- Clinical Trials
Acclaim-1 Phase 1 study had no Dose Limiting Toxicity, and results establish Phase 2 Recommended Dose as well as provide data showing efficacy of REQORSA® in combination with Tagrisso®
Genprex announced the closing of its previously announced registered direct offering to healthcare-focused institutional investors of 7,425,744 shares of the Company’s common stock and warrants to purchase up to 7,425,744 shares of common stock at a combined offering price of $1.01 per share of common stock and accompanying warrant. The offering was priced at-the-market under the Nasdaq rules.
Genprex has entered into definitive agreements with healthcare-focused institutional investors for the sale and issuance of 7,425,744 shares of the Company’s common stock and warrants to purchase up to 7,425,744 shares of common stock at a combined offering price of $1.01 per share of common stock and accompanying warrant, in a registered direct offering priced at-the-market under the Nasdaq rules
Latest license creates a comprehensive panel of gene therapies exclusively licensed by Genprex for the Company’s diabetes gene therapy program
Bell2Bell’s latest podcast features Dr. Mark Berger, Chief Medical Officer of Genprex Inc. (NASDAQ: GNPX), a clinical-stage gene therapy company focused on developing life-changing therapies for patients living with cancer and diabetes.
Technologies Licensed from University of Pittsburgh May Have the Potential to Provide Long-Term Efficacy and to Change the Course of this Disease for the Millions of Patients Around the World with Type 1 or Type 2 Diabetes
Intellectual Property Protection for Therapeutic Combination in Acclaim-2 Phase 1/2 Clinical Trial
Recommends Advancing Acclaim-1 to Increased Dose in Second Cohort of Phase 1 Portion of Trial
Grant to fund ongoing preclinical research for important proof-of-principle non-human studies in preparation for human gene therapy clinical trials
Genprex signed an exclusive license agreement with the University of Pittsburgh for a diabetes gene therapy that may have the potential to cure Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes, which together currently affect approximately 30.3 million people in the U.S, or 9 percent of the U.S. population.