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Alligatorbuilds value by using its proprietary human scFv antibody library ALLIGATOR-GOLD and the FIND technology platform to develop innovative antibody-based immuno-oncology compounds for unmet medical needs within cancer. Alligator Bioscience is focusing on discovery and early development phases and is growing an attractive pipeline of drug development candidates in various stages of preclinical and clinical development. ALLIGATOR-GOLD is a fully human synthetic kappa scFv library with large diversity (10 billion unique clones). ALLIGATOR-GOLD has been validated by selection of functionally active antibodies with sub-nanomolar affinities against several targets. FIND (Fragment Induced Diversity) technology is a powerful in vitro based antibody and protein optimization technology that creates functional libraries from which optimal variants of potential drug development candidates can be selected. ALLIGATOR-GOLD and FIND are fully integrated to give Alligator Bioscience the competitive advantage to develop immuno-oncology compounds with higher probability of success.
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ADC-1013 is an antibody-based immunotherapy, inducing anti-tumor immune effects through the activation of CD40 on antigen-presenting cells. ADC-1013 is currently in clinical phase I: safety and tolerability is assessed in a clinical trial of late stage cancer patients at 5 clinical sites in Europe. ADC-1013 was out-licensed to Janssen Biotech in August 2015.
ADC-1015 is a bispecific immuno-oncology compound. The drug candidate is based on the concept that the properties of two complementary immune activatingentities, OX40 and CTLA-4,are united into one moleculeto induce superior immune activation. Manufacturing for clinical trials was initiated in January 2016. ADC-1015 is currently in pre-clinical development.
ADC-1016 is a bispecific tumor-localizing immunotherapy, composed of one tumor-targeting moiety and one immune activatingmoiety. Immune activation is dependent on binding to the tumor target which reduces the risk of systemic toxicity. ADC-1016 is in late research phase.
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Enzyme Bioscience Pvt.Ltd is an innovative manufacturer and provider of QUALITY Enzymes Products and services to the Bio Pharmaceuticals, Food, Feed industries since 2012.when its founder started with an enzyme Producing company specialized in plant origin enzyme, in order to better serve customers. He set up GMP Compliance Enzymes formulations facility in Surat (India).
Company is well equipped with Professional laboratory run by Qualified Personal to ensure Quality Control from Raw materials to finished products.
Enzyme Bioscience Pvt. Ltd. is a professional manufacturer of Allied formulations for Bio Pharmaceutical,Food/Feed Industry which bring added value to our valuable customers. Enzyme Bioscience Pvt. Ltd. has been recognized as a reliable partner that helps to improve their products because of consistent high quality, competitive price and excellent services.
We are Manufacturing Enzyme Formulations in both liquid and powder forms. Among the many varied applications for these enzymes are:
Bio Pharma Industry: Serratiopeptidase IP, Trypsin Chymotrypsin Mix, Fungal Diastase IP, Papain IP/USP, Bromelain 2400 GDU, Pancreatin IP/BP/USP, Pepsin IP,Azithromycin,Ox bile Extract.
Food Industry: Malt Extract, Starch, Grain Processing, Meat Tenderize Enzymes.
Feed Enzymes: Phytase, Animal Health & Nutrition Products such as quality feed additives and premixes, which solutions for natural growth promoting concept as well as other specific solutions which address dietary requirements for swine, poultry, dairy and beef cattle as well as aquaculture.
Enzyme Bioscience Pvt. Ltd. are offering higher quality products ie.higher enzyme activity, stability, less enzyme dosage,easier processing, higher yield, that are greatly helpful to improve their finished products.
