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Numerous companies are evaluating CXCR4 antagonists in early-stage clinical studies for their potential in stem cell transplantation, acute myeloid leukemia and other disorders, and BioLineRx's lead compound appears to be a frontrunner in the race to market.
The Swiss major is paying up to $387m to get access to potential natural antibiotics that have not been analyzed previously, 'owing to historical technology limitations.'
An IMI-backed consortium is developing inhaled formulations of the privately held Swiss company's murepavadin and Novartis's tobramycin to reduce infections suffered by bronchiectasis and cystic fibrosis patients.
Regulatory incentives have been successful at attracting developers to antibiotic R&D, but significant medical advances have stubbornly remained rare. Now the pipeline has produced the first novel antibiotic to receive breakthrough status from US FDA and some Phase III trials are raising the efficacy bar to superiority.
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