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AgeX Therapeutics

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Founded Year

2017

Stage

IPO | IPO

Total Raised

$15.66M

Date of IPO

11/29/2018

Market Cap

0.03B

Stock Price

0.73

About AgeX Therapeutics

AgeX Therapeutics (NYSE:AGE) develops BioTime technology relating to cell immortality and regenerative biology by developing products for the treatment of aging and age-related diseases.

Headquarters Location

1010 Atlantic Avenue Suite 102

Alameda, California, 94501,

United States

510-521-3390

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AgeX Therapeutics is included in 3 Expert Collections, including Game Changers 2018.

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AgeX Therapeutics Patents

AgeX Therapeutics has filed 16 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Stem cells
  • Biotechnology
  • Transcription factors
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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

6/3/2014

3/30/2021

Transcription factors, Stem cells, Developmental biology, Biotechnology, Genetics

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Application Date

6/3/2014

Grant Date

3/30/2021

Title

Related Topics

Transcription factors, Stem cells, Developmental biology, Biotechnology, Genetics

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Latest AgeX Therapeutics News

10:30 ET DelveInsight Estimates a Promising Picture of Obesity Pipeline Space Landscape as Key 100+ Pharma Companies Working in ...

Dec 20, 2022

News provided by Share this article Share this article The prevalence of obesity has been rising since the past few years, which prompts the growing demand for treatment options. The increasing prevalence of Obesity and the growing research and development activities to develop novel therapies to treat obesity drive the market. The Companies developing the potential therapies in the last stage of development include Novo Nordisk, Eli Lilly and Company, Saniona, and several others. LAS VEGAS, Dec. 20, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- DelveInsight's ' Obesity Pipeline Insight – 2022 ' report provides comprehensive global coverage of available, marketed, and pipeline obesity therapies in various stages of clinical development, major pharmaceutical companies are working to advance the pipeline space and future growth potential of the obesity pipeline domain. Key Takeaways from the Obesity Pipeline Report DelveInsight's obesity pipeline report depicts a robust space with 100+ active players working to develop 130+ pipeline therapies for obesity treatment. Key obesity companies such as 180 Life Sciences, 9 meters, Aardvark Therapeutics, Adocia, Agentix, AgeX Therapeutics, Altimmune, Amgen, Antag Therapeutics, Aphaia Pharma, Aptorum Group, AstraZeneca, Bukwang Pharmaceutical, Caliway Biopharmaceutics Co Ltd, Can Fite Biopharma, Carmot Therapeutics, Inc., Cellivery Therapeutics Inc, CinFina Pharma, Clayton Biotech, Click Therapeutics, Corbus Pharma, DiscoveryBiomed Inc, Dong-A ST, Dongkook Pharmaceuticals, Eccogene, Elevian, Eli Lilly and Company, Empros Pharma, Enterin Inc., EraCal Therapeutics AG, ERX Pharmaceuticals, ERX Pharmaceuticals, Eternygen GmbH, Eurofarma, Gannex Pharma, Glaceum, Gmax Biopharm, GPER G-1 Development Group, LLC, Gubra Therapeutics, Hanmi Pharmaceutical, Hanmi Pharmaceuticals, Innovent Biologics, Jenrin Discovery, Jiangsu Hansoh Pharmaceutical, Kallyope, Kintai Therapeutics, Kriya Therapeutics, LG Life Sciences, Lipidio Pharmaceuticals, MakScientific, Nano Precision