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Enhanced Delivery and Efficacy of Antisense Drugs via Covalently Linked Nanodisc Scaffolds
Application A synthetic nanodisc (ND) scaffold for delivering antisense oligonucleotides (ASOs) for the treatment of disease. Key Benefits Improved cellular uptake and protein suppression using antisense oligos. Longer ASO half-life compared to other ASO delivery methods. Potential to overcome the delivery and efficacy challenges using ASOs for...
Published: 4/23/2024       Contributor(s): Khalid Salaita, Radhika Sharma
Advancing Lymphatic Endothelial Cell Generation from iPSCs
Application The developed protocol offers a reproducible and scalable method for generating lymphatic endothelial cells (LECs) from induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs), addressing critical challenges in the field of lymphatic-related therapies. Key Benefits Reproducible and scalable protocol for generating LECs from iPSCs. Utilizes specific...
Published: 5/21/2024       Contributor(s): Katherine Hekman, Katherine Owsiany
Technology for Assessment in Enhancing Memory Measurement in ECT Therapy
Application The Electroconvulsive Cognitive Assessment (ECA) is a 10-minute cognitive exam designed for use during and after Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT). It focuses on assessing memory deficits associated with ECT, offering a quick and targeted evaluation tool for healthcare professionals. Key Benefits Rapid cognitive assessment in under 10...
Published: 4/23/2024       Contributor(s): Adriana Hermida
Indolium 1 for Advanced Melanoma Treatment
Application A small molecule compound for the treatment of melanoma. Key Benefits Novel small molecule compound for the treatment of resistant melanoma. Well tolerated in vivo. Market Summary Malignant melanoma is a type of skin cancer that begins in melanocyte cells. Melanoma is the 19th most commonly occurring cancer. Exposure to UV radiation...
Published: 5/21/2024       Contributor(s): Jack Arbiser
Human Brain Proteins with Evidence Consistent with Causality of Alzheimer’s and Depression
Application Research and therapeutic targets for Alzheimer’s disease, depression, and other neurological conditions mediated by protein expression in the brain. Key Benefits These findings can be utilized as a research tool to better understand the genetic basis of Alzheimer’s disease. Can also be utilized to develop therapeutics for...
Published: 4/23/2024       Contributor(s): Aliza Wingo, Thomas Wingo, Yue Liu, Allan Levey, Nicholas Seyfried, Duc Duong
Combination Antibiotic Therapy to Exploit Multiple Heteroresistance
Application Treatment with combinations of FDA-approved antibodies targeting small drug-resistant cell populations for infectious disease. Key Benefits Specific combinations of existing drugs that target small subpopulations of bacterial cells resistant to many standard of care treatment regimens. Potential to overcome the drug resistance crisis...
Published: 5/21/2024       Contributor(s): David Weiss, David Hufnagel, Victor Band
Vaccines and Antibody Therapeutics for HPV-related Cancers
Application Treatment and prevention of HPV-induced malignancies. Key Benefits Identification of a protein expressed in a large number of HPV-induced cancers. Antibodies have been generated that bind to the protein and potentially elicit an immune response to the cancer cells. The antibodies can be used to develop new treatments and vaccines...
Published: 5/21/2024       Contributor(s): Rafi Ahmed, Andreas Wieland
Antisense Restoration of ELAVL3 for Neurological Diseases
Application Antisense therapeutics targeting ELAVL3 expression for neurodegenerative disorders. Key Benefits Antisense approach for restoring protein levels and function of ELAVL3 and TDP-43. Preclinical data show the ability of several ELAVL3-targeting ASOs to restore protein expression via in vitro experiments. Potential to be a new medicine...
Published: 3/1/2024       Contributor(s): Zachary McEachin
Flumazenil for Treatment of CNS Symptoms in Myotonic Dystrophy
Application A class of drugs that inhibit molecules responsible for the severe nervous system complications associated with myotonic dystrophy. Key Benefits Potentially the first medication for treating the severe nervous system symptoms associated with myotonic dystrophy by targeting GABRG2. Transdermal and oral administration. May drive the...
Published: 5/21/2024       Contributor(s): Gary Bassell, Andrew Jenkins, David Rye, Eric Wang, Maurice Swanson, Lyndon Lien
Novel Therapeutic Target for Fragile X Syndrome and Neurodevelopmental Disorders
Application Salvianolic acid C for treating Fragile X Syndrome (FXS). Key Benefits New therapeutic drug candidate for the treatment of FXS. Preliminary data in the laboratory in organoids treated with the drug showed rescued cell phenotypes known to be associated with the disease in humans. Potential to treat other neurodevelopmental disorders. Market...
Published: 5/21/2024       Contributor(s): Peng Jin, Chuan He, Zhongyu Zou
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