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  1. [해외논문]   US and EU legal and regulatory update  

    Wilkinson, John
    Journal of commercial biotechnology v.12 no.3 , 2006 , 1462-8732 ,

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    The Advocate-General of the European Court of Justice (ECJ) has delivered an important opinion that, if adopted by the judges of the court, would mean an extension in the availability of Supplementary Protection Certificates (SPCs) throughout the European Union (EU). In Case C-431/04 Massachusetts Institute of Technology (unreported opinion of 24th November, 2005), 1 the Advocate-General proposed a broad interpretation of the definition of the products for which an SPC could be obtained, arguing that a `combination medicinal product' comprising an active ingredient and an excipient could be considered as a product attracting SPC protection.

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  2. [해외논문]   Research collaboration and development of intellectual property with the University of Southampton in the field of asthma and COPD  

    Holgate, Stephen , Edwards, Sue
    Journal of commercial biotechnology v.12 no.3 , 2006 , 1462-8732 ,

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    The University of Southampton, one of the UK's top ten research universities, has an active enterprise agenda encompassing commercial licensing, spin-out creation, commercial research collaboration, consultancy and staff development. Southampton aims to be a recognised world leader in its interactions with industry while maintaining the ethos of a leading academic centre of research and teaching excellence. This paper explores the creation of and ongoing relationship between Southampton and Synairgen plc, a spin-out from the University founded on its expertise in the field of asthma and COPD, as a case study of the benefits and balances to be found between academic, enterprise and corporate agendas.

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  3. [해외논문]   Winning the game: Public funds for biotech companies  

    Gollin, Michael , Jack, Eva , Chase, Terry , Soriano, Jesus , Smith, Robert
    Journal of commercial biotechnology v.12 no.3 , 2006 , 1462-8732 ,

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    This is a transcript from a session held at the Biotechnology Industry Organization 2005 Annual International Convention held in Philadelphia from 19th to 22nd June, 2005, where the authors discussed their experiences and answered questions from the floor. All biotechnology companies can benefit from public funding A€“ small, mid-size and large corporations and non-profits. Examples include funding for applied health research; the BioShield homeland security initiative; and sales to federal, state and local government customers. The panel discussed the basics: (1) where to find money (for example, at NIH, FDA, DOD, DHS, DOE, EPA, via ATP, SBIR and DARPA grants, or from philanthropies such as the Gates Foundation); (2) pros and cons of various approaches to obtaining public funds (via earmarked appropriations, grants, cooperative research agreements, procurement contracts or philanthropy); (3) structuring the deal (allocating liability, intellectual property ownership, deliverables, sharing and commercialising results); and (4) managing the relationship (reporting requirements, follow-on funding).

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  4. [해외논문]   Pitfalls of valuation in biotech  

    Villiger, Ralph , Bogdan, Boris
    Journal of commercial biotechnology v.12 no.3 , 2006 , 1462-8732 ,

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    Biotech companies face the need for valuation at various stages: fund raising, licence contracts, initial public offerings and mergers and acquisitions. The authors explain why common discounted cash flow methods are not suitable for drug development projects, sketch how real options valuation works, and address the most important misunderstandings.

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  5. [해외논문]   Commercial biotechnology in Latin America: Current opportunities and challenges  

    Quezada, Fernando
    Journal of commercial biotechnology v.12 no.3 , 2006 , 1462-8732 ,

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    The unparalleled growth of commercial biotechnology in the USA and Europe during the past two decades has also been marked by its steady development in Latin America. Brazil, Cuba, Argentina, Chile, Mexico and others have made significant strides in building their research and production capacity in modern biotechnology. As these countries have pioneered new biotechnology applications in agriculture, mining, biofuels, human and animal healthcare a number have also launched national biotechnology plans with long-term investment commitments. Newly formed biotechnology trade associations in the region are expanding their membership and rapidly gaining international visibility. Along with the growth of commercial biotechnology in Latin America comes the need to address a series of issues associated with public perception, regulatory framework and intellectual property protection, financing mechanisms, workforce development and more. Government agencies and related public institutions are challenged to adjust their policies and operations to address these changing needs. The private sector and the international community at large will continue to play critical roles in the region through knowledge networks, technology exchanges and joint business investments.

