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Genprex Inc. (Nasdaq: GNPX), a gene therapy company headquartered in the Texas capital, took the regional title of the year’s largest increase in share value.
An experimental gene therapy developed by Texas biotech Genprex will be paired with AstraZeneca’s Tagrisso and Merck & Co’s Keytruda – both leading their respective drug classes in the treatment of non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC).
Genprex announced that quaratusugene ozeplasmid (Reqorsa) will be studied in two new trials, in which non-small cell lung cancer patients with specific molecular markers will receive its investigational drug combined with osimertinib (AstraZeneca’s Tagrisso) or pembrolizumab (Merck’s Keytruda).
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A UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh researcher is crediting a new, supportive environment for entrepreneurs at the University of Pittsburgh for making it possible to license a technology that may one day cure diabetes.
Austin-based biotech firm Genprex is looking for more growth after raising about $25.5 million through two recent stock offerings.
Technology Networks spoke with Rodney Varner, CEO of Genprex, to learn more about the next steps for Oncoprex and how the FDA Fast Track Designation will facilitate the delivery of this drug to cancer patients.