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Chemical Name: (2E,4E,6E,8E)-Mono[(3R,4S,5S,6R)-5-methoxy-4-[(2R,3R)-2-methyl-3-(3-methyl-2-butenyl)oxiranyl]-1-oxaspiro[2.5]oct-6-yl] 2,4,6,8-decatetraenedioic acid ester
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Keywords: Fumagillin, supplier, Methionine, aminopeptidase-2, inhibitors, Proteases, Proteinases, antiangiogenics, angiogenesis, antibiotics
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BioScience Web Site’s mission is to organize the world’s biological science information and make it universally accessible and useful by utilizing the skyrocketing success of the World Wide Web. more Web Search Search engines designed to search for biological science information on the World Wide Web … These web search engines, are cross-linked, offers search for bioscience-related journals, books, protocols, images and videos,softwares, jobs, events, definitions, and more. Quick Links : Search engines (Bioinformatics, Protocol, Literature, Definition, Discussion, Career & Multimedia) & Suggest a site to Include/Exclude http://www.bioscience.ws/search/ Dictionary Searchable dictionary with cross-referenced definitions of thousands of biological science terms … This lexicon aims to be a one-stop source of information about all biological science terms and includes abbreviations, acronyms, slang, hypothesis, conventions, standards, and other types of words and phrases in related areas. 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Future of the Life Science Industry – Innovation and Opportunities
The 18th Annual Conference of Chinese Bioscience Association October 10, 2015, Crown Plaza, Foster City, CA
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Oct 10, 2015 at Crowne Plaza Hotel, Foster City, California
Dr. Radoje (Rade) Drmanac, BGI
Dr. Jacqueline Law, Genentech
Dr. Lennart Mucke, Gladstone Institute of Neurological Disease
Dr. Tim Hoey, OncoMed
Dr. Janet Xiao, MoFo
Dr. Hiromitsu Nakauchi, Stanford
Dr. Scott Liu, CEO of Henlius Biotech
Dr. Xi Zhao-Wilson, BioMarker Pharmaceuticals
Dr. Licen Xu, Thermo Fisher
Dr. Ruhong Jiang, Applied Stem Cell
The science of living things human, animal and plant has long been a field in which Kansas has strengths. The state has a strong foundation in some areas of the biosciences and is well situated to take advantage of emerging opportunities in others. From the nationally recognized drug discovery and development enterprise at University of Kansas and Kansas companies, to the states historical agricultural leadership, to the selection of Kansas as home to the National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility, Kansas is ripe for bioscience growth.
With over 16,000 people employed in the biosciences and industry leaders calling our state home, we are working with our partners statewide to offer comprehensive support for world-class research, commercialization, and business expansion in the bioscience industry. The Kansas Bioscience Authority, created by the Kansas Economic Growth Act of 2004, can provide financial resources and customized support services to help address strategic issues critical to the success of emerging Kansas bioscience enterprises. KansasBio, a not-for-profit organization serving as the voice of the biosciences in Kansas, enhances the business and research climate, and works with state leaders to attract and retain bioscience talent, companies and funding.
Kansas invests in companies and universities working in bioscience sectors where Kansas has established leadership and expertise and the resources needed to benefit from new opportunities. Those include the following areas:
The animal health sector involves the production, marketing and use of domestic animals in agriculture, entertainment and companionship. Kansas is part of the renowned Kansas City Animal Health Corridor, home to one-third of the worlds animal health industry. Kansas seeks to leverage these strengths by attracting new animal health companies and expanding existing ones, encouraging research collaborations that will lead to novel products, and build the foreign animal disease expertise that led to Kansas selection as the site of the National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility to protect our nations food supply.
This sector encompasses work to safeguard and improve health with new drugs, therapies and medical devices. Kansas robust human health sector, from basic research to drug and device innovation to outstanding clinical care, provides benefits to Kansans and others worldwide. Clinical research for human health is a major emphasis for our state as Kansas is part of a bi-state region that ranks in the top five nationally for its concentration of clinical research firms. Kansas looks to work with companies who can bring drugs and devices to market faster and less expensively than traditional methods, provide new ways to diagnose disease and attract a growing share of the federal governments research investment.
BIO ENERGY Work in this sector focuses on creating fuel and chemicals out of biological material, often plant matter such as corn or switchgrass. Bioenergy products are easier on the environment and can help wean our nation from oil dependency. In this sector, Kansas hopes to develop the supply chain of feedstocks for bioenergy production, and drive collaborations that will lead to new businesses and products.
