TIAP portfolio company Zucara Therapeutics moves their lead program targeting diabetes into Phase II clinical trials. Read more here.
Why this news is important:
Zucara has achieved the development milestones required to secure the remaining funds available from its previously announcedUS$21 million Series A Financing.
Zucara plans to file an investigational new drug (“IND”) application for a Phase 2 trial by year end, with initiation of first patient dosing expected in Q1 2023.
ZT-01 has the potential to become the first therapeutic designed ...
Zucara Therapeutics announced highly positive results from its proof-of-concept Phase 1b trial of ZT-01 in people with Type 1 diabetes (“T1D”). Please see the press release here. Why this news is important:
This trial confirms ZT-01’s mechanism of action in restoring glucagon release in patients with T1D.
First-in-class ZT-01, meaningfully restored glucagon release in nearly 90% of treated patients compared to placebo (p<0.0001). This therapy has the potential to become the first therapeutic to prevent hypoglycemia in people with insulin-dependent diabetes.
Positive results from this trial will enable Zucara to further evaluate ZT-01 in a multi-center Phase 2 ...
November 2, 2020: Zucara Therapeutics Inc., a diabetes life sciences startup funded by TIAP and adMare BioInnovations, announced today that it has received funding from NRC IRAP and MITAS for its expansion into the development of ZT-01, a somatostatin receptor 2 antagonist (“SSTR2a”), to Type 2 Diabetes (“T2D”).
Red more here: https://bit.ly/34QRAn6
– Proceeds to Fund Development of ZT-01 Through Phase 2 Clinical Trials –
– Series A Financing led by the Perceptive Xontogeny Venture Fund –
TORONTO, March 31, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Zucara Therapeutics Inc., a diabetes life sciences company developing the first once-daily therapeutic to prevent insulin-induced hypoglycemia (low blood glucose levels), today announced that it has closed a US$21 million Series A Financing led by the Perceptive Xontogeny Venture Fund (“PXV Fund”).
The proceeds from the financing will fund Phase 1 and ...