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Scientists in the UK and US identify hundreds of mutations in the COVID-19 virus

May 7, 2020
Business Services COVID-19, Protein, coronavirus, virus

Two studies from the UK and US have identified hundreds of mutations in COVID-19, which could cause problems for the …


Researchers find Achilles’ heel protein in leukaemia

April 26, 2019
Medical Communications AML, Edinburgh, Protein, YTHDF2, blood cancer, drug targets, leukaemia

An international team of researchers have identified an “Achilles’ heel” protein that could lead to the development of novel treatments …


Weakness discovered in malaria parasite could lead to new treatment

June 15, 2017
Protein, anti-malarial drug resistance, malaria, mosquito

A protein has been newly discovered that could lead to an alternative form of vaccination against the spread of malaria …


Abbvie acquires immune-oncology target from argenx

April 21, 2016
Research and Development, Sales and Marketing AbbVie, Protein, argenx, garp, immuno-oncology, immunosuppresive

AbbVie (NYSE:ABBV) has announced the acquisition of a new preclinical-stage human antibody program evaluating the novel immune-oncology target GARP, a …

Astellas teams up with Proteostasis against protein defects

November 4, 2014
Research and Development, Sales and Marketing Astellas, Biogen IDEC, Protein, Proteostasis, upr

Astellas has announced it will collaborate with Proteostasis Therapeutics to develop drugs for diseases caused by protein defects, using the …

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Protein Sciences builds flu vaccine facility

December 6, 2012
Manufacturing and Production FDA, Protein

US drugmaker Protein Sciences has taken over a manufacturing facility formerly owned by Pfizer’s Wyeth unit as it prepares for …

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