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The year of the blockbuster

The year of the blockbuster

UK, the projected blockbuster list includes four biologicals, one  RNAi-based drug, one vaccine  and six small molecules. ... It is expected to become the first FDA-approved RNAi therapeutic following Alnylam’s completion of its new drug application

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  • Boosting pharma’s metabolic rate Boosting pharma’s metabolic rate

    New frontiers such as cell therapy and RNAi are becoming therapeutic realities and exciting new challenges are coming over the horizon, creating a constantly shifting landscape that leaders must navigate.

  • Deal Watch September 2016 Deal Watch September 2016

    800. Arrowhead / Amgen. Licences. 2 agreements to develop and commercialise RNAi therapies in CVS disease, upfront payments of $35m, $21.5m in equity plus $617m in option payments. ... 95. Geron / J&J. Licence. Exclusive worldwide rights to Geron's

  • Pharma deals during January 2014 Pharma deals during January 2014

    Our table includes four RNAi-based deals, so are we seeing a resurgence of interest in this field? ... The deal comprised a range of RNAi assets including pre-clinical candidates, IP and delivery technologies.

  • Deal Watch table for January 2014 Deal Watch table for January 2014

    300. Merck/Alnylam. Divestment. Sale of Merck's RNAi therapeutics unit Sirna. 290.

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  • Bruce Peacock joins Dicerna from Ophthotech Bruce Peacock joins Dicerna from Ophthotech

    Massachusetts-headquartered Dicerna develops RNAi-based therapeutics with a focus on the discovery and development of treatments for rare inherited diseases involving the liver and for cancers that are genetically defined.

  • Silence appoints chief medical officer Silence appoints chief medical officer

    These studies involve Silence's investigational portfolio of RNA interference (RNAi) therapeutics, which aim to treat conditions by selectively turning off genes expressed in an individual with a certain disease.

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  • How do you define a biotech company?

    This approach is particularly apparent in some of the recent examples of technology pioneered by biotech organisations, such as CAR-T technology (Novartis, Juno and Kite Pharma) and RNAi (Alnylam) where 

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