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Intellikine Inc.

This article was originally published in Start Up

Executive Summary

Intellikine is developing a group of compounds capable of selectively inhibiting different PI3K isoforms. It can mix and match components to achieve a variety of therapeutic goals. The company's lead program, an mTOR inhibitor for cancer, is nearing the clinic. The start-up also sees significant potential for its PI3 kinase inhibitors in inflammatory diseases and hopes to begin a Phase I trial in that area next year.

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