Improving delivery of biologics
This article was originally published in Start Up
Arecor Ltd.'s Arestat technology is designed to improve the stability of biologics that otherwise can't be formulated as a liquid, because they are too unstable or the required protein concentration means that the viscosity is too high. Arecor's platform allows its collaborators to develop new products, cut their development and manufacturing costs, or gain a competitive advantage by creating a ready-to-use formulation that can be given as a smaller or faster-acting dose.
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