Created On: 2020-07-15
Record Count: 4
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IPSCIO Record ID: 26622
IPSCIO Record ID: 25953
Technology relates to a patent-pending pharmaceutical treatment in late-stage development for the treatment of and prevention of transplant rejection including rejection following a bone marrow transplant. The pharmaceutical treatment uses an already-approved active pharmaceutical in a novel, ultra-high dose, pulsed administration.
IPSCIO Record ID: 26724
Chronic progressive multiple sclerosis (MS) is a severely disabling demyelinating disease in which autoimmune processes seem to have a major role in the destruction of brain and nerve tissue. Treatment options are limited although beta-interferon has been widely reported to have some beneficial effect in MS. It is assumed that beta interferon has its action on the cells of the immune system that are attacking the patientâ€™s nerve tissue.
IPSCIO Record ID: 7344
RMS: RPC1063 is a novel, oral, once daily, selective and potent S1P1R modulator. RMS is a chronic autoimmune disorder of the central nervous system (CNS), characterized by recurrent acute exacerbations (relapses) of neurological dysfunction followed by variable degrees of recovery with clinical stability between relapses (remission).
RPC1063 for the treatment of UC: IBD is comprised of two chronic, autoimmune, GI inflammatory disorders: UC and Crohn's Disease (CD). UC is a GI inflammatory disorder involving ulcers in the colon and is characterized by a chronic course of remissions and exacerbations. Patients suffer from a multitude of GI symptoms, including diarrhea, rectal bleeding and abdominal pain.