BEIJING – Shanghai Junshi Biosciences Ltd. is developing neutralizing antibodies as a potential treatment for COVID-19, and the program will move on to clinical trials soon. Meanwhile, the biotech is set to launch a pre-revenue IPO on Shanghai’s STAR market.
Regulatory snapshots, including global submissions and approvals, clinical trial approvals and other regulatory decisions and designations: Aegea Medical, Biolase, Biofire Defence, Biomérieux, Diacarta, Helius Medical Technologies, Mesa Biotech.
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HONG KONG – As the number of COVID-19 confirmed cases and deaths continue to rise globally, South Korea’s focus on testing has attracted international attention. Two diagnostic kits made by domestic companies Seegene Inc.and Kogene Biotech Co. Ltd. are currently preparing to apply for U.S FDA approval.
Trying to build out a new med-tech product category is a time-consuming and costly endeavor. Senseonics Holdings Inc. has long pursued the vision of extended-use, implantable continuous glucose monitoring. Since it was founded in 1996, the Germantown, Md.-based company has already spent roughly half a billion dollars to get there.