Needles no more: Say hello to a tube of squeezable biologics
Drug companies are looking for ways to put biologics in topical creams or "zap" them into skin using electricity as more large molecules come off patent. Until now, topical biologics have been unpopular among developers because of permeation problems. But advances in technology and a push to stay competitive as patents expire have led drugmakers to identify new delivery methods, according to contact research organizations Kemwell and Tergus Pharma.
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