Eleva, a manufacturer of superior biologics, is scaling up its production capacity to 2500 l in state-of-the-art single-use reactors. This will produce sufficient quantities of factor H to cover all three clinical phases.
Björn Cochlovius Ph.D. has become the new CEO of Eleva, a Freiburg-based biotech company and the developer of “Bryotechnology”, a unique and pioneering process for the moss-based production of complex therapeutic proteins. The renowned oncologist, immunologist, and molecular biologist has nearly three decades of experience in scientific, entrepreneurial, and advisory leadership roles in his field.
Eleva, a manufacturer of superior biologics, is entering clinical phases with its own drug candidates, such as immune-regulating factor H, as well as in collaboration with pharmaceutical partners. Its moss-based platform is ideally suited to produce difficult-to-express but therapeutically promising drug candidates.