NIPTE Receives $35M from FDA to Reform Drug Manufacturing Standards

Institute expects improved standards to reduce costs and need to outsource production work.

Protein Fiber Engineered for First Time on the Microscale

Scientists at the New York University Polytechnic School of Engineering say they have made a major advance in the development of proteins that form specialized fibers used in medicine and nanotechnology.

Misfolded Proteins Potential Cause Rather than Consequence of Metabolic Disorders

Mysterious protein-folding molecule could trigger metabolic disorders

Velesco to Manufacture Rubicon’s TransPLEX Amplification Kits for Supply to Agendia

Kits will be incorporated into analysis of FFPE patient samples using Symphony breast cancer diagnostics.

UPDATE: Juno Therapeutics to Create Manufacturing Site in Bothell, WA

Facility will support planned JCAR015 trial, additional clinical programs, and the company’s first commercial products.

Measuring Cell Squishiness Could Aid Cancer Drug Discovery

New study finds that parallel microfiltration could lead to better treatments for a number of diseases.

EHSI Forms JV to Evaluate a Regenerative Medicine Method

Procedure uses proton beams to destroy diseased tissue for regeneration using ASCs developed in NASA-designed bioreactor.

Aptuit Acquires Kuecept, Expanding Formulation Development Capabilities

Buyer says Kuecept will help meet demand for specialist drug preformulation, formulation prototyping, and formulation development services

Amicus, Thermo Fisher’s Brammer Bio Partner on Gene Therapy Manufacturing

Amicus Therapeutics will address clinical and commercial supply needs for its intrathecal AAV Batten disease gene therapy programs by partnering with Thermo Fisher Scientific’s recently-acquired Brammer Bio.

Gilead Plans $20M U.K. Expansion

Biotech to create a U.K. commercial HQ in London, a U.K. R&D HQ in Cambridge, and expand its current U.K. hub in Uxbridge.

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