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MRI Interventions, Inc. (MRIC) a platform neurosurgery company developing products designed to deliver navigation, ablation, deep brain stimulation, aspiration, biopsy and gene therapy today announced a collaboration with Voyager Therapeutics, Inc. (VYGR) to design, manufacture and supply the Variable Trajectory Array Guide, or V-TAG, neurosurgical device for Voyager. Under the collaboration, Voyager transferred its existing 510(k) clearance for the V-TAG device to MRI Interventions who will manufacture and supply the device as a choice for neurosurgeons, along with MRI’s Clearpoint® system, for use in Voyager’s RESTORE-1 Phase 2 trial of its VY-AADC gene therapy program for Parkinson’s disease. “We continue to evolve and expand our relationship with Voyager with the common goal of delivering gene therapy to specific regions of the brain with accuracy to give our patients the best possible chance at success,” commented Joe Burnett, President and CEO at MRI Interventions.
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Initiated RESTORE-1 Phase 2 trial for VY-AADC for Parkinson’s disease Began IND-enabling preclinical studies for ALS-SOD1 and Huntington’s disease programs Recently announced.
AbbVie (ABBV) expands its collaboration with Voyager Therapeutics to develop potential vectorized antibodies for Parkinson's disease (PD) and other synucleinopathies.
CORAL GABLES, FL/ ACCESSWIRE / February 22, 2019 / With the new year only a few months old, the biotech stock market is already whirring with the excitement surrounding companies developing nuanced approaches to creating a wide array of new forms of treatment options for patients in need of care. Naturally, companies in the biotech sector working to address these challenges are garnering significant notoriety among consumers as well as investors. Premier Health Group (PHGRF) (PHGI), Ocular Therapeutix Inc (OCUL), Voyager Therapeutics Inc (VYGR), and Amarin Corporation plc (NASDAQ:AMRN) represent 4 biotech stocks stepping up their game on Friday.
Voyager (Nasdaq: VYGR) is expanding its partnership with pharmaceutical company AbbVie (Nasdaq: ABBV), launching a research effort to develop antibody treatments that can be delivered directly to the brain and target a protein called alpha-synuclein.
surged more than 20% on Friday after the gene therapy company announced a collaboration agreement with pharmaceutical giant AbbVie Inc. Under terms of the agreement, Voyager will receive $65 million upfront and up to $245 million in preclinical and phase 1 option payments, as well as up to an additional $728 million in potential development, regulatory, and commercial milestone payments and royalties. LATEST NEWS: We just announced a new collaboration w/ @VoyagerTx focused on developing potential treatments for Parkinson's disease.
Shares of Voyager Therapeutics Inc. ran up 14.2% in premarket trade Friday, after the gene therapy company and AbbVie Inc. announced a collaboration to develop antibodies to treat Parkinson's disease. AbbVie's stock was still inactive ahead of the open. Under terms of the collaboration, Voyager will receive $65 million upfront and up to $245 million in preclinical and phase 1 option payments, as well as up to an additional $728 million in potential milestone payments and royalties. Voyager is also eligible to earn up to a total of $500 million in commercial milestones. Voyager's stock has lost 10% over the past three months, while AbbVie shares have declined 8.6% and the S&P 500 has gained 4.7%.
The delivery of sufficient quantities of antibodies across the blood-brain barrier is one of the major limitations of current biologic therapies for neurodegenerative diseases that require frequent systemic injections with large amounts of antibodies. Voyager’s vectorized antibody platform and approach aims to circumvent this limitation by delivering, with a potential one-time intravenous administration, the genes that encode for the production of therapeutic antibodies utilizing Voyager’s blood-brain barrier penetrant adeno-associated virus (AAV) capsids.
- Deal expands collaborative efforts on vectorized antibodies to target pathological species of alpha-synuclein - Voyager to receive $65 million upfront and up to $245 million in preclinical and Phase ...
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Feb. 19, 2019 -- Voyager Therapeutics, Inc. (NASDAQ: VYGR), a clinical-stage gene therapy company focused on developing life-changing treatments for severe.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Feb. 18, 2019 -- Voyager Therapeutics, Inc. (NASDAQ: VYGR), a clinical-stage gene therapy company focused on developing life-changing treatments for severe.
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Ahead of the opening this week, the German biotech firm signed two major partnerships with Boston-based Orchard Therapeutics and San Francisco-based Denali Therapeutics, and is also in the process of closing another partnership with a U.S. biotech company focused on hemophilia treatments.
The continued need for new Parkinson's disease treatments drew attention this week, with one local gene therapy biotech striking a $165 million collaboration deal, while another companies' drug was rejected by the FDA.
NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / January 30, 2019 / U.S. markets were mostly down Tuesday on the latest batch of corporate earnings and as investors await details from the Feds' two-day policy meeting. The ...