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Inotrem S.A., a biotechnology company focused on the modulation of the TREM-1 pathway for the management of acute and chronic inflammatory syndromes, announced today the signature of an exclusive license agreement with four major research organizations, under which it receives the exclusive worldwide rights for the biomarker soluble TREM-1 (sTREM-1) in car...
Septic shock may no longer be as shocking in the future, as a Phase IIa trial brings hope for a personalized immunomodulatory treatment from the French biotech Inotrem. In sepsis, the immune system overreacts to the infection of a ... The post Septic Shock Drug Shows Promise for Personalized Medicine appeared first on Labiotech.eu.
Inotrem has reported positive results from a Phase IIa trial of nangibotide (LR12) for the treatment of septic shock patients....Read More... The post Inotrem reports positive data from Phase IIa trial of nangibotide appeared first on Drug Development Technology.
The results were presented today at the annual congress of the International Sepsis Forum in Bangkok. Septic shock is the ultimate complication of sepsis and currently constitutes an The post Inotrem’s nangibotide yields positive results in septic shock phase IIa study appeared first on Pharma Business review.
The study demonstrated the safety and tolerability of its lead compound in patients suffering from septic shock Inotrem S.A., a biotechnology focused on the modulation of the TREM pathway for the management of inflammatory syndromes, announced positive results for its Phase IIa study that demonstrated the safety and tolerability of it...