AG & BIO-BASED PRODUCTS
Kansas is known for its strong agricultural sector. Agriculture and products derived from crops will continue to play a key role in the states economy, particularly in rural communities. These industries have a global reach, too Kansas agricultural roots prime the state for advances in plant biology to help feed and clothe the world. Our state seeks advance new technologies, support innovative research, create new jobs and further advance Kansas leadership in these sectors.
Our commitment to the biosciences is strong and continues to grow. Let us show you how your company will benefit.
Whether by highway, rail or air, Kansas offers excellent transportation and marketing advantages for your business. Because were central and because weve focused on building and maintaining an outstanding infrastructure, its easier and cheaper to ship to and from Kansas. Were home to numerous production facilities, warehouses and distribution centers that have found shipping raw materials and finished goods is more profitable when youre located in the nations heartland.
Kansas strategic location, at the convergence of I-35 and I-70, places it at the crossroads of America. Our central location and excellent transportation network with access to interstate rail, trucking and air corridors put businesses within next-day freight service of 70 percent of the U.S.Highways Kansas ranks sixth for quality and access to transportation in all modes for getting products to market and for transporting individuals. We also rank third nationally in total road mileage with approximately 140,000 total road and street miles and over 10,000 highway miles. Thanks to our states proximity to major markets, our transit times and shipping rates for common carriers can compete with any in the country. Kansas motor carrier regulations, covering truck and trailer size and weight, mirror many federal guidelines.
Rail Service Kansas ranks in the top 10 in the United States in railroad mileage with almost 4,800 miles of track, 2.23 percent of all U.S. railroad miles. Our four Class I and 13 Class III secondary rail carriers ensure freight service to virtually anywhere in Kansas, since the countless tons of grain grown here have for decades mandated a comprehensive rail system.
Over 900 incorporated and unincorporated cities stand along Kansas tracks. Many communities are served by more than one railroad, and businesses in several cities can take advantage of reciprocal switching agreements between railroads. The Kansas City area, a convenient first stop en route to all major marketing regions, ranks as the second leading rail center in the nation.
Air Service Kansas City International Airport (KCI) and the Wichita Mid-Continent Airport are the largest airports serving the state, providing businesses with immediate access to major markets nationwide. KCI serves as the primary commercial airport for a four-state area for both passenger and air cargo service. These two airports contain state-of-the-art cargo handling facilities, main-deck loaders capable of handling the worlds largest freighter aircraft and an extensive highway system just minutes away to provide businesses with quick access to goods and markets.Inland Waterways The Port of Catoosa, an inland seaport located near Tulsa, Okla., is approximately 50 miles from the Kansas border. It is a year-round, economical alternative to other means of travel and is especially advantageous to businesses manufacturing large goods.
FOREIGN TRADE ZONES
Foreign trade zones (FTZs) in Kansas provide a duty-free and quota-free entry point for foreign goods into specific areas under customs supervision for an unlimited period of time. Kansas offers a variety of sites managed by grantees in Kansas City (Zone 17) and Wichita (Zone 161).
Kansas has taken advantage of the new Alternative Site Framework (ASF) foreign trade zone designation intended to provide greater flexibility and expedite access to the benefits of the Foreign Trade Zone program. As a result, a company in the designated region is not restricted to a site specific FTZ, as the entire county is eligible for FTZ benefits under the ASF designation. This streamlined approach offers a quicker turnaround time and lower cost, allowing grantees to locate zone designation where companies are located.
The Kansas City FTZ has a number of Magnet and Usage-Driven sites, including a five-acre site with 220,000 square feet of above-ground covered space; a second five-acre site with a 26,000 square-foot warehouse, a 50,000 square-foot warehouse, 21 acres in the Leavenworth Area Business Center and over 1,000 acres at two locations in Topeka: Forbes Field/Topeka Air Industrial Park and Phillip Billard Airport/Industrial Park. The new ASF procedures were adopted for a five-county area including Douglas, Johnson, Leavenworth, Miami, and Wyandotte that allow for a six-week approval process for certain types of designations with a significant reduction in the companys out of pocket expenses.
