Pfizer will test its experimental drug PF-06252616 in ambulatory boys with Duchenne MD at multiple sites in the U.S. and elsewhere
posted on December 22, 2014 - 3:52pm
Multinational pharmaceutical comany Pfizer recently opened a phase 2 study of an experimental compound that may be beneficial in Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) through its ability to block myostatin, a naturally occurring protein that is known to limit muscle growth.
Repligen’s spinal muscular atrophy program, including development of the experimental drug RG3039, now has the support of a major pharmaceutical company
posted on January 4, 2013 - 8:48am
Update (Feb. 2, 2015): Pfizer announced in January 2015 that it will not continue its collaboration with Religen for development of RG3039. The reasons are not clear, but industry observers suspect that the change of plan is related to an announcement in summer 2014 that the compound failed to increase production of the SMN protein.