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Chakshu Research Inc.

This article was originally published in Start Up

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Chakshu Research believes its drug candidate can interfere with the pathogenic processes that cause oxidative stress, which can, in turn, cause tissue damage. The company is developing a solution, made up of GRAS substances, designed to reduce the amount of reactive metal ions that act as a catalyst of harmful oxidative reactions in the eye, and thus treat cataracts and other ophthalmic disorders.

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