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BioMed X teams with J&J on inflammation, drug delivery research. Stem cell firm Calidi inks licensing deals with U. of Chicago, City of Hope and Northwestern. MD Anderson teams with Blueprint and Hummingbird.
The intellectual property, also held by Eureka, may offer a new pathway for treating relapsed MM patients. Sorrento inks cancer partnerships with Karolinska Institutet and Mayo Clinic.
Pascal and Oblato separately license therapeutic candidates for glioblastoma multiforme, while Cabaletta emerges from UPenn with novel program for CAAR-T therapies in B-cell mediated autoimmune disease.
Using stem cells, researchers have shown that the gene mutation that causes fragile X leads to gene silencing through the binding of a small repeat mRNA transcript to the gene itself. They further show that a small molecule can disrupt this RNA-DNA duplex, preventing the disease from occurring and suggesting a potential prenatal therapy.
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