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Cadila Pharmaceuticals Sweden AB

cadila sweden logo_General Manager: Patric Stenberg

Web:
www.cadilasweden.se/

Cadila Pharmaceuticals Sweden AB is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Cadila Pharmaceuticals Limited, India.
Over the last six decades, the company has been developing, manufacturing and selling pharmaceutical products in over eighty-five countries around the World.
Our product basket includes branded and generic formulations covering more than 45 therapeutic segments, biotechnology products, plant tissue culture and more than 38 APIs and intermediates. In the services realm, our offering includes Pre-Clinical and Clinical Research as well as Contract Manufacturing.
We have scientific collaborations with leading Swedish companies for preventing in-patient infections and development of novel treatment for specific and acute infections, for developing Antibiotic Resistant Breakers and innovative treatment in inflammation and pain management.

The Swedish office has been set up to ensure success of ongoing and future collaborations between Swedish companies and institutions, and our Indian organization. We encourage regional researchers and companies to get in touch with us to discuss potential collaborations or our service offerings.

InDex Pharmaceuticals AB

CEO:  Peter Zerhouniindex_logo_

Web:  www.indexpharmab.com

Despite the currently available drug treatment alternatives, a large group of patients with ulcerative colitis suffer from severe symptoms such as pain and frequent, bloody diarrhea. The only remaining option for many of these patients is to undergo colectomy.

InDex Pharmaceuticals develops Kappaproct – a completely new type of drug that can help patients back to a normal life. InDex has also developed a platform of patent protected substances, so called DNA based immunomodulatory sequences (DIMS), with the potential to be used in treatment of various immunological diseases.

The European marketing rights for Kappaproct have been out-licensed to Almirall S.A. in an agreement that could potentially bring InDex milestones in excess of 100 million euro, as well as well as double-digit royalties.