We intend to be the benchmark for quality and affordability in cells therapies for our targeted conditions and expect to capture 1/6thof each of the following global markets:
|Dry AMD~||USD 72 bn.|
|Retinitis Pigmentosa~||USD 10 bn.|
|Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis~||USD 20 bn.|
RPE cells – Phase
RPE cells – Immunocytochemistry
EyeCyte-RPE replaces lost retinal pigment epithelium cells. It is designed to restore sight for patients in the early stages of Age-Related Macular Degeneration and arrest losses for those in the later stages.
The product is allogenic and administered by sub-retinal injection.
First in human application is scheduled for Q4 2022.
We are one of six players globally developing this solution.
“EyeCyte-RPE provided significant beneficial / efficacious effects on the degenerating retina in RCS rats without any significant safety concerns, suggesting this cells type may have substantial therapeutic value in human retinal degenerative disease. In comparison with other published cells transplantation studies from companies that have moved forward to achieve IND approval for early phase clinical trials, EyeCyte-RPE appears to have similar efficacy to that of XXXXX a leading cells therapy company in the US and slightly better than XXXX a top ten pharma company headquartered in Japan. EyeCyte-RPE appears on par or better than each of the previous companies that have achieved IND approval. What has been achieved in terms of efficacy with EyeCyte-RPE in this study should be regarded as very promising and is likely to match or exceed competitor’s current cells products.”
at Oregon Health and Science University
EyeCyte-PRP replaces lost photoreceptor cells. It is proven in treating Retinitis Pigmentosa in animals. First in human application is scheduled for second half of 2023.
We are one of five players globally developing this solution.
PRP cells – Phase
PRP cells – Immunocytochemistry
AirCyte-AEC restore lung function for patients suffering from Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis. The product is delivered to the alveolar surfaces by an intra-bronchial inhalation. Animal data is expected in June 2022.
We are the leading global player developing this solution.
Lung epithelial cells – Phase
Lung epithelial cells – Immunocytochemistry