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            Lead Product(s): BIO89-100

            Therapeutic Area: Hepatology (Liver, Pancreatic, Gall Bladder) Product Name: BIO89-100

            Highest Development Status: Phase I/ Phase II Product Type: Large molecule

            Partner/Sponsor/Collaborator: Not Applicable

            Deal Size: Not Applicable Upfront Cash: Not Applicable

            Deal Type: Not Applicable March 20, 2021

            Details:

            New analyses of the Phase 1b/2a study data showed BIO89-100 treatment resulted in significant reductions in liver volume of up to 15% and liver fat volume of up to 65% in treated patients at 13 weeks compared to baseline, as measured by MRI-PDFF.

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            Lead Product(s): BIO89-100

            Therapeutic Area: Hepatology (Liver, Pancreatic, Gall Bladder) Product Name: BIO89-100

            Highest Development Status: Phase I/ Phase II Product Type: Large molecule

            Partner/Sponsor/Collaborator: Not Applicable

            Deal Size: Not Applicable Upfront Cash: Not Applicable

            Deal Type: Not Applicable November 13, 2020

            Details:

            Similar reductions in liver fat, ALT and triglycerides between biopsy-confirmed NASH and PNASH patients treated with BIO89-100 and their similar baseline characteristics underscored the consistency across these two sub-populations of patients enrolled in the trial.