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China's CMS accelerates industrial investment in biotech companies

27 April 2021 | News

The Joint Venture will entrust CMS with the clinical development and commercialization of all its products in Mainland China, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan

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China Medical System Holdings Limited has announced a series of agreements signed with Trinomab Biotech Co., Ltd. CMS will make equity investment in Trinomab, and establish a joint venture with Trinomab, contributed with cash and related products technologies by CMS and Trinomab respectively.
 
The Joint Venture will entrust CMS with the clinical development and commercialization of all its products in Mainland China, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan, and Trinomab with the production of all its products. This collaboration marks the beginning of the CMS's industrial investment in cutting-edge biotech companies. Trinomab owns a cutting-edge technology platform and can continue to promote the R&D and production of innovative drugs through the technology platform
 
Trinomab is an innovative global biopharmaceutical company dedicated to the R&D of original natural fully human monoclonal antibodies and providing corresponding scientific services. Trinomab has a new-generation, world-class, core patented technology platform highly regarded in the industry, the natural fully human monoclonal antibody R&D integrated technology platform HitmAb, which is dedicated to the development of original and efficient natural fully human monoclonal antibodies with independent intellectual property rights, suitable for the infectious diseases, autoimmune diseases and malignant tumors, etc.
 
 
Based on the HitmAb platform, Trinomab has developed more than 20 new native natural fully human monoclonal antibodies, including those against infectious diseases (e.g., rabies virus, tetanus toxin, cytomegalovirus, respiratory syncytial virus, varicella-zoster virus, novel coronavirus, etc.) and cancers among which, certain antibody products are in the process of rapid industrialization.
 
The difference between CMS' industrial investment model and VIC model is that the leading party of VIC model is the capital, whose understanding of the industry and contribution to product innovation is very limited. In contrast, CMS' industrial investment is a more advanced version of the VIC model, in which the leading party is CMS. With accumulated resources in the industry for a long time and deeper understanding of products, CMS is more capable of promoting the R&D and commercialization of innovative drugs, and is able to create a systematic, replicable and long-term competitive industrial investment model of innovative drugs. CMS will also build a highly competitive barrier for itself in the industry, and with the maturing of the platform ecology, its business will be expanded and the business potential will be unleashed continuously.

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