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Agomab Reports Positive Phase 1 Results with AGMB-129, a GI-restricted ALK5 Inhibitor for Fibrostenosing Crohn’s Disease
– Agomab Therapeutics NV (‘Agomab’) today announced positive clinical results from its Phase 1 study evaluating AGMB-129, an oral gastro-intestinal (GI)-restricted small molecule kinase inhibitor of ALK5 (TGFβRI or ALK5), intended for the treatment of Fibrostenosing Crohn’s Disease (FSCD).
Agomab Therapeutics Selected as One of Fierce Biotech’s “Fierce 15” Companies of 2022
Agomab Therapeutics NV (‘Agomab’) today announced that Fierce Biotech has named the company as one of 2022’s Fierce 15 biotechnology companies, designating it as one of the most promising early-stage biotechnology companies in the industry.
Agomab Raises Additional $40.5 Million Through Series B Extension Bringing Total Amount to $114 Million
Agomab Therapeutics NV (‘Agomab’) today announced it has extended its Series B financing round with an additional close of $40.5 million (€38.4 million), bringing the total Series B amount raised to $114 million.
Agomab to Present at 40th Annual J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference and Announces Additional Upcoming Conference Participations in Q1
Agomab Therapeutics NV (‘Agomab’) today announced that Tim Knotnerus, Chief Executive Officer, will present a company overview and update at the virtual 40th Annual J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference on Thursday, January 13 at 8:00 a.m. ET (14:00 CET).
Agomab Expands Team with Reginald Brys as Head of Research and Maria Nichol as Head of IP
Agomab Therapeutics NV (‘Agomab’) today announced the expansion of its team with two key hires: Reginald Brys will join as Head of Research and Maria Nichol will become Head of Intellectual Property. Each brings more than 20 years of highly valuable experience in identifying and driving novel drug candidate development and international patent law and strategy, respectively.
Agomab Therapeutics Completes Acquisition of Origo Biopharma
Agomab Therapeutics NV (‘Agomab’) announced today the closing of the Origo Biopharma acquisition. The transaction, first announced on October 28th, 2021, combines Spanish biotech Origo Biopharma and its pipeline of organ-restricted small molecule drug candidates targeting the transforming growth factor beta (TGF-β) pathway with Agomab’s hepatocyte growth factor (HGF)-targeting programs.
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