The legal and ethical considerations relating to the supply and use of human tissue for biomedical research: A UK perpective

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The legal and ethical considerations relating to the supply and use of human tissue for biomedical research: A UK perpective
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Drug Patent Expirations for September 26 2014

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IONSYS

Incline Therap

fentanyl hydrochloride

Sep 26, 2014

NEORAL

Novartis

cyclosporine

Sep 26, 2014

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Drug Patent Expirations for September 21 2014

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insulin recombinant human

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Building Biotechnology in Poland

I will be presenting at Bioinnovation 2014 in Gdansk, Poland on October 20-21st. My talk will cover entrepreneurship and business development guidance from my textbook, Building Biotechnology and global competitiveness considerations from my global biotechnology ranking for Scientific American Worldview. I look forward to meeting European and Polish biotechnology practitioners, and learning more about biotechnology […]


Drug Patent Expirations for September 23 2014

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tretinoin

Sep 23, 2014

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Fresenius Kabi Usa

ropivacaine hydrochloride

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Embryo and stem cell research: Views from the USA

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Embryo and stem cell research: Views from the USA
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Trends in patent filings depict a decade of research into the genome-based technologies

In this article, we look at how patent filings in three key areas of genome-related research indicate the direction of private and public research in sequencing technology, personalised medicine and synthetic biology. Patent landscaping allows for anal…


Advances in drug development & approvals landscape, and industry partnerships

The Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO) held its 2014 Annual Convention at the San Diego Convention Center, CA (June 23-26, 2014). This event was attended by more than 15,660 industry leaders that included 2,500 Chief Executive Officers (CEOs), several U.S. Governors, and ­representatives from 50 states and 70 countries. The BIO Exhibition saw presence of over 1,800 exhibitors with 55 state and international pavilions. Additional features of the Convention comprised 192 company presentations, 800 speakers and 160 sessions in 9 specialty forums and 8 educational tracks and 29,000+ one-on-one partnering meetings between 3,100+ ­companies. Keynote speakers featured Sir Richard Branson and Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton. 


What the patent dance of the Biosimilars Act means for biosimilars

There are currently only two biosimilars on the market in the US in contrast to the 21 biosimilars have been approved in Europe since 2006. Part of the reason for the lack of biosimilars is that until recently, there has been no abbreviated pathway for a biosimilar to reach the market meaning that biosimilars had to undergo the long and costly process of obtaining approval just like an innovator biologic product. After years of negotiation, however, the Biologics Price Competition and Innovation Act (the “Biosimilars Act”) was signed into law on March 23, 2010, by President Obama as Title VII of the Patent Protection and Affordable Care Act. The Biosimilars Act established an abbreviated pathway by which the FDA could approve generic versions of previously licensed biological products. The Biosimilars Act sets forth several requirements for biosimilar applications, including the so-called “Patent Dance” which describes the process by which the biosimilar applicant and the reference product sponsor (“RPS”) exchange patent-related information before the biosimilar can enter the market. In this article, we will explore what the Patent Dance is and what it means for biosimilars that are seeking market entry in the US.

 

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