwicklung genutzt werden, um das Zellwachstum und eine gleichmäßig hohe Proteinexprimierung innerhalb eines engen Zeitrahmens zu optimieren. Die genauen Vertragsbedingungen wurden nicht genannt.

„Wir freuen uns auf die Zusammenarbeit mit CMC Biologics, einem weltweit tätigen Auftragshersteller, der für seine herausragenden technischen Leistungen in der biopharmazeutischen Entwicklung und der cGMP-Herstellung bekannt ist", sagte Paul Grayson , Geschäftsführer und CEO von RuiYi. „Durch seine integrierten Dienstleistungen, darunter die Zelllinienentwicklung mit dem proprietären CHEF1-System, zusammen mit seiner guten Ansprechbarkeit und Kooperationsbereitschaft ist CMC Biologics unser Partner der Wahl für dieses wichtige globale Unterfangen."

„Wir freuen uns über die Gelegenheit, durch die Entwicklung von RYI-008 eine langfristige Beziehung zu RuiYi aufzubauen. RYI-008 ist ein erstaunlich kraftvoller Antikörper mit einer bemerkenswerten Halbwertzeit, der große Chancen bietet, auf dem sich rasch entwickelnden Gebiet der IL-6-Biologie ein herausragendes Produkt zu erschaffen", so Mark Sawicki , PhD, Global Vice President Business Development von CMC Biologics. „Diese Vereinbarung unterstreicht unseren strategischen Fokus auf der Entwicklung von Biopharmaka in aufstrebenden Märkten."

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