South Korean biotechnology firm ABL Biotechnologies signed a global licensing and exclusive collaboration agreement with Sanofi to develop and commercialize a new therapy candidate for Parkinson’s disease. 

Topics covered in this webinar will include robust, sensitive, & easy-to-use cell-based, reporter gene assays to study signaling pathways.

Pinpoint Therapeutics believes that the company’s approach to treat therapy-resistant cancers also may be effective against COVID-19.

ChemoCentryx and VFMCRP announced that the companies’ pivotal Phase III ADVOCATE clinical trial of avacopan for ANCA-associated vasculitis hit the study’s primary endpoints.

Cellectis announced a paper published in Nature Communications that describes a proof-of-concept for rewiring the cell pathway to create highly intelligent T-cells that can recognize cancerous tumors and cause a micro secretion of therapeutic proteins onto these tumors, which ultimately reshapes the tumor microenvironment and improves the T-cells ability to fight cancer.

Working with a new class of drugs called G12C KRAS inhibitors, the Francis Crick Institute and Institute of Cancer Research developed product combos to stay ahead of drug-resistant tumors.

IFM Therapeutics subsidiary IFM Due and Novartis will develop a group of immunotherapies that inhibit the cGAS/STING pathway to treat a broad range of inflammatory and autoimmune diseases.