Medical, NeonMind Biosciences, Novartis, Novo Nordisk, NuSirt Biopharma, Otsuka Pharmaceutical Factory Inc, Pfizer, Raziel Therapeutics, Reata Pharmaceuticals, Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Reviva Pharmaceuticals, Rivus Pharmaceuticals, Shionogi, SHIONOGI & Co., Ltd., Sigrid Therapeutics, SJT Molecular Research SL, Structure Therapeutics, Sun Pharmaceutical Industries, Techfields Pharma, Terns Pharmaceuticals, Tonix Pharmaceuticals, UGISense AG, Versanis Bio, Viking Therapeutics, YSOPIA Bioscience, Yuhan, Zealand Pharma, and others are evaluating new drugs for obesity to improve the treatment landscape. Promising obesity pipeline therapies in various stages of development include Semaglutide oral, Tirzepatide, Sibutramine/Topiramate, NNC0174-0833, Tesomet, SHR-20004, RZL-012, CT-868, PF-06882961, EMP-16, S-237648, LY3502970, ARD-101, NNC0165-1875, XW003, IBI362, TG103, Cotadutide, MBL949, PF-07081532, APHD-012, LY 3437943, HSG4112, Leucine/sildenafil, BI 456906, Pemvidutide, LY3841136, HM15136, GMA106, DD01, ZP8396, K833, NNC0480-0389, LB54640, CT-181, CB4211, CT-388, CIN-109, ERX-1000, DWP306001, SCO-094, S-309309, NO-13065, GDD3898, XW004, SCO-267, ASC41, AMG 133, LY3541105, AMG-786, HU6, BMS-963272, BI 1820237, Xla 1, Dapiglutide, PB-119, PB-718, AGTX-2004, ECC5004, Thermostem, XW017, HM 14320, TNX-2900, CF-102, XW 010, LR19020, LR19056, YH34160, NM-136, CIN 110, CIN 209, CIN 210, RSVI-301, PramExe, BC GlueExe, BC Pram GlueExe, AGEX BAT1, CLS-1, CRB-913, Tespria, AM 6545, LP-003, KT A522, JD5037, SJT4a, GL0034, TF0103, TERN-601, NEO-001, KTX 0200, ENT-03, Bimagrumab, VK2735, HUM-234, NPM 139, YHC2129, YHC2134, YHC1140, GSBR-2nd Gen, GSBR-3rd Gen, and others. In December 2022, Amgen announced new Phase I data from AMG 133. This first-in-human study was designed to evaluate the safety, tolerability, pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic effects of AMG 133 in people with obesity and without diabetes (NCT04478708). The MAD cohorts showed mean percent changes in body weight (BW), ranging from -7.2% at the lowest dose (140mg Q4W), to -14.5% at the highest dose (420mg Q4W) by day 85. A substantial degree of weight loss was maintained beyond the treatment period, which will be shared as part of the oral presentation. Most treatment-emergent adverse events (TEAEs) were mild and transient. The majority of the TEAEs were GI-related, with the most common being nausea and vomiting, most events resolved within 48 hours. In December 2022, Poolbeg Pharma, a clinical-stage infectious disease company, acquired the exclusive license from InsuCaps to use its proprietary microencapsulation and nanoencapsulation oral delivery technologies in metabolic syndrome-related diseases, including obesity, pre-diabetes, and diabetes. In November 2022, Rhythm Pharmaceuticals, Inc. announced that Great Britain's Medicines & Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) has expanded the marketing authorization for IMCIVREE® (setmelanotide) to include the treatment of obesity and control of hunger associated with genetically confirmed Bardet-Biedl syndrome (BBS) in adult and pediatric patients 6 years of age and older. In November 2022, Reviva Pharmaceuticals Holdings, Inc. announced the issuance of a patent covering the composition of matter for RP1208 in Canada, adding to its existing protection in key markets around the world. The Canadian patent covers the compositions of novel phenylcycloalkylmethylamine derivatives and the use of the compositions for the treatment of obesity, related co-morbid conditions, and depression and related co-morbid conditions. In