Cyclacel Pharmaceuticals, Inc. company was founded in 1992 and is headquartered in Berkeley Heights, New Jersey. Cyclacel Pharmaceuticals, Inc., a development-stage biopharmaceutical company, engages in the discovery, development, and commercialization of novel, mechanism-targeted drugs to treat human cancers and other serious disorders. Its orally-available drugs in clinical development include Sapacitabine (CYC682), an oral nucleoside analogue, which is in phase II studies for the treatment of hematological malignancies, such as acute myeloid leukemia in the elderly, myelodysplastic syndromes, cutaneous T-cell lymphoma, and lung cancer; Seliciclib (CYC202), a CDK (cyclin dependent kinase) inhibitor, which is in phase II studies for the treatment of lung cancer and nasopharyngeal cancer; and CYC116, an Aurora kinase and VEGFR2 inhibitor that is in phase I studies for patients with solid tumors. The company, through its subsidiary, ALIGN Pharmaceuticals, LLC, markets directly Xclair Cream for radiation dermatitis, as well as Numoisyn Liquid and Numoisyn Lozenges for xerostomia in the United States. It focuses on building a diversified biopharmaceutical business focused in hematology, oncology, and other therapeutic areas based on a portfolio of commercial products and a development pipeline of novel drug candidates.
Martek Biosciences Corporation was founded in 1985 and is headquartered in Columbia, Maryland. Martek Biosciences Corporation engages in the innovation and development of nutritional products from microbial sources, including algae, fungi, and other microbes worldwide. Its products include life'sDHA, a vegetarian source of the omega-3 fatty acid DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) for use in infant formula, pregnancy and nursing products, foods and beverages, dietary supplements, and animal feeds; and life'sARA, a vegetarian source of the omega-6 fatty acid ARA (arachidonic acid) for use in infant formula. The company also provides contract manufacturing services for the production of enzymes, specialty chemicals, vitamins, and agricultural specialty products. It sells oils containing fatty acids under the names of life'sDHA, DHASCO, Neuromins, ARASCO, and life'sARA. The company markets its nutritional oils primarily to the infant formula, pregnancy and nursing, food and beverage, dietary supplement, and animal feed markets.
ConjuChem Biotechnologies Inc. (ConjuChem) is a Canadian biotechnology company dedicated to the discovery of therapeutics with an initial focus on diabetes. The Company is focused on discovering and developing new drugs based on its technology platforms called Drug Affinity Complex (DAC) and Preformed Conjugate-Drug Affinity Complex (PC-DAC). The Company has developed the DAC Technology, a platform that enables the rapid creation of improved, patentable drugs from existing small organic compounds or peptides. The Company also designs drugs to treat an array of pathologies, such as diabetes, cancer and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). ConjuChem has multiple research programs in-house and has one product in clinical trials.
Instrumentation Laboratory Company develops and manufactures diagnostic medical equipment primarily for hospitals and clinical laboratories around the globe. The company provides critical care systems, hemostasis products, and information management services. Its product lines include GEM and Synthesis analyzers for critical care diagnostics, and ACL and HemosIL analyzers and reagents for automated clot-timing testing. Its products are marketed through global affiliates and third-party distributors. Instrumentation Laboratory was established in 1959 and is a division of private Spanish health care company Werfen Group.
Rubicon Genomics, Inc. was founded in 2000 and is based in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Rubicon Genomics, Inc. engages in the development and commercialization of pre-analytical and analytical kits and licenses to improve genetic, epigenetic, and expression analysis in research, diagnostic, and other clinical applications. It offers GenomePlex whole genome amplification platform, a research and diagnostic pre-analytical tool to amplify and standardize DNA for genetic analysis; TransPlex whole transcriptome amplification platform, which amplifies and standardizes RNA sequences for expression analysis; and MethylPlex platform, which amplifies and standardizes the methylated portion of DNA for methylation analysis. The company also provides kits for research and diagnostics applications; contract services to biotech, pharma, and diagnostic companies and institutions; OEM reagents for diagnostic manufacturing; partnerships to develop and commercialize cancer biomarkers and tests; out-licenses for cancer biomarkers; and out-licenses for kits and processes. In addition, it offers fee-for-service products, including whole genome amplification services, single-cell whole genome amplification services, whole transcriptome amplification services, and methylated DNA amplification and analysis services. The company serves pharmaceutical, biotechnology, diagnostic, government, academic, and research institutions.
