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Epeius Biotechnologies

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About Epeius Biotechnologies

Scientists at Epeius Biotechnologies have developed a targeted delivery system (TDS) that can transport genes or other therapeutic agents directly to diseased areas in the body. This pathotropic, or disease-seeking, technology has enabled the company to develop Rexin-G, a tumor-targeted, injectable gene delivery system that has demonstrated remarkable safety and single-agent efficacy in clinical trials internationally. Rexin-G is currently in clinical trials for pancreatic cancer in the U.S. ƒƒ‚ƒš‚" where it has achieved FDA orphan drug status ƒƒ‚ƒš‚" and has accelerated approval in the Philippines for the treatment of all solid tumors that are resistant to standard chemotherapy. The company's international clinical outreach with Rexin-G has enabled us to expedite further demonstrations that Rexin-G is highly active in a broad spectrum of chemo-resistant tumor types with efficacy and excellent safety profiles. The company are a biopharmaceutical company focused on expanding the therapeutic utility and commercialization of the company's pathotropic approach to disease treatment through internal development and commercialization of the company's oncology products and cancer vaccines, and through strategic partnerships in additional areas of oncology, immunology, cardiovascular, ocular, and wound healing applications, precision targeted diagnostics, and stem cell technologies.

Headquarters Location

475 Huntington Drive

San Marino, California, 91108,

United States

626-441-6695

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Epeius Biotechnologies Patents

Epeius Biotechnologies has filed 1 patent.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Biotechnology
  • Genetics
  • Molecular biology
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2/8/2018

4/7/2020

Molecular biology, Biotechnology, Posttranslational modification, Genetics, Transcription factors

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2/8/2018

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4/7/2020

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Molecular biology, Biotechnology, Posttranslational modification, Genetics, Transcription factors

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Epeius Biotechnologies Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Where is Epeius Biotechnologies's headquarters?

    Epeius Biotechnologies's headquarters is located at 475 Huntington Drive, San Marino.

  • Who are Epeius Biotechnologies's competitors?

    Competitors of Epeius Biotechnologies include Heron Therapeutics, Minerva Biotechnologies, Dicerna Pharmaceuticals, Elusys Therapeutics, Oxford BioMedica, Clarus Therapeutics, MaxCyte, Cell Point, Stemline Therapeutics, Vitatex and 56 more.

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