October 2022, Eli Lilly and Company announced that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) had granted Fast Track designation for the investigation of tirzepatide for the treatment of adults with obesity or overweight with weight-related comorbidities. In September 2022, Rivus Pharmaceuticals Inc. announced the completion of a USD 132 million Series B financing led by RA Capital Management with participation from Bain Capital Life Sciences, BB Biotech AG, and existing investors Longitude Capital, Medicxi, and RxCapital. This financing will further support the clinical advancement of lead candidate HU6, a first-in-class Controlled Metabolic Accelerator (CMA) designed to treat cardio-metabolic disease by addressing obesity, a primary driver of disease. In June 2022, LG Chem's new drug for treating genetic obesity received additional ODD (Orphan Drug Designation) from the US FDA. LG Chem announced on the 16th that the FDA recently granted ODD to 'LB54640' for the treatment of 'POMC (Proopiomelanocortin) deficiency.' In April 2022, Saniona announced that it paused the Phase IIb clinical trials testing Tesomet for people with Prader–Willi syndrome (PWS) and hypothalamic obesity (HO). The decision "is not related to the safety or efficacy of Tesomet and is entirely due to funding limitations. The company also announced a reprioritization and restructuring effort to immediately reduce operating expenses while maximizing cash resources. Request a sample and discover the recent advances in obesity drug treatment @ Obesity Pipeline Report The obesity pipeline report provides detailed profiles of pipeline assets, a comparative analysis of clinical and non-clinical stage obesity drugs, inactive and dormant assets, a comprehensive assessment of driving and restraining factors, and an assessment of opportunities and risks in the obesity clinical trial landscape. Obesity Overview Obesity is a chronic disease that causes abnormal or excessive fat accumulation or adipose tissue in the body, posing a health risk. It is caused by an imbalance between calories consumed and calories burned. The factors responsible for the causes of obesity include heredity, a sedentary lifestyle, excessive fat, sugar consumption (energy-dense meals), certain medications, and endocrine issues. Changes in the environment or society, as well as in behavior and culture, all directly impact. Obesity symptoms go beyond an increase in body fat. It can cause skin issues, shortness of breath, sleeping difficulties, and other symptoms. Some obesity symptoms have even been linked to an increased risk of developing certain diseases and disorders. In some cases, these can be life-threatening or even fatal. Find out more about drugs for obesity @ FDA-approved Obesity Drugs   A snapshot of the Obesity Pipeline Drugs mentioned in the report: Drugs Obesity Therapeutics Assessment The  obesity pipeline  report proffers an integral view of obesity emerging novel therapies segmented by stage, product type, molecule type, mechanism of action, and route of administration. Scope of the Obesity Pipeline Report  Coverage: Global  Therapeutic Assessment By Clinical Stages: Discovery, Pre-clinical, Phase I, Phase II, Phase III Therapeutics Assessment By Route of Administration: Oral, Parenteral, Intravenous, Subcutaneous, Topical Therapeutics Assessment By Molecule Type: Monoclonal Antibody, Peptides, Polymer, Small molecule, Gene therapy Therapeutics Assessment By Mechanism of Action: Glucagon like peptide 1 receptor agonists, Gastric inhibitory polypeptide receptor agonists, Beta 1 adrenergic receptor