DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Bispecific Molecules in Oncology: Analytical Tool" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
Bispecific Molecules in Oncology: Analytical Tool is the must have handbook for any business developer, BI/CI operative or clinical developer who needs to be on top of this hot and fast moving area of oncology. This unique product is truly the only tool of its kind and is designed to give you a competitive edge in your bispecific drug surveillance and intelligence, allowing you to power your decision making and advance your own interests.
Your Bispecific Molecules in Oncology: Analytical Tool covers more than 170 companies plus partners who are today developing 484 bispecific drugs where of 411 are in active development in cancer across 177 different targets. Any data and/or analysis from the Analytical Tool is yours to keep and data/graphs/tables can be easily exported into Excel/PDF and various graphic formats for mixing with your own proprietary information.
Bispecific molecules carry huge treatment potential within cancer immunotherapy. In broad strokes this therapeutic category can be divided into three classes: (I) cytotoxic effector cell redirectors/CTL response; (II) tumor-targeted immunomodulators; and (II) dual immunomodulators.
Bispecific Molecules in Oncology: Analytical Tool achieves this by continuously scanning development in bispecific and reporting:
- Deals & Collaborations
- New technologies/drugs (emerging from patents, grants, abstracts (see Conference Coverage) etc.)
- Filings & Approvals
- Latest Clinical Trial Development & Results
- Newly launched clinical trials
- Conference Coverage of the world's twelve leading meetings in oncology
- Quarterly & Annual Reporting
Identify, prioritize, and lead scientific assessment of oncology opportunities and competition by multiple factors such as:
- Emerging Technologies
- Target Novelty
- Recent Funding
- Early & Late Stage Pipeline
- Biomarker/Companion Diagnostic Development (featured below)
- Entered Deals & Alliances
- Conference surveillance of world leading cancer meetings (featured below)
- Combination Therapy Choices (featured below)
- Outcome of Clinical Trials
- Indication Selection & Expansion Choices
- Drug Repositioning Opportunities
Your key to access development at the world-leading cancer meetings
The Bispecific Molecules in Oncology: Analytical Tool is continuously updated according to twelve of the world's most influential meetings in oncology (AACR, ASCO, ASGCT, ASH, CMIT, EHA, EORTC-NCI-AACR, ESMO, SITC and BIO (International, Europe and Asia). If you are not able to attend any of the conference(s) in person, this Analytical Tool ensures that you are not missing out on the important take home messages you need to know about.
Run combination therapy analysis like no other
The Bispecific Molecules in Oncology: Analytical Tool delivers comprehensive combination therapy analysis, allowing you to analyze combination therapies from multiple perspectives; from a single drug to virtually any cross section of oncology drugs of interest.
Unparalleled biomarker surveillance
We also provide an outstanding oncology clinical biomarker surveillance & analysis, highlighting clinical phenotyping and patient stratification in trials. This analysis is based on our monitoring of the presence and usage of more than 1,000 biomarkers across tens of thousands of cancer clinical trials.
Support and inspiration at your finger-tips
You also have access to a great selection of How-to Training Videos showing best practice approaches to aspects such as competitive pipeline analysis right through to many real world case examples put forward by other users of our Analytical Tools.
A tool to grow with and keep you informed
Unlike a static report which just represents a particular snapshot in time, all of the Analytical Tools come with one year of online access to twice-weekly updates in both contents and features, pipeline alerts and online support.
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