Pharmicell Co., Ltd.

About Pharmicell Co., Ltd.

Pharmicell Co., Ltd., a biopharmaceutical company, develops and sells stem cell drugs in South Korea and internationally. The company operates in Biopharmaceutical Business and Biochemical Business divisions. It offers Cellgram_AMI that is manufactured using autologous bone marrow-derived mesenchymal stem cell to enhance the ejection fraction in patients with acute myocardial infarction reperfused by coronary angioplasty. The company's products under development include Cellgram_LC, a liver disease drug; Cellgram_ED for treating impotence; and Cellgram_DC, a cancer drug, as well as Hearticellgram_AM, a cardiac disease drug. It also develops and produces intermediates of raw material medicines, such as nucleosides, mPEGs, HDP-tosylate, and vincelactam; and low dielectric constant material, eco-friendly flame retardant, polyol synthesis catalyst, PET catalyst, etc. In addition, the company operates Twelve, a stem cell bank; develops and sells stem cell culture media cosmetics. Pharmicell Co., Ltd. was founded in 2002 and is headquartered in Seoul, South Korea.

005690.KS South Korea

10,200USD50 (-0.49%)

• At close Tue Oct 04 2022

KSE exchange

Sector: Healthcare

Industry: Biotechnology

Location South Korea, Seoul

Grade: ADA

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