Versantis will use the €16 million to trial a drug designed to remove toxic metabolites from liver disease patients.
No biohazardous substances were in the room where the explosion happened, according to the Russian virology center.
The biopharmaceutical pipeline is growing at double the rate of the small-molecule market, representing the fastest-growing sector of the industry.
Merck has a shot at becoming the first company to receive clearance to sell a vaccine against the virus in the U.S.
Acceleron has chalked up another phase 2 flop as its pipeline thins a little more.
Terazosin, a decades-old drug for enlarged prostate, appears to improve Parkinson's symptoms, tests in animal models and a large patient database show.
Smaller biotechs are continuing their biopharma hiring spree as two startups nab some big names for their aspiring cancer drug research.
In a 7-2 vote, an FDA panel backed Aimmune’s peanut allergy treatment for approval. It desensitizes patients with increasing doses of peanut protein.
In a phase 1 trial of Atara's T-cell therapy for MS, patients who received the highest of the two doses reported showed an improvement in symptoms.
The project is built on the AlivaMab Mouse platform that is already widely used by in-house R&D teams at large biopharma companies.
As the White House continues its push for the benefits of "right to try," the first CRO associated with the law has come onto the stage.