Patent for Sale:Innovative Formulations in the Area of Chronotherapeutic Drug Delivery
STATIN FORMULATION - The concept underlying this formulation involves controlling the amount and rate of statin delivered to the liver from the gut. This approach should provide the following benefits compared with standard statin administration: (i) improved therapeutic window, (ii) enhanced lipid-lowering efficacy of lower potency statins, (ii) higher doses of statin to achieve maximal lipid lowering effects without associated increase in systemic exposure, (iv) decreased variability in plasma bioavailability compared to standard statins, and (v) differentiated product with potential for premium pricing.
The global statin market currently exceeds $20 billion per annum. Combination statin therapy comprises over 15% of the US market and is growing rapidly. The Company believes statin formulations will have significant revenue potential based on the ability to enhance the competitiveness of statins by increasing therapeutic index of existing molecules and improving tolerability enabling wider use of combination products and an enhanced OTC opportunity.
TRAMADOL FORMULATION - This novel approach has the ability to carve out a niche market providing significant patient benefits: (i) targets morning pain management along with extended coverage for the remainder of the day, (ii) due to night time “drug free period”, helps minimize tolerance, rebound and night time dizziness, and disorientation, (iii) administered in capsules, or with the potential to be sprinkled on food, or dosed with enteral feed, and (iv) minimizes the risk of patients waking up in pain needing to take a medication and then waiting for pain relief to commence.
Globally, the pain management market is valued in excess of $50 billion, growing at 10% (IMS 2013). In the US alone, the market for opioid analgesics is $8.3 billion - 50% of this market is dominated by extended release opioids. The tramadol market is growing due to its safety advantages over other pain medications and its extensive use by primary care physicians compared with other opioids.
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