The Wichita FTZ has received approval to use the new ASF procedures for a central region that includes Butler, Harvey, McPherson, Reno, Saline, Sedgwick and Sumner counties. The new system makes it faster and less expensive for area businesses to establish their facilities as foreign trade zones, with an estimated turnaround time of 30 to 40 days. Existing Magnet sites include 120 acres and 800,000 square feet of covered warehouse and assembly space in Wichita.
Goods brought into a zone or sub-zone may be stored, manipulated or mixed with domestic or foreign materials used in manufacturing processes or exhibited for sale. Anything shipped out of a zone into the United States customs territory is then subject to duties. Goods reshipped to foreign nations are never subject to U.S. customs duties.
SKILLED AND EDUCATED LABOR
One of the positive factors in the expansion of the Kansas economy is the Kansas worker. A highly motivated and well-educated workforce is ready to assist your firm. Though much of the states 2.9 million population is concentrated in its metropolitan areas, firms locating in any region of the state will find a high-quality workforce ready to put its talents to work.
Kansas education system is one of the best in the nation and a powerful factor contributing to the success of many businesses. Our education system has resulted in an adept, well-skilled and highly trainable labor force. The high school graduation rate and percentage of the population with a bachelors degree are both well above the national average. Kansas ranks in the top third nationally for percent of adults with a college degree and average ACT score. Kansas higher education system includes six Board of Regents universities, 26 community and technical colleges statewide and one municipal college. Both the University of Kansas and Kansas State University have well-known specialties in medical, pharmaceutical, bioscience, animal and food science.
Kansas is also a right-to-work state. This has helped the labor costs in Kansas stay below the national average. The current union membership percentage in Kansas is 6.8 percent, well below the U.S. average. In addition, we have multiple workforce training programs and initiatives for companies new to Kansas or Kansas businesses needing to expand or restructure. Our training programs can offer direct financial assistance to train your workforce, and our workforce development professionals can assist in the recruitment of labor to staff your new business. .COMPETITIVE UTILITY RATES
Kansas possesses a built-in advantage over other states when it comes to meeting your energy needs. With one of the largest natural gas fields in the world, Kansas is among the nations leading producers of natural gas. Also, our statewide power costs are competitive with the national average.
POSITIVE BUSINESS CLIMATE
In an ongoing effort to improve the states business climate, Kansas lawmakers continue to find ways to reduce the cost of living and doing business in this state. Living costs are relatively low in Kansas at 8.7 percent below the national average, making our state one of the most affordable in the nation. Kansas housing is affordable, too, with the median value of owner-occupied housing more than 16.7 percent below the national average. In addition, Kansas ranks 15th overall for business competitiveness based on ten key economic factors, including workforce, education and transportation.
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Developing and Commercialising Drug Therapies
Dimerix Bioscience is a public unlisted clinical stage drug discovery and development company, and a wholly owned subsidiary of Sun Biomedical Limited (ASX:SBN Sun Biomedical Home Page). Based in Melbourne, Dimerixs lead clinical program is a Phase 2 study in Chronic Kidney Disease, DMX-200. This study has repurposing of existing molecules at its core, and upon successful results from this study, Dimerix intends to pursue the pathway of registration of a product for an orphan indication. The study has been initiated at the Austin Hospital under the supervision of Professor Power, and is currently recruiting patients.
The therapeutic rationale for DMX-200 was developed from Dimerixs core patented technology, known as Receptor Heteromer Investigation Technology (Receptor HIT) which can be used to elucidate receptor interactions. Applying this technology to receptors such as G-protein coupled receptors (GPCRs), Dimerix is able to identify differences in signaling behavior when receptors interact as heteromers, as expected in vivo, compared with the traditional analysis of single target receptors in isolation. In recent years Dimerix has been approached by several top 10 Pharmaceutical companies, and has assisted these with their drug discovery programs by applying the HIT technology and in house knowledge. These studies have assisted in validating Dimerixs in vitro approach as a rationale for pursuing in vivo therapeutic studies.