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  6. [해외논문]   Editorial: Finding the Holy Grail in a grain of rice  

    Miller, Henry I
    Journal of commercial biotechnology v.12 no.3 , 2006 , 1462-8732 ,

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  7. [해외논문]   Spin-out fever: Spinning out a University of Oxford company and comments on the process in other universities  

    Savage, Bruce
    Journal of commercial biotechnology v.12 no.3 , 2006 , 1462-8732 ,

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    University spin-out companies are increasing seen as a favoured route for commercialisation of university intellectual property. There has been criticism in the Lambert Review of BusinessA€“University Collaboration in 2003, commissioned by the UK Government in 2003, that there have been too many spin-outs of low quality and that a measure of quality is the amount of external equity they attract. This has been refuted by Dr Williams of the University of Warwick technology transfer office. Oxford University has created 42 companies with no failures. The rigorous process involved in the creation of an Oxford spin-out is given in some detail. The author then goes on to discuss his experiences of other university spin-out models. Finally, some of the tax problems that caused universities across the UK to stop spinning-out companies recently are discussed. In conclusion despite the criticisms, the author believes the process of creating companies to commercialise university R & D is critical to the overall success of UK plc in the long term.

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  8. [해외논문]   Autoimmune and inflammatory disorder biologicals will power biotech market growth through to 2010  

    Churchill, Clare A C , Belsey, Mark J
    Journal of commercial biotechnology v.12 no.3 , 2006 , 1462-8732 ,

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    Biologicals designed to treat arthritis, immune and inflammatory disorders (AIID) are currently powering biotechnology market growth. Datamonitor's biotechnology strategic market analysis team has therefore analysed this market to identify key biological products, together with growth drivers and resistors shaping the growth of this market. The AIID market covers a wide range of indications; however, the most prevalent are rheumatoid arthritis and psoriasis, which together represent a significant healthcare burden. A range of monoclonal antibody therapeutics such as Abbott/CAT's Humira are set to drive AIID biological market growth, together with Amgen/Wyeth's fusion protein Enbrel. Owing to very strong sales of Enbrel as a result of continued label expansion, Amgen is set to record the greatest biological AIID sales from 2004 to 2010. Many of the highly efficacious AIID biologicals such as Enbrel target TNF, which is rapidly emerging as the leading cytokine target for many AIID indications. Overall, AIID biologicals generated US$5.4bn in 2004, and this is set to rise to US$14.3bn by 2010: a strong compound annual growth rate of 17.9 per cent.

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  9. [해외논문]   Strategic alliances as a mechanism for wealth creation in the biopharmaceutical industry: An empirical analysis of the Spanish case  

    De Mesa Và , ¡zquez, Emma Gutià , © , rrez , Martà , ­n, Juan Angel Jimà , © , nez , Mascareà , ±as, Juan
    Journal of commercial biotechnology v.12 no.3 , 2006 , 1462-8732 ,

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    The paper studies strategic alliances signed between traditional pharmaceutical companies (TPCs) and new biotechnology firms (NBFs) in Spain, on the initial basis that a firm's rate of new product development is a positive function of the number of strategic alliances that it has entered into. Nevertheless, we believe, as do others, that although strategic alliances may initially have positive effects on that rate, this relationship may exhibit diminishing returns. We suggest that the relationship between the number of alliances and the rate of new product development may be an inverted U-shape in the Spanish biopharmaceutical industry. Our regression model provides evidence to support such a relationship. However, the results suggest that only when the firm enters into too many alliances does diminishing return and ultimately negative return set in. The main strategic conclusion for the biopharmaceutical industry is that alliances represent a viable way for biopharmaceutical companies to gain access to the complementary assets required to increase their rate of new product development. A major contribution to this investigation is the empirical assessment for the Spanish biopharmaceutical industry.

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  10. [해외논문]   Bioethical concerns in Japanese biotechnology companies  

    Kato, Makina , Macer, Darryl
    Journal of commercial biotechnology v.12 no.3 , 2006 , 1462-8732 ,

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    Analysis of responses from a 2003 survey of 304 Japanese biotechnology companies found that 93 per cent responded that they had never had a bioethical problem related to biotechnology in their company but 31 per cent did expect to have some kind of problem in the future while 26 per cent already had systems in place to deal with these issues. The open responses to all these questions are presented and discussed. Specific issues raised by the companies concerned problems related to dealing with human samples, clinical trials, animal experiments and public reaction to their research/business. Concerns about future problems relating to intellectual property rights (IPRs) were not raised by any of the companies. A number of different systems were in place to deal with bioethical issues although some companies said they did not need any specific system to deal with any problems which might arise.

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