Enterome’s EB8018, a First-in-class Drug Candidate Targeting Crohn’s Disease, Successfully Completes Phase I Study in Healthy Volunteers

Posted by: | October 31, 2017 | Comments

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ENTEROME SA, a pioneer of innovative therapies for microbiome-related diseases, is pleased to announce the successful completion of the first Phase 1 clinical study with its lead candidate EB8018, a small molecule designed to block FimH, as a potential new orally-administered treatment for Crohn’s disease.

EB8018 was found to be well tolerated in healthy volunteers across a wide range of doses tested. The compound also demonstrated a pharmacokinetic (PK) profile consistent with it being a gut-restricted molecule that is soluble in the gut and thereby able to act on its target in the gut microbiome. EB8018 also exhibited minimal absorption into the blood potentially limiting interactions with other drugs that are absorbed into the blood stream. The results from the study will be presented at an upcoming medical congress.

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