Advaccine Biopharmaceuticals Suzhou Co., Ltd
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Soon after Zydus Cadila won a historic accelerated approval in India for the world’s first plasmid DNA vaccine for human use, in this case against COVID-19, Inovio’s candidate is set to move to Phase III in Brazil. But will the new technology find wide acceptance?
A plasmid DNA vaccine for human use has moved a step closer to reality, with Zydus Cadila applying for an accelerated nod for its COVID-19 candidate in India. 67% efficacy reported in an interim data readout and Delta variant being the prominent strain during a Phase III trial imply better odds for approval.
Inovio looks to countries outside the US to continue late-stage development of its vaccine, while a South Korean firm strikes a supply deal with Indonesia and Japan approves a new drug for COVID-19.
Zydus Cadila is to begin testing a three-dose recombinant DNA vaccine candidate in Phase III Indian trials, which might enter late-stage development ahead of Inovio and AnGes. The company promised to provide 100-150 million doses by end of 2021 at the J.P. Morgan Conference, though adherence could be a roadblock.
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