This PERK inhibitor is being explored by scientists at the ALS Therapy Development Institute for its ability to modulate the efficacy of the UPR pathway, thereby protecting against neurotoxicity found to play a role in ALS.
We are in the process of analyzing data produced from a rigorous preclinical survival efficacy study on this small molecule.
Topics in the Pipeline
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