antagonists, Biogenic monoamine uptake inhibitors, Lipolysis modulators, Alpha-glucosidase inhibitors, Amylase inhibitors, Lipase inhibitors, Glucagon like peptide 1 receptor agonists, Glucagon receptor agonists, Islet amyloid polypeptide replacements Key Obesity Companies: 180 Life Sciences, 9 meters, Aardvark Therapeutics, Adocia, Agentix, AgeX Therapeutics, Altimmune, Amgen, Antag Therapeutics, Aphaia Pharma, Aptorum Group, AstraZeneca, Bukwang Pharmaceutical, Caliway Biopharmaceutics Co Ltd, Can Fite Biopharma, Carmot Therapeutics, Inc., Cellivery Therapeutics Inc, CinFina Pharma, Clayton Biotech, Click Therapeutics, Corbus Pharma, DiscoveryBiomed Inc, Dong-A ST, Dongkook Pharmaceuticals, Eccogene, Elevian, Eli Lilly and Company, Empros Pharma, Enterin Inc., EraCal Therapeutics AG, ERX Pharmaceuticals, ERX Pharmaceuticals, Eternygen GmbH, Eurofarma, Gannex Pharma, Glaceum, Gmax Biopharm, GPER G-1 Development Group, LLC, Gubra Therapeutics, Hanmi Pharmaceutical, Hanmi Pharmaceuticals, Innovent Biologics, Jenrin Discovery, Jiangsu Hansoh Pharmaceutical, Kallyope, Kintai Therapeutics, Kriya Therapeutics, LG Life Sciences, Lipidio Pharmaceuticals, MakScientific, Nano Precision Medical, NeonMind Biosciences, Novartis, Novo Nordisk, NuSirt Biopharma, Otsuka Pharmaceutical Factory Inc, Pfizer, Raziel Therapeutics, Reata Pharmaceuticals, Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Reviva Pharmaceuticals, Rivus Pharmaceuticals, Shionogi, SHIONOGI & Co., Ltd., Sigrid Therapeutics, SJT Molecular Research SL, Structure Therapeutics, Sun Pharmaceutical Industries, Techfields Pharma, Terns Pharmaceuticals, Tonix Pharmaceuticals, UGISense AG, Versanis Bio, Viking Therapeutics, YSOPIA Bioscience, Yuhan, Zealand Pharma, and others. Key Obesity Pipeline Therapies: Semaglutide oral, Tirzepatide, Sibutramine/Topiramate, NNC0174-0833, Tesomet, SHR-20004, RZL-012, CT-868, PF-06882961, EMP-16, S-237648, LY3502970, ARD-101, NNC0165-1875, XW003, IBI362, TG103, Cotadutide, MBL949, PF-07081532, APHD-012, LY 3437943, HSG4112, Leucine/sildenafil, BI 456906, Pemvidutide, LY3841136, HM15136, GMA106, DD01, ZP8396, K833, NNC0480-0389, LB54640, CT-181, CB4211, CT-388, CIN-109, ERX-1000, DWP306001, SCO-094, S-309309, NO-13065, GDD3898, XW004, SCO-267, ASC41, AMG 133, LY3541105, AMG-786, HU6, BMS-963272, BI 1820237, Xla 1, Dapiglutide, PB-119, PB-718, AGTX-2004, ECC5004, Thermostem, XW017, HM 14320, TNX-2900, CF-102, XW 010, LR19020, LR19056, YH34160, NM-136, CIN 110, CIN 209, CIN 210, RSVI-301, PramExe, BC GlueExe, BC Pram GlueExe, AGEX BAT1, CLS-1, CRB-913, Tespria, AM 6545, LP-003, KT A522, JD5037, SJT4a, GL0034, TF0103, TERN-601, NEO-001, KTX 0200, ENT-03, Bimagrumab, VK2735, HUM-234, NPM 139, YHC2129, YHC2134, YHC1140, GSBR-2nd Gen, GSBR-3rd Gen, and others. Dive deep into rich insights for new drug for obesity treatment; visit @ Obesity Medications Table of Contents

AgeX Therapeutics Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was AgeX Therapeutics founded?

    AgeX Therapeutics was founded in 2017.

  • Where is AgeX Therapeutics's headquarters?

    AgeX Therapeutics's headquarters is located at 1010 Atlantic Avenue, Alameda.

  • What is AgeX Therapeutics's latest funding round?

    AgeX Therapeutics's latest funding round is IPO.

  • How much did AgeX Therapeutics raise?

    AgeX Therapeutics raised a total of $15.66M.

  • Who are the investors of AgeX Therapeutics?

    Investors of AgeX Therapeutics include Juvenescence, Lineage Cell Therapeutics, Alfred Kingsley, Kizoo Technology Ventures, IBS Capital and 4 more.

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