King Pharmaceuticals was founded in 1993 and is headquartered in Bristol, Tennessee. King Pharmaceuticals, Inc. research and develops, manufactures, markets, and sells branded prescription pharmaceutical products and animal health products worldwide. The companys branded prescription pharmaceuticals include neuroscience products, such as Skelaxin, Avinza, and Sonata; hospital products, including Thrombin-JMI and Synercid; acute care products that comprise Bicillin and Intal; and legacy products consisting of Altace, Levoxyl, and Cytomel to general/family practitioners, internal medicine physicians, neurologists, pain specialists, surgeons, and hospitals. Its animal health business focuses on medicated feed additives (MFAs) and water-soluble therapeutics, which are anti-infective products primarily for poultry, cattle, and swine markets.King Pharmaceuticals Inc. also manufactures and markets pharmaceutical products that are delivered using an auto-injector to commercial and government markets. Its auto-injector products include EpiPen, an auto-injector filled with epinephrine for the treatment of anaphylaxis resulting from severe or allergic reactions to insect stings or bites, foods, drugs, and other allergens, as well as idiopathic or exercise-induced anaphylaxis; the nerve agent antidotes, including AtroPen and ComboPen; and the Antidote Treatment Nerve Agent Auto-injector. King Pharmaceuticals also licenses rights to third-party pharmaceutical companies to manufacture and market adenosine-based products, Adenoscan and Adenocard. Adenoscan is a sterile, intravenous solution of adenosine administered intravenously as an adjunct to imaging agents used in cardiac stress testing of patients. Adenocard is a sterile solution of adenosine administered intravenously in emergency situations to convert certain irregular heart rhythms to normal sinus rhythms. It distributes its branded pharmaceutical products through wholesale pharmaceutical distributors and a sales force.
Lannett Company, Inc. was founded in 1942 and is based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Lannett Company, Inc. develops, manufactures, markets, and distributes generic versions of pharmaceutical products in the United States. The company manufactures and/or sells various prescription products. Its product portfolio includes acetazolamide, baclofen, and bethanechol chloride tablets; amantadine gel capsules; butalbital, aspirin, and caffeine with codeine phosphate, danazol, and clindamycin HCl capsules; cocaine topical solution; and dicyclomine tablets and capsules. Lannett company's products also comprise digoxin, dipyridamole, doxycycline, doxycycline hyclate, esterified estrogen and methyltestoterone, hydrochlorothiazide, hydromorphone HCl, and levothyroxine sodium tablets; morphine sulfate oral solutions; and OB-natal one gel capsules. In addition, its products consist of pilocarpine HCl, primidone, probenecid, terbutaline sulfate, and unithroid tablets; oxycodone HCl oral solution; rifampin and ursodiol capsules; and phentermine HCl tablets and capsules. Lannett Company markets its products under the brand names of Diamox, Symmetrel, Lioresal, Urecholine, Fiorinal, Cleocin, Danocrine, Bentyl, Lanoxin, Persantine, Adoxa, Periostat, Estratest, Hydrodiuril, Dilaudid, Levoxyl/ Synthroid, Roxanol, PrimaCare ONE, Roxicodone, Adipex-P, Fastin, Salagen, Mysoline, Benemid, Rifadin, Brethine, Actigall, and Fiorinal w/ Codeine #3. The company sells its pharmaceutical products to generic pharmaceutical distributors, drug wholesalers, chain drug retailers, private label distributors, mail-order pharmacies, other pharmaceutical manufacturers, managed care organizations, hospital buying groups, governmental entities, and health maintenance organizations.
Roche s.r.o in the Czech Republic is just a hop, skip, and a jump away from parent company Roche Holding Ltd. in nearby Switzerland. Its operations are focused more on the parent company's diagnostic products than on its traditional pharmaceuticals; Roche s.r.o. has two facilities in Prague for manufacturing and distributing tests for Hepatitis B and C, HIV, cancer, and other diseases. One is devoted exclusively to diabetic products -- diabetes is a growing problem in the Czech Republic. Roche s.r.o. also markets pharmaceuticals made at other Roche facilities, including such popular therapies as cancer drugs Avastin and Herceptin, lymphona drug MabThera, and osteporosis drug Bonviva.
William Ransom & Son plc is a United Kingdom-based company engaged in the supply of branded natural health products, vitamins and food supplements, the manufacture of pharmaceutical products and the extraction of plant material for the pharmaceutical, food and beverage industries. The Company operates in three divisions: consumer healthcare, pharmaceutical and natural products. Consumer healthcare includes the sale of consumer-branded healthcare products. The pharmaceutical division includes the manufacture of its own Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA)-licensed products, as well as pharmaceuticals and over-the-counter products for third parties. The natural products division includes the manufacture of botanical extracts used as ingredients by the pharmaceutical division and sold to third parties.
Genta plays rough with cancer. The firm develops drugs, including DNA/RNA medicines and more traditional small molecule drugs, for cancer and other diseases. Lead candidate Genasense blocks production of a protein that can cause resistance to cancer treatments. The company is hoping for marketing approval of Genasense to be used in conjunction with chemotherapy by patients with lymphocytic leukemia and malignant melanoma. Genasense is also in clinical trials for treatment of other diseases, such as prostate and colon cancer. Its small molecule program yielded Ganite, an FDA-approved treatment for hypercalcemia (a potentially fatal side effect of cancer); but the company does not actively market the drug.
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