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Dr. Moroz and several members of his laboratory were recently featured in a story by Gainesvilles Our Town Magazine. The article follows the groundbreaking work done by the Moroz lab while at sea in their floating laboratory, a facility equipped with the latest in invertebrate sampling and genetic sequencing technology. Click here to read the
Please join us as Dr. Kate Mansfield from the University of Central Florida presents Tracking the sea turtle lost years for the Evenings at the Whitney public lecture series on Thursday, August 20th at 7 PM. Dr. Mansfield is a pioneer in satellite telemetry studies on wild sea turtles and will share her teams work
Whitney Lab undergraduate interns have been hard at work this summer helping out with our Marine Biology Summer Camp. Flagler College undergraduate internsMadison Skidmore and Cypres Ferran have been doing such a great job that they have caught the attention of the St. Augustine Record! Click here to read the full article!
Alexis Lanza, a Ph.D. student in the Seaver lab recently completed a journalism internship with the Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology (SICB). Lanza was 1 of 4 students who were awarded a learning opportunity on how to communicate a scientific topic to the general public. Her article detailed work by Dr. Sewall on the
The Sea Turtle release of Mahi earlier this month was a huge event! Over 200+ people attended the release includingstaff and volunteers from the Whitney Lab.Mahi, a juvenile green sea turtle, was rehabilitated by The Georgia Sea Turtle Center. After more than two years of intensive rehabilitation and care, the GSTC with local partners released
You may be thinking, wow, that little worm has such a complex nervous system with so many different nerve cells Yes indeed! In a recent paper entitled Nervous system development in lecithotrophic larval and juvenile stages of the annelid Capitella teleta published in the open access online journal Frontiers in Zoology on July 11,
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(AMBS) Amarantus BioScience Holdings, Inc. Amarantus is a biotechnology company developing treatments and diagnostics for diseases associated with neurodegeneration and protein misfolding-related apoptosis. The company has licensedEltoprazine, a Phase 2B ready Parkinsons Levadopa induced Dyskinesia. The company has an exclusive worldwide license to the Lymphocyte Proliferation test(“LymPro Test”) is adiagnostic blood test for Alzheimers disease and is being evaluated as a diagnostic blood test for Traumatic Brain injury and Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy.(MANF) is a human growth factor that plays a key role in the prevention of apoptosis (cell death). It is being developed for the potential treatment of RP, Parkinson’s disease, Wolfram syndrome, diabetes, Alzheimer’s disease and traumatic brain injury. Amarantus is a Founding Member of the Coalition for Concussion Treatment(#C4CT), a movement initiated in collaboration with Brewer Sports International seeking to raise awareness of new treatments in development for concussions and nervous-system disorders. The Company also owns intellectual property rights for the diagnosis of Parkinson’s Disease(“NuroPro”)and the discoveryof neurotrophic facotrs(“PhenoGuard”). ESS, previously known as PermaDermisbeing developed to be theonly tissue-engineered skin prepared from autologous (patient’s own) skin cells consisting of both epidermal and dermal layers. A small harvested section of the patient’s own skin can be grown to graft an area one hundredtimes its size in as little asthirty days.
