Peptron Eyes Differentiation As Exenatide Progresses For Parkinson’s
With the recent completion of GMP manufacturing facilities and sizable funding, South Korean peptide therapeutics company Peptron is set to begin a Phase II clinical trial of sustained release exenatide for Parkinson’s, which if successful could pave the way to a first-in-class, disease-modifying treatment for the disease.
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