Addex Pharmaceuticals 2010 Financial Results Next Wednesday
Geneva, Switzerland, 18 February 2011 – Allosteric modulation company Addex Pharmaceuticals (SIX:ADXN) will discuss its full-year 2010 financial results and the status of key products in development during a teleconference and webcast for investors, analysts and the media next Wednesday.
Addex Full-Year 2010 Financial Results Conference Call
February 23, 2011
16:00 CET (15:00 GMT/10:00 EST)
To participate, please listen to the webcast or call one of the following telephone numbers. RSVP is not necessary.
Dial-in numbers: +41 91 610 56 00 (Europe)
+44 203 059 58 62 (UK)
+1 866 291 4166 (USA)
The live webcast, slides, webcast replay and transcript, will be available at www.addexpharma.com.
Addex Pharmaceuticals (www.addexpharma.com) discovers and develops allosteric modulators for human health. The company uses its proprietary discovery platform to target cell surface receptors that are recognized as having therapeutic potential for treating diseases of the central nervous system, metabolic disorders or inflammation. Several Phase II clinical trials are expected to start soon for two lead products: ADX48621 and ADX71149. ADX48621 is an mGluR5 negative allosteric modulator (NAM), which will be tested in Parkinson’s disease levodopa-induced dyskinesia (PD-LID) and, separately, non-Parkinsonian patients suffering from dystonia, a movement disorder also observed in PD. The PD-LID clinical trial is supported by a grant from the Michael J Fox Foundation. ADX71149 is an mGluR2 positive allosteric modulator (PAM), which has potential for treatment of schizophrenia, anxiety and other indications. ADX71149 is licensed to Ortho-McNeil-Janssen Pharmaceuticals Inc., a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson. In addition, Merck & Co., Inc. has licensed rights to two preclinical programs: mGluR4 PAM for Parkinson's disease and mGluR5 PAM for schizophrenia. Unpartnered products in preclinical testing include: follicle stimulating hormone receptor (FSHR) NAM, with potential for endometriosis and benign prostatic hyperplasia; mGluR2 NAM for Alzheimer’s disease; and GABA-B receptor PAM with potential for chronic pain. Preclinical diabetes and inflammation discovery programs include GLP1R PAM, IL1R1 NAM, and TNFR1 NAM.
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