China Biologics' fibrinogen moves into large Chinese trial
This article was originally published in Scrip
The recent regulatory approval for a clinical trial programme with China Biologic Products' (CBP) first human fibrinogen preparation is expected to lead to the commercial production and sale of the product in around two years' time.
You may also be interested in...
In this week's podcast edition of Scrip's Five Must-Know Things, hear about Sanofi’s rebates, Moderna’s business prospects, US views on coronavirus vaccine comparisons, Piot talk about virus variants, and new results for Amgen's asthma drug.
Plus deals involving WuXi AppTec/OXGENE, Oscotec/Beatica, ReViral/LianBio, Wugen/HCW Biologics, Starton/Haisco, Shanghai Junshi/AstraZeneca, HitGen/Uppthera, Bridge/LegoChem, Macrogen/Lifex, BeiGene/Boston Immune
Chordia only came into being in late 2017 but has already struck its first major licensing-out deal with a major pharma firm. It is now looking ahead to taking forward a portfolio of novel oncology assets originally acquired from investor Takeda.