microprojection


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microprojection

(mī″krō-prō-jĕk′shŭn)
Projection of images of microscopic objects upon a screen.
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In addition to this injection formulation for weekly administration, the transdermal technology licensed from Zosano will reinforce Asahi Kasei Pharma's R&D pipeline in the field of orthopedics with a focus on osteoporosis, through the development of a microprojection patch formulation of TeriboneuEthat enables needle-free administration.
Zosano will receive revenue-based royalties based on sales of the microprojection patch formulation of Teribone in the Asian territories, as well as reimbursement for all development and manufacturing costs.
As a result, it is well suited to meet the demands of the growing market for portable microprojection devices.
ZP-PTH uses Zosano's unique transdermal microprojection technology being developed as an alternative to daily injections, to deliver PTH 1-34, teriparatide (PTH), a compound proven to stimulate formation of new bone and reduce the risk of fractures.
A second poster titled "Erythropoietin (EPO) Coated Microprojection Transdermal System: Preclinical Formulation, Stability and Delivery" demonstrates coating and stability of erythropoietin (EPO) on Zosano's transdermal microprojection system.
Daddona will discuss the use of Zosano's novel drug-coated microprojection technology in its lead product, the ZP-PTH rapid delivery patch for the treatment of osteoporosis, and two new pipeline programs: ZP-G-CSF (filgrastim) for the treatment of chemotherapy induced neutropenia (infection risk) and ZP-EPO for the treatment of anemia associated with chronic kidney disease.
announced today that it has closed enrollment of its Phase 2 clinical trial evaluating a parathyroid hormone (hPTH 1-34) transdermal microprojection delivery system to treat post menopausal women with osteoporosis who are at a high risk of bone fracture.
Zosano Pharma, previously named The Macroflux Corporation, was founded in October 2006 as a Johnson and Johnson Internal Ventures spin-out from the ALZA Company to progress several product opportunities based on the company's transdermal microprojection delivery system.
Our name change reflects the positive evolutionary steps the company is taking to advance our innovative transdermal microprojection delivery system technology," said M.
The major change is a relatively flat dermal-epidermal junction because of retraction of the epidermal papillae as well as the microprojections of basal cells into the dermis.