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Vical Advances RapidResponse(TM) DNA Vaccine Platform Under $6 Million Grant from NIH

... DNA sequences essential for eliciting immune responses. The bacterial fermentation process typically used for DNA vaccines produces a closed loop of DNA, ... and other infectious diseases at Vical, are manufactured by bacterial fermentation in standardized equipment with a production time measured in weeks rather ...

Ferring Pharmaceuticals Unveils Six-Month Efficacy Data for EUFLEXXA(R) for the Treatment of Osteoarthritis Knee Pain

... For complete prescribing information, call 1-888-FERRING (1-888-337-7464) or visit www.FerringUSA.com . * Derived through bacterial fermentation (1) Data on File, Ferring Pharmaceuticals (2) Altman RD, Rosen JE. Six-month safety and efficacy of non-avian intra-articular hyaluronan in ...

SARS Vaccine Achieves Neutralizing Responses in First U.S. Human Trial

... potential to achieve proof of concept more quickly and cost-effectively than conventional vaccines, and can be manufactured using uniform methods of fermentation and purification, allowing significantly faster development and production. About Vical Vical researches and develops ...

InVitria Showcases Cell Culture Productivity Enhancers at BioProcess International

... consistent compared to chicken lysozyme and provides higher protein yield compared with mechanical cell lysis. Lysobac is used in bacterial fermentation to improve recombinant protein yields.(see http://www.Lysobac.com ) For more information about the InVitria line of products, please ...

Healthpoint Initiates Randomized, Double-Blind Study to Evaluate Effectiveness of Collagenase SANTYL(R) Ointment on Wound Healing

... dermal ulcers (e.g., pressure ulcers, vascular ulcers, and diabetic ulcers) and severely burned areas. The enzyme collagenase is derived from the fermentation by Clostridium histolyticum and possesses the ability to liquefy collagen in necrotic tissue. Collagenase SANTYL(R) Ointment is now the most widely ...

Vical Announces Breakthrough for Pandemic Influenza DNA Vaccines With Preliminary Human Data

... to achieve proof of concept more quickly and cost-effectively than conventional vaccines, and can be manufactured using uniform methods of fermentation and purification, allowing significantly faster development and production. Vical's monovalent vaccine contains a plasmid (a closed loop of ...

AOP Orphan Pharmaceuticals and Lantibio Announce Positive Phase II Study with Novel Cystic Fibrosis Therapy

... (ASL), leading to thick mucus secretion, inflammation and infection in the CF lung. Moli1901 is a stable 19-residue polycyclic peptide produced by fermentation of Streptomyces cinnamoneum. In previous published studies, Moli1901 has been shown to increase chloride transport and fluid secretions when applied ...

Nereus Pharmaceuticals to Present Data at the American Association for Cancer Research 2007 Annual Meeting

... with solid tumors and lymphomas and the second study is in patients with relapsed/refractory multiple myeloma. NPI-0052 was discovered from the fermentation broth of Salinispora tropica, a new marine actinomycete identified in sediment from the ocean floor. The compound is a potent and broad inhibitor of ...

New England Journal of Medicine Publishes New Data on Gardasil, Merck's Cervical Cancer Vaccine

... recombinant Saccharomyces cerevisiae and self-assembled into VLPs. The fermentation process involves growth of S. cerevisiae on chemically-defined fermentation media which include vitamins, amino acids, mineral salts, and carbohydrates. The VLPs are released from the yeast cells by cell disruption and ...

Data Published in The Lancet Show Gardasil was 100 Percent Effective in Preventing High-Grade Vulvar and Vaginal Lesions Caused by HPV Types 16 and 18

... recombinant Saccharomyces cerevisiae and self-assembled into VLPs. The fermentation process involves growth of S. cerevisiae on chemically-defined fermentation media which include vitamins, amino acids, mineral salts, and carbohydrates. The VLPs are released from the yeast cells by cell disruption and ...

Inovio Biomedical's Partners to Present New Data from Two Cancer Immunotherapy Clinical Trials

... a cancer or infectious disease-causing organism. These plasmids are created synthetically and readily manufactured using well-established bacterial fermentation and purification technology. After a plasmid is delivered into muscle or tumor cells, production of the desired antigens may then induce a preventive ...

Inovio: DNA delivery technology shows positive human results

... a cancer or infectious disease-causing organism. These plasmids are created synthetically and readily manufactured using well-established bacterial fermentation and purification technology. After a plasmid is delivered into muscle or tumor cells, production of the desired antigens may then induce a preventive ...

Inovio Biomedical's DNA Delivery Technology Shows Safety and Enhances Gene Expression & Tumor Responses in Interim Melanoma Clinical Study Results

... a cancer or infectious disease-causing organism. These plasmids are created synthetically and readily manufactured using well-established bacterial fermentation and purification technology. After a plasmid is delivered into muscle or tumor cells, production of the desired antigens may then induce a preventive ...

Inovio Biomedical Highlights Enhanced DNA Vaccine Potency with Electroporation DNA Delivery Technology and New Devices at Gene Therapy Meeting

... a cancer or infectious disease-causing organism. These plasmids are created synthetically and readily manufactured using well-established bacterial fermentation and purification technology. After a plasmid is delivered into muscle or tumor cells, production of the desired antigens may then induce a preventive ...

Vical Interim Clinical Results Demonstrate Safety and Tolerability of Inovio Biomedical's Electroporation DNA Delivery Technology

... a cancer or infectious disease-causing organism. These plasmids are created synthetically and readily manufactured using well-established bacterial fermentation and purification technology. After a plasmid is delivered into muscle or tumor cells, production of the desired antigens may then induce a preventive ...
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