PARTNERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

We believe that partnership is a very effective way to advance any new treatment approach for the benefit of the patients, and would be delighted to consider the following collaboration opportunities:

  • Commercial Partnerships to enhance the commercial introduction of our D-PLEX100 lead development program to surgeons and the hospital surgical suite in various worldwide geographies.
  • License our PLEX platform technology delivery to improve proprietary product clinical outcomes for partners.
  • License-out our pipeline of early product candidate
    • PLEXPain Completed pre-clinical development of a product candidate that pairs PLEX matrix with a widely-used local anesthetic to reduce post-operative pain for extended period of time when applied into the surgical site.
    • PLEXCancer – Preclinical development of a product candidate that pairs PLEX matrix with a widely-used chemotherapeutic agents to be used locally to eradicate remaining cancerous cells following surgical tumor removal.
    • PLEX based Delivery of Proteins and Monoclonal Antibodies – Monoclonal antibodies were successfully encapsulated in PLEX and demonstrated prolonged released in vitro and in vivo (PK study) for several weeks while preserving the integrity of the antibody (both primary and secondary structures).
    • Anti-inflammatory research program.
    • Growth factors research program.

ARE YOU A POTENTIAL PARTNER?

If you are interested in exploring partnering with PolyPid please contact us at BD@polypid.com

Technology

PolyPid’s PLEX targeted drug delivery platform enables localized, controlled, continuous release of medication over prolonged periods of time for better patient outcomes.

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D-PLEX100

Provides safe and effective local antibiotic protection against SSI (surgical Site Infection) at the needed tissues or organs by administration during surgical procedures.

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D-PLEX1000

Comprised of antibiotic eluting ß tri-calcium phosphate (ßTCP) granules, designed for bone related infections applications.

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