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News

Please find below a list of selected recent news and press releases from Bio-Link, our clients and the industry. Please select a specific news list for each source from the buttons on the left hand side.

30th June 2015 – Mirxx Therapeutics wins court proceedings over IP

Mirrx Therapeutics has won in proceedings in the Danish Supreme Court against Roche Innovation Center Copenhagen, formerly Santaris Pharma A/S. This win confirms Mirrx as the rightful owner of their exciting Blockmir technology. Please see Mirrx’ press release here.

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7th January 2015 – Sydney Children’s Hospital Network produce exciting PKU therapeutic proof of principle data

Sydney Children’s Hospital Network have generated exciting in vivo proof of principle data, showing that their GM probiotic significantly limits phenylalanine blood levels in PahENU2 mice (a model of phenylketonuria, PKU), offering the prospect of an efficacious, orally bioavailable probiotic for PKU patients.

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6th August 2013 – CMRI Awarded CA Grant

Children’s Medical Research Institute has been awarded a Commercialisation Australia Skills and Knowledge Grant for the Ring StabilizerTM Program for Chronic Kidney Disease, a collaborative drug discovery program with the University of Newcastle. The grant facilitates the engagement of Bio-Link to provide proactive business development and commercial project management services to the Ring StabilizerTM Program.

Please click here for the Commercialisation Australia announcement. A non-confidential summary of the Ring StabilizerTM Program for Chronic Kidney Disease can be found in the Therapeutics Section of the Bio-Link website.

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22nd July 2013 – NeuRA Opens New Research Facility

NeuRA (Neuroscience Research Australia) officially opened the new Margarete Ainsworth Building, a $54 million research facility in Randwick, Sydney, dedicated to neurosciences research.

3rd June 2013 – CMRI to Host Chemical Proteomics Symposium

Children’s Medical Research Institute is to host the 1st Chemical Proteomics Symposium on Thursday 20th June, 2013.This symposium is the first of its kind in Australia, with an exciting program designed to highlight the diversity of chemical proteomics and showcase the strengths and directions of recent technological advancements.