Lipidor reports positive clinical Phase I/II data in psoriasis

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STOCKHOLM – August 27, 2013. Today announced results from a I/IIa study investigating the efficacy and tolerability of its AKVANO®/calcipotriol spray formulation for the treatment of vulgaris, the most common form of . Karolinska Development owns 50% of Lipidor.
“The positive study results represents an important milestone for Lipidor in its efforts to develop a product with equivalent efficacy compared to market leading calcipotriol-only topical treatments, and with superior cosmetic qualities and greater ease of use, thereby, improving compliance rates and patient quality of life”, concludes Anders Carlsson, CEO of Lipidor.
Various kinds of ointments, creams and lotions are commonly prescribed treatments for psoriasis, but they also show low compliance rates. This is largely due to their greasiness and inability to absorb into the skin and therefore be present on the skin for a long time after application. This causes personal discomfort as well as staining of clothes.
Lipidor is developing AKVANO®/calcipotriol, a water-free spray formulation containing calcipotriol, a vitamin D derivative that is one of the cornerstones in the treatment of mild to moderate psoriasis vulgaris. The AKVANO® technology enables efficient delivery of the pharmaceutical ingredient. After application the carrier compounds evaporates quickly, leaving a pleasant feeling on the skin and a cosmetically appealing result.
from the recently concluded Phase I/IIa clinical study in 24 psoriasis vulgaris patients revealed that the AKVANO®/calcipotriol spray formulation had clear and significant antipsoriatic effects compared to placebo, comparable to a marketed formulation of calcipotriol. This means that the primary objective of the trial was met. In the study, the patients received 10 topical treatments over 12 days. No safety issues were noted in the study.
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