biotherapeutic agent

biotherapeutic agent

A microorganism employed for therapeutic purposes.
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As the most potential live biotherapeutic agent, vaccinia virus (VACV) have been used for in vitro and in vivo studies, and clinical trials.
This approach has proven successful in the case of FDA-approved biotherapeutic agent trastuzumab emtansine for the treatment of HER2-positive cancer cells.
It is natural and customary that at a convenient community pharmacy they expect to receive a prescribed biotherapeutic agent.
It's the brand's first skincare product with biotherapeutic agent glycans.
This work represents the first report of a bioengineered version of CD19-L, a recombinant human biotherapeutic agent, targeting CD19-positive leukemic stem cells.
The company is also developing a second product, CTV-05, a proprietary biotherapeutic agent with a potentially broad range of applications in the treatment of gynecological and reproductive infections.
Via the transaction, Enterologics acquires BioBalancea[euro](tm)s proprietary biotherapeutic agent, Probactrix, as well as the firma[euro](tm)s portfolio of intellectual property and regulatory filings.
HJB can enable speedy development of high-quality biotherapeutic agents and reduce the cost of production to make biologic medicines more affordable to a global population.
Cardiovascular regenerative therapy company BioCardia Inc (OTC:BCDA) reported on Friday the receipt of two patents in the US covering the methods of preparing mesenchymal stem cell therapy for the treatment of heart failure as well as the transradial delivery of biotherapeutic agents to the heart.
Thus it's a desperate domain of research which can help us uncover successful anti-neoplastic biotherapeutic agents and to understand it's mechanism of action to establish a well founded and effective system of research.
R., Review article: the use of biotherapeutic agents in the prevention and treatment of gastrointestinal disease.
difficile toxins) and active (toxoid vaccines) immune therapies, biotherapeutic agents (non-toxigenic C.