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|20Dec16 06:30||GNW||Medigene announces outlicensing of AAVLP technology|
|16Dec16 06:30||GNW||Medigene participates at four national and international conferences in January 2017|
|06Dec16 10:21||GNW||Medigene AG to be included in TecDAX Index|
|22Nov16 06:30||GNW||Medigene appoints Dr. Thomas Taapken as Chief Financial Officer|
|16Nov16 06:30||GNW||Medigene highlights a new approach for neoantigen-specific TCRs at Neoantigen Summit 2016 in Boston|
|10Nov16 06:30||GNW||Medigene reports its results for the first nine months of 2016|
|04Nov16 06:30||GNW||Medigene participates at six national and international conferences|
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Strategic alliance validates TCR technology
05 Oct 16
Medigene has announced an alliance with bluebird bio, a prominent T-cell immunology company. It is Medigene’s first commercial partnering agreement based on its proprietary T-cell receptor (TCR) technology platform. The collaboration will seek to identify four TCR therapeutic candidates against four targets. This is a positive development as it validates Medigene’s TCR technology and makes use of technological synergies to develop new immuno-oncology products, which could prove beneficial. Importantly, it does this while retaining all rights for its proprietary TCR development programme and TCR library. We have increased our valuation to €233m (vs €219m), as we have rolled the model forward to an estimated Q3 position and included the upfront payment.
Expansion of platform technology
26 Jul 16
Medigene has announced that it has expanded its TCR platform technology with the grant of a US patent focused on a method for identifying T-cell antigens. This demonstrates Medigene’s continued advancement of its TCR technology, including providing a new source for potential TCR candidates and establishing a more efficient method for identifying tumour-specific antigens. We maintain our rNPV-based valuation at €214m, or €10.8 per share, with upside expected as it executes its clinical strategy.
Co-operation agreement for Phase I IIT TCR trial
05 Jul 16
Medigene has announced it has entered into a co-operation agreement to conduct a Phase I investigator-initiated TCR therapy trial (IIT), with grant funding, in patients with relapsed/refractory multiple myeloma. This is an important step forward in the process of bringing its TCR therapy to patients, a potentially transformational approach to treating certain cancers. The final aspect is the regulatory approval for the trial, to which Medigene is contributing. We expect the Phase I trial to initiate at end 2016/early 2017. We maintain our rNPV-based valuation at €214m, or €10.8 per share, with upside expected when the Phase I trial is initiated.
Continuing to progress its clinical pipeline
19 May 16
Medigene’s Q1 results continue to underpin its transformation to a cancer immunotherapy-focused company. Progress across its clinical pipeline continues to create further focus on clinical development and future commercialisation. Alongside management changes, this indicates that the company is executing its strategy. It is well funded, with a net cash position of €46.3m (Q116).
An advancing immunotherapies programme
06 Apr 16
Medigene is well funded, with a net cash position of €46.8m (FY15). There is a clear strategy in place to advance both its DC vaccine programmes and TCR programme with the funds. We expect newsflow in the near term from its most advanced technology (DC vaccines) in Phase I/II studies for AML and prostate cancer, and the start of the first clinical study with its promising TCR technology. Our rNPV-based valuation remains at €216m.
Recent deals enable greater focus on the core
08 Feb 16
Recent non-core, business-related newsflow has proved highly beneficial to Medigene. The full and final transference of EndoTAG-1 rights to SynCore and the sale of its Catherex subsidiary to Amgen for $10.5m (40% to Medigene) tidies up its legacy pipeline and IP assets, while providing a decent revenue stream. Medigene’s core focus remains on its immuneoncology franchise, and we look forward to significant progress in 2016. Our rNPV-based valuation increases to €216m or €10.98 per share.
£21m equity raise to accelerate growth
22 Feb 17
Blindly following what others do is often a recipe for disaster. However, when an army of ‘super smart’ fund managers snap-up a big holding in a rapidly expanding small-cap that owns ‘disruptive’ technology addressing multi-$billion markets, then it is usually worth taking note. This is exactly what has happened at Kromek, a next generation radiation detection firm. Having just successfully completed its oversubscribed £20m placing and £1m open offer at 20p/share - supported by esteemed investors such as Gervais Williams at Miton (largest shareholder at 19.0%) and Katie Potts (Herald 5.35%), as well as several others such as Schroders (5.0%) and Killik (4.1%).
Consistently strong growth at a sensible price
24 Feb 17
In “Alice in Wonderland”, Lewis Carroll tells the story of a girl, who falls through a rabbit hole into a world populated by peculiar, anthropomorphic creatures. Here, Alice crosses swords with the Queen of Hearts, meets the Cheshire Cat and is invited to the "Mad Hatters” tea party, which she subsequently discovers is “stupid”.
Interim results – adhering to international growth strategy
23 Feb 17
Interim results showed a strong performance for Tristel, 6% ahead of its AGM statement on 12 December at which it indicated adjusted pre-tax profits to be no less than £1.6m. Revenues increased by 22% (16% at constant exchange rates – CER or 12% CER excluding the impact of the Australian acquisition) and adjusted pre-tax profits were up 15% to £1.71m. Despite the strong half, we leave our full-year forecasts unchanged, given FX uncertainty and a one-off stocking order in H1 from the NHS, although at current FX rates the risk to our forecasts is considered to be to the upside. However, we raise our target price by 10% to 165p to reflect the solid progress as well as rolling forward our multiples to calendar-adjusted 2017.
N+1 Singer - Morning Song 22-02-2017
22 Feb 17
CORETX (COR LN) Contract wins and new Lifestyle facility | Gooch & Housego (GHH LN) Solid Q1 trading plus earnings enhancing acquisition of StingRay Optics | NCC Group (NCC LN) Further issues in Assurance | PCI-PAL (PCIP LN) Strong H1 underpins positive outlook | UBM (UBM LN) Results | Verona Pharma (VRP LN) Phase IIa RPL554 add-on trial to tiotropium commenced
N+1 Singer - Anpario - Feed for growth
24 Feb 17
Anpario’s natural animal feed additive product offering is well placed to benefit from the increasing demand for animal protein and tightening regulations around antibiotic use as growth promoters. The group is in a transition phase, building strong commercial relationships with end users, which we believe should benefit the margin. Anpario’s geographical diversity is a key positive and with a strong balance sheet there is potential for acquisitive as well as organic growth. We initiate coverage with a 354p Target Price and a Buy recommendation ahead of FY results on 8th March.
N+1 Singer - Morning Song 23-02-2017
23 Feb 17
Genus (GNS LN) Interim results: R&D step-up, disappointing ABS performance | Howden Joinery Group (HWDN LN) Prelims and net cash better than expected but conditions weaken | Oxford Pharmascience Group (OXP LN) Encouraging interim OXPzero™ Ibuprofen exploratory PK data | StatPro Group (SOG LN) Increased majority shareholding in Infovest Consulting | Wilmington Group (WIL LN) Interims slightly ahead, move to focus on 3 verticals