InSilicoTrials and Axoltis Pharma Announce Collaboration

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InSilicoTrials has embarked on a collaborative partnership with Axoltis Pharma, a biopharmaceutical company committed to developing disease-modifying drugs for patients with high unmet medical needs in neurodegenerative and traumatic neurologic impairments. This strategic collaboration works to improve our understanding of Central Nervous System (CNS) diseases and to optimize the clinical development plan of Axoltis' drug candidate, NX210c, a promising 12-amino acid peptide derived from SCO-spondin.

The primary focus of this partnership is to utilize the InSilicoTrials' platform and leverage its InSilicoNEURO suite, which encompasses a variety of mechanistic CNS models. More specifically, the models within InSilicoNEURO will be used to assess the impact of Axoltis' drug candidate on virtual patients with different conditions, including Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), Parkinson's Disease and Multiple sclerosis (MS). Mechanistic CNS models are designed to simulate the physiological and pathological aspects of CNS disorders, providing insights into the disease mechanisms and potential therapeutic interventions. Integrating knowledge from various data sources, these models help researchers and clinicians understand the complex interactions within the CNS and contribute to the development of improved diagnostics and disease-modifying treatments for CNS disorders.

Neurodegenerative conditions are often characterized by several common features, including blood-brain barrier leakage, synaptic transmission deteriorations, and neuron apoptosis. Given that Axoltis drug candidate NX210c targets these features, the collaboration with InSilicoTrials holds great promise for supporting CNS functions in a wide range of neurological and neurodegenerative conditions. By utilizing the InSilicoTrials' digital platform and leveraging Phase Ib clinical trial data and the preclinical package, the collaboration works to assess the relationship between NX210c dosing regimens, blood brain barrier repair and neurological function, biomarker concentrations, and ultimately clinical efficacy and safety endpoints, through computational modeling and simulation (CM&S) and AI techniques

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InSilicoTrials and Axoltis Pharma Collaborate to Advance Therapeutic Solutions for Neurological Disorders. (2023, July 27). Cision PR Newswire.


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