ANTOLRX ANNOUNCES PFIZER EXERCISES OPTION TO LICENSE IMMUNE TOLERANCE THERAPY FOR POTENTIAL TREATMENT OF TYPE 1 DIABETES
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., March 5,2019 – AnTolRx, Inc., a private biotechnology company and a leader in immune tolerance, today announced that Pfizer Inc. (NYSE: PFE) has exercised the option granted under a June 2016 agreement to license an immune...
AnTolRx, Inc. Announces Series A Equity Funding from Pfizer, JDRF and Orion Equity Partners, LLC to Develop Targeted Nanoparticle Tolerance Therapeutics
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., September 8, 2016—AnTolRx, Inc. announced today that it has signed a Series A funding agreement with Pfizer Inc. (NYSE: PFE), Orion Equity Partners LLC and JDRF, the leading global organization funding type 1 diabetes (T1D) research. The funding...
Francisco J Quintana, AnTolRx’s Scientific Founder, will speak next week at the international AhR meeting in Paris.
Dr. Quintana will present an update on his research into the role of the Aryl hydrocarbon Receptor in human health and disease at the 2018 AhR Symposium, held this year in Paris, France from August 28-31st. AnTolRx scientists will also be attending. The meeting will...
ASweetLife - Nanoparticles May Be Used to Treat Type 1 Diabetes "A couple of weeks ago I sat down with Dr. Francisco Quintana, who runs a lab at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston focused on finding new treatments for autoimmune diseases. In particular, he’s...
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