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Prnewswire | September 21, 2020
In drug discovery, as with many of the life sciences, data is key. The size of a dataset and the quality of the analyses has a powerful influence on the success of a given drug development programme. There is great potential for the cloud to aid drug discovery, as it offers companies the ability to dynamically scale their research and analyse more data than they would with their on-premise infrastructure. OMass Therapeutics saw an opportunity to accelerate their virtual screening capabilities by...
DECK 7 | March 23, 2020
Since the implementation of Data Protection Act in 2018, the approach behind the use of data has changed dramatically. Our clients and customers don’t just want a great experience, they also want to make sure they can trust us. Tweet This! And it makes perfect sense in the present time and space. But as data is considered a key factor in positive customer experience, the U.S. brands and agencies have found it to be increasingly complicated to earn customer trust while rem...
Pharmaceutical Business review - | April 01, 2020
Eli Lilly has entered into a potential $880m research deal with Sitryx to discover and develop new immunometabolic medicines. Under an exclusive global licensing and research collaboration, the companies will involve in the assessment of up to four novel preclinical targets detected by Sitryx. The new targets may help develop potential new medicines for autoimmune diseases. Lilly immunology vice president Dr Ajay Nirula said: “As Lilly seeks to develop new and unique medicines for people s...
Fiercepharma | June 11, 2020
Takeda has earmarked another chunk of business for divestment to help it pay down debt. The Japanese pharma is offloading 18 over-the-counter and prescription drugs marketed in the Asia-Pacific region to South Korea’s Celltrion for $278 million, it said on Thursday. The portfolio generated sales of about $140 million in the fiscal year ended in March 2019, mainly driven by DPP-4 diabetes drug Nesina and hypertension med Edarbi, Takeda said. It will continue to manufacture the products and ...
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