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United under the 2019 BIO International Convention theme, “It Starts With One,” companies, academic centers, patient groups, researchers, regulatory leaders and investors worked to progress approaches in key areas, such as drug development, patient access, gene therapy, diversity and inclusion, opioids, renewable fuels and agriculture. BIO 2019 featured over 1,800 exhibitors, more than 800 speakers,[…]

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Florida International Trade and Investment Conference

Florida is one of the leading hubs in the nation for life sciences and bio-technology. Over 6,000 businesses, research centers, hospitals and other large and diverse industries call Florida home. The Florida International Trade and Investment Conference is the only statewide inbound mission program dedicated to promoting Florida as a destination for foreign direct investment[…]

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On May 21, 2019 LGM Pharma attended the BioFlorida Palm Beach/Treasure Coast Event and learned about Max Planck Florida Institute for Neuroscience’s latest research initiatives from Research Group Leader Jason Christie, PhD. Max Planck Society and Scripps Research were ranked as the world’s top two stand-alone scientific institutions for biomedical research by Nature Index. The[…]

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LGMPharma-Orphanion

March 18, 2019, Basel, Switzerland and Erlanger, Kentucky, USA – Orphanion AG, a CRO/CMO that focuses on contract research and manufacturing services for niche active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs), and LGM Pharma, LLC, a leader in API sourcing, warehousing and distribution services to the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries, today announced that they have finalized a partnering[…]

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Hamilton Lenox Joins LGM Pharma as Senior VP of Business Development

ERLANGER, Kentucky / BOCA RATON, Florida — LGM Pharma, an innovation-driven active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) company, headquartered in Erlanger, Kentucky with offices in Florida, New Jersey and Israel recently announced the appointment of Hamilton J. Lenox as Senior Vice President of Business Development at the Boca Raton, Florida location. In this capacity, Mr. Lenox will[…]

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Dactinomycin-graphic

Dactinomycin: CAS No: 50-76-0 No: 50-76-0 Dactinomycin (or actinomycin D) was the very first known antibiotic that helped fend off cancer. It’s now a standard chemotherapy medication being used to treat a variety of tumorous diseases. Doctors will typically reach for dactinomycin for sarcoma, ovarian cancer, and Wilm’s tumor.  It can also be used with certain types of neoplasia and skin moles. The[…]

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migrane

Sumatriptan CAS #: 103628-46-2 Sumatriptan is an API that works with the serotonin neurons in the brain to fight migraines and cluster headaches. By constricting the blood vessels in the brain back to their normal size and preventing the trigeminal nerve from firing at full force, sumatriptan is designed to stop symptoms as soon as they start.[…]

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Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

Cetrorelix CAS No: 120287-85-6 Cetrorelix is traditionally used as fertility API that binds to a hormone receptor to stop gonadotropin secretion. While it may be associated with women undergoing ovarian stimulation, it appears as though there’s more to this API that meets the eye. This synthetic decapeptide is being studied to help with a variety of conditions, including the[…]

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