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Oct 13, 2021
The Katsina Government has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with a Malaysia-based firm, Bionas, under which 199 million dollars would be spent to battle desertification in the state, according to News Agency of Nigeria. Speaking at the signing of the MoU on Tuesday in Katsina, Gov. Aminu Masari said the money would be used […]
Bionas Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Bionas founded?
Bionas was founded in 2001.
What is Bionas's latest funding round?
Bionas's latest funding round is Other Investors.
Who are the investors of Bionas?
Investors of Bionas include ERP-Startfonds, GENIUS Venture Capital and KfW.
Who are Bionas's competitors?
Competitors of Bionas include Entegrion, Cognate BioServices, Biomatrica, Lipomics Technologies, CytoSolv and 11 more.
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Solidus Biosciences is a company that received a STTR Phase II grant for a project entitled: Development of a Lead Optimization Chip for Drug Discovery. Their award is funded under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 and their project will address further development and commercialization of a multi-enzyme lead optimization chip (Multizyme Chip) for high-throughput generation of lead compound analogs coupled with cell-based screening for the rapid identification of biologically active derivatives. Such a capability directly impacts a key bottleneck in drug discovery; namely, the efficient optimization of lead compounds to develop drugs with optimal pharmacological properties. Solidus Biosciences, Inc. proposes to combine six biocatalysis with pharmacological screening to provide rapid identification of biologically active compounds against cell-specific targets, which is a new paradigm for lead optimization. Moreover, the Multizyme Chip platform will be well-suited for lead optimization in related industries, including agrochemicals, cosmetics, and cosmeceuticals. The Solidus technology will thus improve the competitiveness and efficiency of the pharmaceutical, cosmetics, and chemical industries, and will serve as a rich source of new and improved commercial products. The broader impacts of this research are the advances that Solidus Biosciences will achieve toward generating better and safer drugs, reducing the cost to develop these drugs, and increasing the overall efficiency of the pharmaceutical industry. Solidus will generate Multizyme Chips for purchase by pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies to facilitate their lead optimization programs, particularly those involving natural product-derived and complex synthetic small molecule leads. Cryopreservation techniques developed in Phase II will enable the sale of chips and chip-handling devices produced during Phase I, and will allow seamless penetration of the Solidus technology platform into the company's target markets. Solidus Biosciences is a company that received a STTR Phase I grant for a project entitled: Development of a Lead Optimization Chip for Drug Discovery. Their research project aims to develop a new method for generating lead compounds by using enzymatic modification of compound sets. Availability of new methodology to generate biologically active compounds from existing molecules may enhance the success of the drug discovery process and may lead to the discovery of new and useful therapeutics. Solidus Biosciences is a company that received a STTR Phase I grant for a project entitled: High-Throughput RNAi Screening of Mammalian Cells. Their research project aims to develop a system for the rapid screening of siRNAs that can inhibit genes involved in cellular responses such as hyperosmotic stress that can affect pathways of high commercial importance, including protein production. Use of hyperosmotic stress as a proof of concept system will demonstrate the feasibility of high-throughput RNAi screening and will at the same time yield results that can be used to improve monoclonal antibody production in commercial and laboratory settings Production of biopharmaceuticals such as antibodies is exquisitely responsive to the culture conditions under which the cells are grown and thus can be improved through optimizing such settings, which in turn, would affect the genes involved in the specific synthetic pathways of interest. Development of a rapid methodology to identify inhibitory RNA molecules that can inhibit genes that adversely affect yield would be of significant importance to pharmaceutical companies that produce protein therapeutics and may result in a lowering of the const of these therapeutic entities.
Core Dynamics is a development-stage company focused on the freezing and lyophilization of white blood cells and stem cells and their preservation and storage at room temperature.
Gahaga Biosciences was founded in 2006 to commercialize a method for the isolation of stem cells from placental and umbilical tissues to be used in basic research. Gahaga Biosciences intends to provide stem cells to the research and commercial markets which are valued as a potential source of a range of types of tissue. Many scientists say embryonic stem cells are generally more versatile than adult cells, although they continue to explore the possibilities of adult stem cells. The company believe that placental and umbilical stems cells are an ideal model system for conducting basic research on cell differentiation and regulation. Gahaga Biosciences seeks to supply researchers with materials to focus on the basic mechanisms of stem cell differentiation - how stem cells make the decision to move from their stem cell state into a more committed phenotype. Gahaga also seeks to exploit the company's experience in other methods such as pancreatic islets.
NeuroGenomeX is a drug discovery company developing novel treatments for diseases of the brain and nervous system. The current NeuroGenomeX discovery program is focused on therapeutic target areas of epilepsy and traumatic brain injury. NeuroGenomeX is advancing its lead drug candidate, 2-deoxy-D-glucose (2DG), as an anticonvulsant that stops seizures and has beneficial effects against adverse long-term consequences of epilepsy. 2DG also has shown favorable therapeutic neuroprotective effects in animal models of traumatic brain injury (TBI).
Salzburg Therapeutics is a drug development company that is developing Cytotoxamer and Genotoxamer products for cancer treatment. The company's technology aims to provide a solution for delivering activated forms of anticancer drugs, nanoparticles, and other moieties specifically to cancer cells.
Aiming to leverage the knowledge of GSK's Biotransformation and Natural Products scientific team, Novacta Biosystems Ltd was founded in 2003. In the following 5 years, Novacta successfully adopted a dual business model, whereby it developed a biocatalysis and microbial pathway engineering service business, that supported its efforts to build an infectious disease therapeutic pipeline.
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