AbbVie Acquires Syndesi Therapeutics, Strengthening Neuroscience Portfolio
AbbVie, 01 March 2022: AbbVie (NYSE: ABBV) today announced it has completed the acquisition of Syndesi Therapeutics SA, which will help to expand AbbVie’s neuroscience portfolio. This acquisition gives AbbVie access to Syndesi’s portfolio of novel modulators of the synaptic vesicle protein 2A (SV2A), including its lead molecule SDI-118. The mechanism is currently being evaluated for the potential treatment of cognitive impairment and other symptoms associated with a range of neuropsychiatric and neurodegenerative disorders, such as Alzheimer’s disease and major depressive disorder.
SpliceBio Raises EUR 50M in Oversubscribed Series A financing to Advance Protein Splicing Platform and Expand Gene Therapy Pipeline
SpliceBio, 16 February 2022: SpliceBio, a biotechnology company exploiting protein splicing to develop next generation gene therapies, today announced the completion of an oversubscribed €50 million series A financing. The financing was co-led by UCB Ventures and existing shareholder Ysios Capital and joined by new investors New Enterprise Associates (NEA), Gilde Healthcare, Novartis Venture Fund, and existing shareholder Asabys Partners. The Company was seeded in 2020 by Ysios Capital and Asabys Partners.
15 December 2021: EsoBiotec is a biotechnology company developing an in vivo engineering platform to produce cancer fighting cells inside the patient’s body.
Walden: targeting podocytes as linchpin for kidney function
Walden, 29 October 2021: targeting podocytes as linchpin for kidney function.
Syndesi Therapeutics announces commencement of dosing in clinical trial of SDI-118 in elderly subjects with cognitive impairment
Syndesi, 21 October 2021: Syndesi Therapeutics announces commencement of dosing in clinical trial of SDI-118 in elderly subjects with cognitive impairment.
ExeVir Announces First Patient Enrolled in Phase 1b/2 Clinical Study evaluating XVR011 as antiviral treatment of patients hospitalised for COVID-19
Belgium, 1 September 2021: ExeVir, which is developing single domain antibody therapies providing broad protection against viral infections, today announces that the first patient has been treated in a Phase 1b/2 global clinical study of XVR011, its potent COVID-19 neutralizing antibody.
ExeVir announces first subjects dosed in Phase I clinical study of potent COVID-19 neutralizing antibody
Belgium, 18 August 2021: ExeVir, which is developing single domain antibody therapies providing broad protection against viral infections, today announces that the first subjects have been dosed in a Phase I clinical study of XVR011, its llama-derived antibody for the treatment and prevention of COVID-19.