EUCODIS Bioscience, an Austrian biotechnology company with strong expertise in industrial enzyme development, announces the completion of a development project for PrEP Biopharm Limited. In this collaboration, EUCODIS Bioscience developed an enzymatic method for production of a drug intermediate of PrEP-001, an immunomodulator for the prevention of the common cold and influenza and supplied key consumables for the GMP manufacturing process.
Vienna, Austria, January 27th: EUCODIS Bioscience is glad to announce that it has teamed up with Tube Pharmaceuticals to bring the production of tubulysins to a commercial level. Tube Pharmaceuticals and EUCODIS now jointly produce and commercialize tubulysin A and B and other variants of this cytotoxic compound.
Tubulysins are isolated from the culture broth of strains of Archangium gephyra and Angiococcus disciformis, both members of a Gram negative, soil-dwelling group of bacteria known as myxobacteria. The production process has been up-scaled and tubulysin A and B are now produced by EUCODIS Bioscience.
Novel Enzymatic, 1-Step Site-Specific Protein Conjugation Technology for ADC Production
Berlin, Germany, and Vienna, Austria, April 19th: ProBioGen AG, a leading specialist for contract development and manufacturing of complex glycoproteins and EUCODIS Bioscience, an expert in enzyme engineering, today jointly announced the signature of an exclusive license agreement on C-LiNK (CTAT), an innovative, site-specific ADC conjugation technology. Under the agreement ProBioGen gains exclusive rights to commercialize EUCODIS’ enzymatic C-terminal linking technology, and to offer it, together with its antibody development services, royalty-free to ADC-developing parties.
- Antibody Drug Conjugate Using CTAT Linker Technology Shows Superior Efficacy in Xenograft Trial
- EUCODIS Bioscience participates in European ERA-IB project ChitoTex
- EUCODIS Bioscience introduces new panel of Peroxidases
- INVISTA and EUCODIS Bioscience collaborate on development of enzymes for production of industrial chemicals