About PDC Biotech
PDC Biotech is developing a compound, PDC31 which is being developed for the treatment of preterm labor and primary dysmenorrhea. PDC31 is a peptide antagonist of the prostaglandin F2a (FP) receptor, the lead in a series of FP antagonists exclusively licensed to PDC Biotech GmbH from Theratechnologies, (TSX: TH), a Canadian biopharmaceutical company.
PDC Biotech Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
What is PDC Biotech's latest funding round?
PDC Biotech's latest funding round is Series A.
How much did PDC Biotech raise?
PDC Biotech raised a total of $5.6M.
Who are the investors of PDC Biotech?
Investors of PDC Biotech include MIG Verwaltungs and Andera Partners.
Who are PDC Biotech's competitors?
Competitors of PDC Biotech include Zogenix, Asteres, Intarcia Therapeutics, Altor BioScience, Anacor Pharmaceuticals and 7 more.
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