Newsletter | March 17, 2020

03.17.20 -- AbCellera And Lilly To Co-Develop Antibody Therapies For Treatment Of COVID-19

 
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  In Vivo Models And In Vitro Assays For Human RSV Infection - Pre-Clinical Antibody, Small Molecule And Vaccine Development
 

Recent epidemiological data indicates that over 3 million children under the age of 5 are hospitalized due to RSVrelated infections each year, with over 200,000 deaths annually. Despite over 50 years of research, there remains no licensed vaccine product, and disease due to RSV infection remains an unmet medical need. In vitro & in vivo models for RSV vaccine development can provide a critical component in development of anti-RSV antibodies, small molecules, and vaccines.

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A company has to be able to withstand the highs and lows of biologics development. To avoid costly mistakes and wasted efforts, a company must prepare for surprises along the drug development pathway.

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