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  • On the cover of ADHM

    Scicomvisuals is very proud to be on the cover of the October 25 (vol 6, no. 20) issue of Advanced Healthcare Materials (ADHM)! The cover belongs to a paper by Alexander Kros and co-workers, who describe how mesoporous silica nanoparticles (MSNs) are delivered into cells via membrane fusion thereby omitting endocytosis pathways. Fusion is induced…

  • ADC Therapeutics on Swiss TV

    Yesterday, ADCT announced that it has raised $200 million through a private placement. The financing was oversubscribed and supported by both existing and new investors, including Auven Therapeutics, Redmile, the Wild Family Office and AstraZeneca [ADCT website]. Several media brought the news to the public, even Swiss TV news – from approx 09:30 min. Scicomvisuals is proud its infographics were used to…

  • The cover of Successful Drug Discovery

    Scicomvisuals is proud one of its illustrations will appear on the cover of Volume 3 of Successful Drug Discovery, by Fischer, Klein & Childers. The illustration was developed for one of the chapters, “Discovery and Mechanisms of Action of the CD38-targeting Antibody Daratumumab.” The book can be ordered at Wiley.

  • New INN is out

    A perspective about the new International Nonproprietary Names (INN) for therapeutic antibodies in mAbs is online since June 16. This perspective provides the background and information needed to understand the reasons behind changing the INN. SCICOMVISUALS was asked to help with preparing the visuals for this perspective, which is now available from the mAbs website. Janice Reichert gives…

  • Brand new identity for LAVA

    In recent months, SCICOMVISUALS has been busy developing the corporate identity for a brand new biotech company, called LAVA Therapeutics BV. In this project, we collaborated with OVERHAUS and Tom Balm. Developing a corporate identity starts with the invention of a new logo. Next, accompanying business cards were made. In parallel, we developed a complete…

  • Fluorescent white blood cells

    SCICOMVISUALS was commissioned by Norvell Jefferson to develop a series of animations for Sysmex. We were asked to visualize the effects of treatment with different fluorescent dyes on eight different types of white blood cells. Whereas one fluorescent dye merely stains the cell nucleus, the other one affects the cell cytoplasm. In addition to changes in…