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ERS Genomics and Syngulon Sign License Agreement on CRISPR-Cas9 Genome Editing Patents for Industrial Applications
ERS Genomics Ltd and Syngulon, a synthetic biology startup developing original genetic technologies using bacteriocins, announced today a non-exclusive license agreement which provides Syngulon with worldwide access to ERS’ CRISPR-Cas9 genome editing intellectual property for use in combination with Syngulon Patent Rights. ERS Genomics holds rights to the foundational CRISPR-Cas9 patent portfolio from Dr. Emmanuelle Charpentier, an inventor of the breakthrough gene-editing technology.
Convert Pharmaceuticals appoints Mariola Söhngen as new CEO
Convert Pharmaceuticals, a Belgian biotech company developing anti-cancer therapeutics, announces that Dr Mariola Söhngen joined as CEO, as the company gears up for its first-in-human clinical trials with its lead program.
Novosanis Colli-Pee approved by Mexican health authority
Novosanis, an innovative developer and producer of medical devices, announced today that Colli-Pee, a user-friendly self-sampling device suited for standardized collection of first-void or first-catch urine has been approved by COFEPRIS, the Federal Commission for the Protection against Sanitary Risk in Mexico.
MDxHealth (R): SelectMDx improves prostate biopsy decision-making in urology practices
MDxHealth SA (Euronext: MDXH.BR) or the "Company" today announces that the journal Urology Practice has published a study demonstrating the clinical utility of SelectMDx, the Company's non-invasive 'liquid biopsy' test to identify patients at increased risk of aggressive prostate cancer, in guiding initial prostate biopsy decision-making.