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Neurimmune NI-204 / TDI 200

The misfolding of the antioxidant enzyme superoxide dismutase1 (SOD1) in motor neurons may contribute to ALS. A human-derived monoclonal antibody directed to misfolded SOD1, Neurimmune’s NI-204 aims to reduce the accumulation of misfolded SOD1 within motor neurons in people with ALS and thereby slow the progression of the disease.


Type: Protein Biologic
Stage: Active
Status: Active
Sponsor: ALS Therapy Development Institute & Neurimmune

TDI Says:

Targeting misfolded SOD1, according to a growing number of studies, could be important in both the treatment of sporadic and familial forms of ALS. We look forward to further evaluating these antibodies as a potential treatment for the disease.

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