MSPrecise is a groundbreaking advancement for the diagnosis of multiple sclerosis and is anticipated to play a pivotal role given the current high rate of misdiagnosis MSPrecise is a lab-developed test, and the successful completion of the validation study paves the way for this clinically important test to be commercialized in 2015. For further information, please visitwww.Amarantus.com,or connect withthecompany inFacebook,Twitter,LinkedIn&Google+
Amarantus Announces Publication of a Clinical Study of MSPrecise(R) Diagnostic for Identification of Relapsing-Remitting Multiple Sclerosis (RRMS) in the Journal GENE JULY 29, 2015 Amarantus BioScience Initiation of coverage Building up therapeutics assets July 27, 2015 Amarantus Diagnostics Establishes Strategic Advisory Committee-Advisors Bring Over 30 Years of Expertise in Successfully Commercializing Molecular Diagnostics Companies July 27, 2015 SeeThruEquity Initiates Coverage on Amarantus BioScience Holdings, Inc. with a Price Target of $45.34 JULY 24, 2015 Amarantus Diagnostics Meets Primary and Secondary Endpoints in Blinded, Multi-Center LP-002 Clinical Study for LymPro(R) Blood Diagnostic for Alzheimer’s Disease and Confirms LymPro’s Fit-For-Purpose Use in Clinical Trials at the 2015 Alzheimer’s Association International Conference(R) July 22, 2015 Amarantus Announces First Patient Dosed in Eltoprazine Phase 2b Study for Treatment of Parkinson’s Disease Levodopa-Induced Dyskinesia JULY 20, 2015 Amarantus Closes Cutanogen Acquisition By Jason Napodano, CFA – Wednesday, July 15, 2015 Amarantus Completes Acquisition of ESS From Lonza for the Treatment of Severe Burns – Amarantus Now Has Full Ownership of Cutanogen Corporation, Which Has Exclusive Worldwide License to Orphan Drug Product Candidate Engineered Skin Substitute (ESS) – July 15, 2015 Amarantus to Commence Trading on the OTCQX Marketplace Under Existing Ticker Symbol AMBS-Company Progressing Toward a National Stock Exchange Listing. -July 13, 2015 Amarantus Announces Issuance of United States Patent No. 9,066,903 Covering Proprietary Methods of Administration of Eltoprazine for the Treatment of Parkinson’s Disease – Patent Provides IP Protection for Lead Product Candidate Eltoprazine for the Treatment of Parkinson’s Disease – June 30, 2015 Amarantus Sets Sights On NASDAQ Jason Napodano, CFA – May 29, 2015 Amarantus Enters Into CRO Agreement With Chiltern International to Commence Phase 2b Clinical Development of Eltoprazine in Parkinson’s Disease Levodopa-Induced Dyskinesia- Company Completes Investigator Meetings in U.S. and E.U. in Preparation for Study Launch – Enrollment and Dosing for 60-Patient PD-LID Study on Track to Commence 2Q 2015 May 21, 2015 Amarantus Reports First Quarter 2015 Financial Results and Business Overview- Eltoprazine Phase 2b clinical program on track to commence in 2Q 2015 – May 20, 2015 Amarantus Announces Successful Delivery and Distribution of MANF in Preclinical Model to Brain Areas Involved in Parkinson’s Disease-Demonstrated MANF Can be Precisely Delivered to Parkinson’s-Associated Brain Areas. May 15, 2015 MANF Begins its March Towards the Clinic May 14th, 2015 Amarantus Enters Into cGMP Manufacturing Agreement With Catalent Biologics for Production of MANF for Human Clinical Studies May 14, 2015 Amarantus Receives Notice of Allowance for U.S. Patent Application Covering Proprietary Methods of Administration and Compositions in the Treatment of Parkinson’s Disease – Patent Issuance Will Provide IP Protection for Lead Product Candidate Eltoprazine for Treatment of Parkinson’s Disease Levodopa-Induced Dyskinesia (PD-LID) May 13, 2015 Amarantus Announces the Presentation of Data Showing MANF’s Positive Effect on Retinal Function at Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO) Annual Meeting May 7, 2015 Amarantus Receives Notice of Allowance for U.S. Patent Application Covering Proprietary Compositions of Matter and Methods of Use for MANF May 5, 2015 Amarantus Granted European Union Orphan Drug Designation for MANF for the Treatment of Retinitis Pigmentosa April 29, 2015 More News
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Indications Fine lines and wrinkles associated with expression lines that occur of time as well as environmental factors such as sun damage and smoking. Hyperpigmentation and/or uneven skin tone. Loss of elasticity and firmness. Spider veins. Lack of proper hydration.
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Directions Twice a day, after cleansing skin, pat dry and apply small quantity evenly to face, neck and exposed’V’ of chest. Concentrate on expression lines and areas most affected by sun damage and dryness, as well as areas of uneven pigment and loss of firmness.
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