Aqualung Therapeutics Extends Global Reach With LeaderMed License Agreement

TUCSON, AZ / ACCESSWIRE / April 20, 2022 / Aqualung Therapeutics, an early stage immunotherapeutics biotech company developing an anti-inflammatory therapeutic platform for serious unchecked inflammatory disorders, announced the signing of a license agreement with the LeaderMed Health Group Limited (“LeaderMed”). The License Agreement provides LeaderMed with Asia-Pacific regional rights to further develop, manufacture, and commercialize the eNAMPT-neutralizing mAb, ALT-100 platform technology. The terms of the agreement have not been publicly disclosed but involve customary upfront fees, achievement milestones, and royalties that coincide with commercial sales.Continue reading

AlphaLogix announces market release of AlphaFlo® canine allograft

PHOENIX, March 31, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Equus Innovations, a manufacturer of advanced, next-generation veterinary regenerative products, in partnership with AlphaLogix, LLC (Argyle, Texas) announced today successful market release of a new canine allograft, AlphaFlo®. Equus Innovations is also the manufacturer of the highly successful RenoVō® equine allograft, distributed by Equine Amnio Solutions, LLC (EAS).

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Avery Therapeutics, Inc Announces a Publication in Nature Scientific Reports Outlining Methods of Acquiring Cardiac MRI Endpoints in High Value Pre-Clinical Models of Heart Failure from University of Arizona Study

TUCSON, Ariz., – April 11, 2022 – Avery Therapeutics, Inc. (Avery), a privately held, pre-clinical stage therapeutics company, today announced a publication in the peer-reviewed scientific journal, Nature Scientific Reports, outlining a novel technique in cardiac magnetic resonance imaging (CMR) data acquisition utilizing smart-signal gradient recalled echo (GRE)-based array sequences, entitled, “Free-breathing gradient recalled echo-based CMR in a swine heart failure model,” (Morris, el al. (2022). Scientific Reports, 12(1).

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BIO Statement on CMS National Coverage Determination for Drugs Used to Treat Patients Suffering from Alzheimer’s Disease

On April 7, 2022, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) released a national policy for coverage of aducanumab (brand name Aduhelm™) and any future monoclonal antibodies directed against amyloid approved by the FDA with an indication for use in treating Alzheimer’s disease. In its official statement, the Biotechnology Innovation Organization (BIO) shares why the CMS Decision is an enormous setback for Alzheimer’s patients and a dangerous infringement on FDA’s Scientific Autonomy.


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