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Swedish digital startup company Pilloxa is to collaborate with Sandoz Nordics on using Pilloxa’s smart pillbox in the field of transplantation. Read more

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Biopharma group Ferring Pharmaceuticals and the Karolinska Institutet are expanding their five-year collaboration on exploring the potential of the human microbiome in reproductive medicine women’s health and gastroenterology. Read more

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Morphogenesis — Florida-based immunotherapy company — and the Cell and Gene Therapy Group at Karolinska Institutet (KI) in Sweden have announced a collaboration for the development of targeted immunotherapies to treat cancer. Read more

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Karolinska Institute spin out company, Pelago Bioscience, has entered into a strategic research collaboration and licence agreement with AstraZeneca for the further advancement of the CETSA method and its use in pre-clinical discovery Read more

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Results from a new register-based study have suggested that blood-thinning drugs not only reduce the risk of stroke in patients with atrial fibrillation (AF) but also significantly reduces the risk of dementia in these patients. Read more

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A study from Karolinska Institutet has shown that existing drugs used for treating tuberculosis can strengthen the immune system. Read more

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Scientists have shown that hereditary angioedema type III — a rare and serious disorder, characterised by painful swellings in the skin and other organs — is caused by a defective blood protein, coagulation factor XII. Read more

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Recipharm Venture Fund, Östersjöstiftelsen and Praktikerinvest have jointly invested kr28 million in Pharmanest. Recipharm’s part of the investment is kr8 million. Read more

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A research laboratory dedicated to congenital metabolic diseases research has been formed by Karolinska Institutet and Max Planck Society. Read more

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Cancer researchers and immunologists at Sweden’s Karolinska Institutet have now discovered how cancer cells can infiltrate the lymphatic system by ‘disguising’ themselves as immune cells. Read more

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Inhalation Sciences Sweden, a portfolio company of Karolinska Development, has received US Patent Approval for its flagship technology the PreciseInhale system. Read more

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