Lipodystrophy Project CGT2 – Milestones
- In-licensing of the project from Lipigon.
- Design of expression plasmids, which are a starting material for gene-therapeutic vectors CombiGene intends to develop for treatment of partial lipodystrophy.
- In vitro studies (tests on liver cells) show proper protein expression.
- Priority-based patent application filed with the UK Patent Office.
- In vivo studies initiated for evaluation of the different gene therapy vectors.
- The lipodystrophy projects receive EUR 882 500 in development grants from the EU Eurostars program.
CombiGene s project CGT2 is supported by the Eurostars Programme.Project ID: 114714
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