Cellexus extends rental plan for disposable bioreactor
Cellexus Biosystems, the UK company that designs, manufactures and
sells disposable cell growth technology for the biopharmaceutical
industry, is extending the rental plan offered on its CellMaker
Lite2 single-use bioreactor in response...
Novozymes and Millipore to supply cell culture supplements
Novozymes and Millipore are to supply animal-free cell
culture supplements to the biopharmaceutical industry.
Indian firm takes over German biologics plant
An Indian firm has taken over the contract biologics manufacturing
business of German corporation Siegfried.
GE Healthcare introduces new bioprocessing products
UK-based GE Healthcare is introducing nine new product lines for
SolVin to increase PVDC production
SolVin is to expand its polyvinylidene chloride (PVDC) latex
manufacturing site in Tavaux, France, in a bid to meet growing
demand for the packaging material.
New depth filter released
US-based Pall Corporation has launched a new depth filter which is
disposable and can be scalable from personalized medicine
applications to large scale commercial use.
Baxter recalls more infusion pumps
Baxter Healthcare remains in murky waters in regard to its infusion
pumps after announcing yesterday it would be recalling an
additional 986 of its Colleague brand pumps.
Anthera's first-in-class heart drug ahead of schedule
The mid-stage trial of a drug that tackles atherosclerosis in a
totally new way is months ahead of schedule, according to its
Procter & Gamble looking to outsource API work
Procter & Gamble (P&G) has announced its intention to
outsource the active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) R&D and
manufacturing work undertaken at one of its US factories, with
resultant closure of the site and job losses.
Teva gets in on protein kinase B act
Teva Pharmaceuticals has licensed some protein kinase B technology,
including preclinical drug candidates, adding to the buzz around
this up-and-coming cancer target.
Hunting for drug candidates on Kinase SARfari
BioFocus DPI has released a new informatics system that can combine
chemical and biological data from various sources to optimise
protein kinase inhibitor candidate selection.
The most innovative drugs from cancer expo
This year's American Society for Clinical Oncology (ASCO)
conference is over and as 45,000 scientists head home,
DrugResearcher.com looks at some of the most innovative drugs that
were on show.
Thermo and Sartorius sign disposables agreement
Thermo Fisher Scientific and Sartorius have signed a supply
agreement continuing the relationship between Sartorius and
Thermo's recently acquired TC Tech.
Monitoring cell migration
A new device has been developed that will further our understanding
of cell migration responses - an important factor in tumour
metastasis, immune reactions and the development of the nervous
GE pockets single-use biotech firm
GE Healthcare has snapped up specialist in disposable manufacturing
technologies Wave Biotech, adding a host of new products and
services for the biopharmaceutical manufacturing sector to its