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Sylentis reports positive Phase II results with SYL1001 in treating ocular pain related to dry eye syndrome

Sylentis reports positive Phase II results with SYL1001 in treating ocular pain related to dry eye syndrome Phase II dose-finding and efficacy trials (SYL1001_II and SYL1001_III) achieved their primary endpoints in terms of ocular pain (VAS) (p<0.016) and hyperaemia reduction with a dose of 1.125% (p<0.0134). SYL1001 was well tolerated

Zeltia announces that subsidiary Sylentis has commenced Phase II clinical trials with its compound SYL1001 for treating eye discomfort associated with dry eye syndrome

SYL1001 is a compound arising from Sylentis’s research in ophthalmological disorders It is indicated for treating eye discomfort associated with dry eye syndrome SYL1001 is a form of interference RNA (RNAi) SYL1001 inhibits the capsaicin receptor TrpV1, which is expressed on the surface of the eye.   Madrid, 27 February

Sylentis announces the clinical results of tivanisiran for the treatment of dry eye syndrome

The studies carried out with tivanisiran showed an improvement in the inflammatory ocular parameters, tear quality, and a reduction in ocular pain, that is associated with dry eye syndrome   Madrid, May 3rd, 2018. Sylentis, Pharmaceutical Company belonging to the PharmaMar Group, has presented results from the clinical studies carried

RNA interference Technologies and Therapeutics

Find this publication at: Sylentis reviews present knowledge on RNA interference applications Lopez-Fraga, M. et al. Biodrugs. 2009; 23(5):305-32.

Sylentis (PharmaMar Group) at ARVO 2019 with results from two ophthalmic drugs: tivanisirán and SYL1801

The company will present results of the HELIX clinical trial with tivanisirán for the treatment of Dry Eye Syndrome, in which an improvement in central corneal damage and results in patients with Sjögren’s Syndrome are demonstrated. Sylentis will also present data from the development of SYL1801 for the treatment and

FDA authorizes Sylentis (PharmaMar Group) to initiate Phase III trial with tivanisiran for the treatment of dry eye disease

This Phase III study, called SYL1001_V, will involve more than 30 hospitals in the United States. It will evaluate the efficacy and safety of tivanisiran ophthalmic solution on the signs and symptoms of patients with dry eye disease associated with Sjögren’s Syndrome. The study has been approved by the FDA

Sylentis receives authorisation to commence Phase IIb clinical trial with bamosiran (SYL040012) for treating ocular hypertension associated with glaucoma

The main endpoint of the trial is to establish the most effective dose of bamosiran for reducing intraocular pressure after 28 days’ treatment.  The Phase IIb trial with bamosiran will be conducted at 21 centres in Spain, Germany, Estonia and the United States, enrolling 180 patients. Madrid, 17 July 2014: Grupo

Sylentis announces new preclinical and clinical data for its SYL1001 molecule during ARVO 2017

SYL1001 is a compound under investigation for the treatment of dry eye disease. It is a product based on the novel technology RNA interference (RNAi), developed for the treatment of signs and symptoms of this illness. At the Annual Congress of the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology 2017,

Zeltia subsidiary Sylentis commences Phase I trials with its new compound SYL1001 to treat eye pain associated with dry eye syndrome

SYL1001 is a new compound arising from Sylentis’s research in ophthalmological disorders  It is indicated for treating eye discomfort associated with dry eye syndrome  SYL1001 is a form of interference RNA (RNAi)  SYL1001 inhibits the capsaicin receptor TrpV1, which is expressed on the surface of the eye

Sylentis, PharmaMar Group, announces the end of patient recruitment for its HELIX trial

Sylentis has reached the target of recruiting patients for its Phase III trial “HELIX” for the treatment of the signs and symptoms of dry eye disease. We estimate that the results of the trial will be available in the first four months of 2019.   Madrid, October 19th, 2018.- Sylentis,
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