Entest BioMedical's Subsidiary Zander Therapeutics, Inc., Reports Its Series A Compounds Suppressed the Production of Multiple Cytokines Known to be Involved in Inflammation With No Toxicity In Canine Studies
Company sees results demonstrating a major step forward in its small molecule anti-inflammatory drug development for veterinary use. Entest BioMedical Inc.'s (OTC-PINK: ENTB) subsidiary, Zander Therapeutics, Inc. has tested compounds that act on human cells in suppressing the immune system in a small amount of dog blood. The results indicate that one of the compounds, termed Series A, suppressed the production of multiple cytokines known to be involved in inflammation by activating checkpoint NR2F6. These include IL-17a, IL-1, IL-2, TNF-α and IFN-ɣ production from activated peripheral blood mononuclear cells in a non-toxic manner.
Zander Therapeutics :: Specializing in cutting edge therapies for animals
Founded in 2015 as a biotechnology company focused on veterinary medicine, specifically small molecule treatments for veterinary cancers, autoimmune diseases such as arthritis and other immunotherapies for specialty niche treatments. Zander is wholly owned by Entest BioMedical Inc. a fully reporting and trades publicly under the symbol: ENTB Focused on immuno-oncology, stem cell/cancer stem cell, gene silencing.
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