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Enterprise Therapeutics doses first subjects in Phase 1 trial for First-in-Class cystic fibrosis therapy ETD002

ETD002 is a novel TMEM16A chloride channel potentiator Therapy applicable to all cystic fibrosis patients, independent of genotype Brighton, UK, 17 August 2020: Enterprise Therapeutics Ltd (Enterprise), a biopharmaceutical company dedicated to the discovery and development of novel therapies to improve the lives of patients suffering with respiratory disease, today announced it has successfully dosed […]

Enterprise Therapeutics appoints Dr David Morris MD as Chief Medical Officer

Dr Morris will lead Enterprise’s therapeutics development strategy and drive the Company’s two lead respiratory programmes through the clinic Brighton, UK, 10 February 2020: Enterprise Therapeutics Ltd (Enterprise), a biopharmaceutical company dedicated to the discovery and development of novel therapies to improve the lives of patients suffering with respiratory disease, today announced it has appointed […]

Enterprise Therapeutics publishes paper on novel therapeutic approach for treatment of all cystic fibrosis patients

“TMEM16A Potentiation: A Novel Therapeutic Approach for the Treatment of Cystic Fibrosis” published in American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine Paper demonstrates first in class TMEM16A chloride channel potentiators, to accelerate mucociliary clearance Co-authored by researchers from University of Sussex, University of North Carolina and University of Miami Brighton, UK, 08 January 2020: […]

TMEM16A Channel Function Does Not Influence Goblet Cell Numbers or Mucin Secretion In The Human Airway Epithelium – NACFC – Nashville – October 2019

TMEM16A Channel Function Does Not Influence Goblet Cell Numbers or Mucin Secretion In The Human Airway Epithelium – NACFC – Nashville – October 2019 Henry Danahay1,2, Alexis Flen, Camille Ehre3, Martin Gosling1,2 1University of Sussex, Brighton, UK; 2Enterprise Therapeutics, UK; 3University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, USA. A role for the calcium activated chloride channel, […]

EACT Increases Intracellular Calcium Levels by a Tmem16a-Independent Mechanism – NACFC – Nashville – October 2019

EACT Increases Intracellular Calcium Levels by a Tmem16a-Independent Mechanism – NACFC – Nashville – October 2019 Sarah Lilley1, Henry Danahay1,2, Holly Charlton1, Kathryn Adley1, Roy Fox1, Martin Gosling1,2 1University of Sussex, Brighton, UK; 2Enterprise Therapeutics, UK The N-aroylaminothiazole EACT was first described by Namkung et al. (2011) as an activator of the calcium-activated chloride channel, […]

The In Vitro & In Vivo Pharmacology of Novel Tmem16a Potentiator Compounds – NACFC – Nashville – October 2019

The In Vitro & In Vivo Pharmacology of Novel Tmem16a Potentiator Compounds – NACFC – Nashville – October 2019 Henry Danahay1,2, Sarah Lilley1, Holly Charlton1, Roy Fox1, Brian Button3, Juan Sabater4, Martin Gosling1,2 1University of Sussex, Brighton, UK; 2Enterprise Therapeutics, UK; 3University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, USA; Mount Sinai Medical Center, Miami, USA TMEM16A […]

Enterprise Therapeutics awarded up to £5.7M ($7M) from Cystic Fibrosis Foundation to Support Clinical Development of Novel Chloride Channel Modulator

Support for clinical development up to end of Phase 2 for ETD002, first-in-class TMEM16A potentiator for the treatment of cystic fibrosis Milestone Funding through Cystic Fibrosis Foundation’s Therapeutics Development Award programme Brighton, UK, 15 October 2019: Enterprise Therapeutics Ltd (Enterprise), a biopharmaceutical company dedicated to the discovery and development of novel therapies to improve the […]

ECFS Clinical Meeting Liverpool TMEM16A potentiator

ECFS Clinical Meeting Liverpool TMEM16A potentiator Objectives: TMEM16A (ANO1) is a Ca2+-activated, alternative chloride channel expressed in the human airway epithelium. A potentiator of TMEM16A is predicted to enhance the secretion of chloride and thereby increase mucus hydration and clearance in the CF lung. Our aim is to discover and test the efficacy of novel […]

A systematic comparison of the profiles of inhaled ENaC blocker candidates on mucociliary clearance: are we under-dosing in clinical studies?

A systematic comparison of the profiles of inhaled ENaC blocker candidates on mucociliary clearance: are we under-dosing in clinical studies? Henry Danahay1, Clive McCarthy1 and Martin Gosling1 1Enterprise Therapeutics, UK Objectives: Recent clinical studies with ENaC modulator compounds have challenged the validity of the target for treating CF lung disease. Our aim was to establish […]