Biocompatible Protein Encapsulation Technology

  • Active drug first approved by FDA in 2010 as the treatment of hormone-refractory prostate cancer, API patent expiring 2022

  • Revenue currently over $0.5B

  • Original formulation in surfactant that elicits allergic reaction and contribute to dose-limiting tox

  • SN-100 completed preliminary in vitro and in vivo studies demonstrating higher tolerant dose and better efficacy

  • Short 505b(2) pathway

Biocompatible Process Technology Platform for Protein Drug Encapsulated Nanoparticle

  • A novel process technology in manufacturing the albumin-drug nanoparticle

  • Process produces Nanoparticle with only class 3 (non-toxic) solvent

  • Multiple encapsulation successful with scalable process and complete analysis

  • Addresses the most challenging problem in NAB-paclitaxel manufacturing

  • Not infringing Celgene’s key patent

ZNAP

  •  Generic version of Non-biological Complex formulation of Abraxane

  • Potential first in market generic version

  • Significantly lower cost due to the ruggedness of process and avoiding residual solvent issues

  • No infringement of the key patent

  • Short development path in 505(j)

  • Low risk of failure

SN-100 Improved Formulation for Prostate Cancer Treatment

  • Active ingredient approved by FDA  as the treatment of hormone-refractory prostate cancer

  • API patent expiring 2022

  • Annual sales over $0.5B

  • Current formulation in surfactant that elicits allergic reaction and contribute to dose-limiting tox

  • SN-100 in vitro and in vivo studies demonstrated higher tolerant dose and better efficacy

  • Short 505b(2) pathway

Pipeline

The innovative process expended the original NAB drug encapsulating platform and made it possible for more products developed with this technology.  We have tested other therapeutic molecules with delivery challenges with successful results.  
We welcome inquiries for applying this technology to your drug candidates.

 

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