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AM-Pharma announces 2.5 million EURO financing

AM-Pharma financing kick-starts Series C financing effort


AM-Pharma B.V., a biopharmaceutical company developing improved endogenous proteins to combat disease, announced the signing of a 2.5 million Euro financing agreement with its two main investors, Forbion Capital Partners and Inventages Venture Capital. The investment is a prelude to a Series C ...


Chi-Med Announces Positive Phase II Proof-of-Concept Data for HMPL-004 in Ulcerative Colitis


Chi-Med, the Hutchison Whampoa backed pharmaceutical and healthcare Group, announced positive results for its Phase II proof-of-concept study for HMPL-004 in mild-to-moderate Ulcerative Colitis, a form of inflammatory bowel disease. The trial met its objective in that HMPL-004 was well tolerated ...


A Full Pipeline of Follow-on TNF-Antagonists

The US$ 7.6 bln market of TNF-antagonists attracts numerous follow-on compounds


The Business Intelligence firm La Merie S.L. reported that the huge market of US$ 7.6 bln in 2005 and the clinical validation of the target in many inflammatory indications has filled the pipeline of follow-on TNF-antagonists. Sales of the three marketed TNF antagonists etanercept, infliximab and ...


Genzyme, MacroGenics Announce Joint Effort to Develop New Therapies for Immune-Mediated Diseases


Genzyme Corp. and MacroGenics, Inc. announced that they have entered into a strategic partnership to develop novel therapies for immune-mediated diseases. Under the agreement, the companies will work together to advance MacroGenics' ongoing preclinical program targeting the Fc receptor CD16, an ...


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