CIGB

AcronymDefinition
CIGBCommission Internationale des Grands Barrages (French: International Commission on Large Dams)
CIGBChurches' Industrial Group Birmingham (Harborne, England, UK)
CIGBCommerce International Group Berhad (Malaysia)
CIGBCenter for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (Cuba)
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A licensing agreement between the CIGB and Abivax for the development and commercialisation of the therapeutic vaccine against Hepatitis B, stated Arteaga.
CIGB said more than 81,000 diabetes patients are using Heberprot-P around the world, and that the medication has already been patented in 40 Latin and Asian countries.
CIGB expects annual global revenues for Heberprot-P to reach $100 million for 2012.
He said that the money would fund research projects of CIGB, in collaboration with other Cuban research centres, which are aimed at developing new drugs or a vaccine against AIDS.
Azpillaga told the newspaper that he personally visited the secret laboratories while delivering a package to the CIGB.
Gerardo Guillen, PhD, head of R&D at CIGB in Havana, commented: "This first-in class therapeutic vaccine is awaiting market approval in Cuba and we are very pleased to see the great progress our partner Abivax is making with the international development of this world leading immunotherapeutic to treat chronic hepatitis B.
This has led to the important deals that we have with the CIGB and the Finlay Institute, which are central to ABIVAX' strategy to become a global leader in the anti-virals and vaccines.
Borroto told reporters the harvest of that corn will provide enough seeds to sow another 12,000 acres, and that phase will be undertaken once the CIGB obtains authorization from other government agencies.
That figure comes mainly from the vaccine against Hepatitis B, star of the CIGB products, interferon, antiviral and other drugs.
It's used in the process of purifying the active ingredient of the Hepatitis B vaccine produced in Cuba by CIGB and sold under the trademark Heberbiovac-HB.
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