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aBLA accepted by FDA November-2019
SB8 (bevacizumab) is not FDA-approved. An aBLA has been accepted by the FDA.
U.S. Patent LitigationsPACER
U.S. Patent Nos.
6,586,206 (Methods for Making Recombinant Proteins Using Apoptosis Inhibitors) 7,390,660 (Methods for Growing Mammalian Cells In Vitro) 7,485,704 (Reducing Protein A Leaching During Protein A Affinity Chromatography) 8,460,895 (Method for Producing Recombinant Proteins with a Constant Content of pCO.sub.2 in the Medium) 8,512,983 (Production of Proteins in Glutamine-Free Cell Culture Media) 8,574,869 (Prevention of Disulfide Bond Reduction During Recombinant Production of Polypeptides) 9,441,035 (Cell Culture Media and Methods of Antibody Production) 9,487,809 (Decreasing Lactate Level and Increasing Polypeptide Production by Downregulating the Expression of Lactate Dehydrogenase and Pyruvate Dehydrogenase Kinase) 9,714,293 (Production of Proteins in Glutamine-free Cell Culture Media) 9,795,672 (Treatment with Anti-VEGF Antibodies) 10,208,355 (Method of Treatment for Blioblastoma by Administering a VEGF Antagonist) 10,513,697 (CO.sub.2 Profile Cultivation) 10,662,237 (Method to Improve Virus Filtration Capacity) 10,676,710 (Cell Culture Compositions with Antioxidants and Methods for Polypeptide Production)
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