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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved ViiV Healthcare’s two-drug, once-a-day tablet combination to treat infection by a certain type of the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).
The therapy, Juluca, consists of two previously approved drugs, dolutegravir and rilpivirine. It is the first approved HIV treatment that combines two drugs instead of three or more used in standard HIV treatment. And it's significant that it's a once-daily tablet.
Ken Tindall, Ph.D., senior vice president of science and business development at the North Carolina Biotechnology Center, has won Southeast BIO’s Leadership Award, one of several honors announced at SEBIO’s 19th Annual Investor and Partnering Forum in Pinehurst.
Thirty-five years after its founding in 1982, Durham-based QuintilesIMS has retired its name for a new one, IQVIA (pronounced as “I-Q-via”).
Shares of IQVIA will trade on the New York Stock Exchange under the new ticker symbol IQV, effective Nov. 15.
Are you ready for chicken tenders that taste and chew like the real thing, even though they’re made from plant protein without a bit of chicken? A Triangle-based company, Improved Nature, already has them and other plant-based meat-like products on the market.
That was only one of the advanced food technologies discussed by a panel of innovators at the North Carolina Professional Ag Biotech forum Wednesday at the North Carolina Biotechnology Center.
Wood, the traditional source of pulp, paper, packaging, biofuels and other industrial products, may soon find its way into fish feed bins and onto dinner plates with the use of new processing technologies developed by a North Carolina biotechnology company.
Durham-based Baebies Inc., a developer of products and services for newborn screening and pediatric testing, has closed on $10 million in Series B financing.