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Cybrexa unveils rucaparib as PARP inhibitor

Cybrexa Therapeutics reports that the FDA- and EMA-approved poly ADP-ribose polymerase (PARP) inhibitor rucaparib (marketed as Rubraca®) is conjugated in lead candidate CBX-11 (alphalex™-rucaparib). The...

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Farmington’s CaroGen lands $1.4M grant re HBV

Farmington-based immunotherapy startup CaroGen reports it has won a $1.4 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to accelerate development of its lead drug candidate, a potential...

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5/1 deadline for ‘Innovation to Impact’ grants

Innovation to Impact at Yale announces a small grant competition for promising innovators committed to addressing substance abuse and addiction. Innovators will apply for one...

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Cybrexa to present data re its lead candidate

Vishwas Paralkar, PhD, Chief Scientific Officer of Cybrexa, will present the first set of preclinical data supporting its alphalex™-PARP inhibitor lead candidate, CBX-11, at the upcoming...

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Microsoft features InveniAI in series ‘AI for Change’

InveniAI® Corporation was featured in a Microsoft-sponsored series that showcases companies making a transformative impact in their industry with AI technology. Krishnan Nandabalan, Ph.D., President...

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Alexion announces two new collaborations

Alexion Pharmaceuticals and Zealand Pharma are collaborating to discover and develop novel peptide therapies for complement-mediated diseases. Peptides offer a number of advantages, including being...

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UConn TIP fosters business opportunities

Mostafa Analoui, Executive Director of Venture Development at the University of Connecticut, recently spoke to MetroHartford Alliance about what brought him to Connecticut, his role...

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JAX and Sanofi team up against cancer

The Jackson Laboratory has signed a research agreement for up to $4.2 million with Sanofi to identify new targets to treat triple-negative breast cancer and...

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BioCT Legislative Day 3/5/19 in Review

Connecticut’s bioscience industry has seen tremendous progress in recent years, and its key players say they want to work with lawmakers and other stakeholders to...