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Lpath Awarded NIH SBIR Grant for Lpathomab
Date:9/23/2013

alue of Lpath's innovative approach of neutralizing LPA to treat diabetic neuropathic pain," stated Dr. Rosalia Matteo, associate director at Lpath and the principal investigator on the grant. "With NIH support, we plan to continue generating compelling data and advancing Lpathomab, a compound that could potentially fill the tremendous void that exists in the neuropathic pain market."

About Lpathomab and Lpath's proprietary ImmuneY2™ technology
Lpathomab was generated using Lpath's proprietary ImmuneY2™ technology. This drug-discovery engine provides Lpath with a unique platform from which to generate antibodies against bioactive lipids, opening up an entire new array of drug-discovery possibilities. About 1,000 bioactive members of the lipidome are believed to exist, but the number could be considerably larger as the study of lipidomics continues to expand. Nature Reviews stated that bioactive lipids promise to occupy center-stage in cell-biology research in the twenty first century. No other company or research institution has demonstrated an ability to generate therapeutic-grade monoclonal antibodies against lipids.

About Lpath
San Diego-based Lpath, Inc. (NASDAQ: LPTN), an antibody-platform company, is the category leader in lipidomics-based therapeutics, an emerging field of medicine that targets bioactive signaling lipids for treating a wide range of human disease. Lpath's ImmuneY2™ drug-discovery engine has the unique ability to generate therapeutic antibodies that bind to and inhibit bioactive lipids that contribute to disease. The company has developed three drug candidates, two of which—iSONEP™ for wet AMD and ASONEP™ for cancer—are currently being investigated in Phase 2 trials. The third candidate, Lpathomab™, is an anti-LPA antibody th
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