Search Results for: PROTEIN THERAPEUTICS MARKET Technology Advances
- AAV VECTOR MANUFACTURING – Challenges & Opportunities in the Manufacturing of AAV Vectors Used in the Delivery of Gene Therapy Treatments
Daniel C. Smith, PhD, indicates there remains a clear need for improved process productivities, and the need to develop manufacturing processes that can be applied to a wide number of AAV-based viral vector therapeutic candidates.
Joel Tune, MBA, says for those peptide therapeutics that meet the necessary criteria, advances in formulation technologies coupled with favorable market dynamics will continue to drive interest across the entire prescription drug spectrum for safe and effective orally administered peptide therapeutics.
Marshall Crew, PhD, President & CEO, Agere Pharmaceuticals, Inc., continues his multiple-part series discussing today’s most challenging issues in solubility.
- EXECUTIVE INTERVIEW – Battelle: Innovation in Drug Delivery Through Integrated Science & Engineering
Drug Development Executive: Amy Heintz, PhD, Senior Research Scientist at Battelle, speaks about the company’s relationship with customers and the importance of integrating device design, formulation, and human factors in the development of safe and efficient drug delivery solutions.
David S. Johnson, PhD, provides a unique insight into immune dysregulation through a proprietary technology known as Surge – a platform that quickly characterizes every cell in complex immune systems so that natural immune repertoires can be translated into medical treatments.
- ADVANCED DELIVERY DEVICES – Sophisticated Connected Wearables: Boosting Biologics’ Compliance, Value & Patient Satisfaction
Michael D. Hooven, MSME, says the new, most advanced wearable large-volume injectors available now for clinical trials and commercial application are designed to address the challenges of formulating biologics, delivery complexity, patient compliance, and cost.
Don Paul Kovarcik, MBA, and William Wittbold, MS, indicate that while protein therapeutics have enjoyed considerable commercial success throughout the past 3 decades, there still remain formulation and delivery challenges.
- FORMULATION DEVELOPMENT – Trends & Opportunities in Particle Design Technologies – Life Sciences & Biopharma in the Spotlight
Frost & Sullivan Analyst, Cecilia Van Cauwenberghe, MS, examines the observed trends in particle design and engineering technologies, as well as the main factors and opportunities driving the principal technological advances in the biopharmaceutical industry.
Peter Nielsen, MBA, explains how his company’s candidates are differentiated from those in development at other companies by the type of modification to the antisense molecule and the method by which it is conveyed to its target cell.
Neil Lesser and Matt Hefner analyze biopharmaceutical partnerships created throughout the past several decades, and based upon a comprehensive database of partnerships formed between 1980 and 2014, they found that R&D-focused partnerships have grown substantially.
Kevin James and Kevin Gainer of BCC Research indicate the development of the market for combination products is closely related to the drug delivery systems sector, which represents a vast area of research and the demand for sophisticated drug delivery devices behind many novel product developments.
- DRUG DELIVERY – Recent Advancements in Drug Delivery: Novel Formulations & Technologies Offer Improved Treatment Options
Debbie Toscano, Senior Industry Analyst, Frost & Sullivan, highlights a few recent innovative approaches to drug delivery with a focus on some of the therapeutic areas most relevant to the current pharmaceuticals market.
David M. Kleinman, MD; Andrew Loxley, PhD; Gillian M. Tocci, PhD; George Ngwa, PhD; William Gensheimer, MD; and Robert W. Lee, PhD; indicate PEGPLUS, a multifunctional graft copolymer, can be used in a host of topical ophthalmic applications.
Laurie L. Sullivan and Shalini S. Dewan, BCC Research Analysts, believe with the advent of genetic engineering and recombinant DNA technology, it is now possible to produce a wide variety of human proteins, and that these novel technologies have lifted the market for therapeutic proteins to new heights.
- DNA VACCINE TECHNOLOGY – A Vaccine Breakthrough That Could Change Lives & Enable Vaccine Development Programs
William Hearl, PhD, asks what if there was the potential for a better and safer treatment for allergies, a less-toxic cancer therapy, or a breakthrough treatment to improve the health of a pet or valuable livestock? What if you could employ a new, patented technology that may make these treatments possible?
- FORMULATION DEVELOPMENT – Recombinant Human Albumin: Delivering the Future of Type 2 Diabetes Medication
Mark Perkins, PhD, discusses the application of human serum albumin as a half-life extension technology for GLP-1 therapeutics and how further developments in recombinant human albumin technology may further change the dosing paradigm.
In this exclusive Drug Development & Delivery annual report, handheld injection experts provide their thoughts about the various factors backing the adoption of the devices including ease of use, pain-free delivery, and differentiation for product line extensions.
- CAPSULE TECHNOLOGY – Enteric Capsule Drug Delivery Technology – Achieving Protection Without Coating
Hassan Benameur, PhD, says ECDDT represents a new, faster, and easier means for oral delivery of labile entities, such as peptides, nucleotides, live biopharmaceutical products, and vaccines.
- SPECIAL FEATURE – Transdermal, Topical & Subcutaneous: Non-Invasive Delivery to Expand Product Line Extensions
Contributor Cindy H. Dubin asked delivery system providers and contract developers and manufacturers to describe their products and service offerings in their respective areas of expertise and how they are changing the overall landscape of the transdermal, topical, and subcutaneous markets.
- SPECIAL FEATURE – Prefilled Syringes & Parenteral Contract Manufacturing – Product Differentiation Is Critical
Contributor Cindy H. Dubin speaks with several of these suppliers and manufacturers about the importance of customization and differentiation as the key to pharma companies staying competitive in the prefilled syringe space.