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MGB Biopharma to Present at Bio-Europe 2013
Date:11/4/2013

GLASGOW, Scotland, November 4, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

MGB Biopharma, a biopharmaceutical company developing truly novel anti-infectives, announces today that CEO Dr Miroslav Ravic will present at  Bio-Europe 2013  in Vienna, Austria (4-6 November). Details of the presentation on 6 November are listed below.  

Dr Ravic will highlight MGB Biopharma's recent rapid progress in developing a truly novel class of anti-infectives. The Company's lead candidate MGB-BP-3 is an antibacterial active against a broad range of multi-resistant Gram-positive pathogens. The Company has completed preclinical development of an oral formulation that is ready to enter the clinic for Clostridium difficile. In addition, MGB Biopharma is developing an intravenous formulation of MGB-BP-3 for hospital acquired Gram-positive infections and this is expected to be IND-ready by the end of 2014.

MGB-based anti-infectives have the potential to deliver significant advantages over current approaches including broad, bactericidal activity against multi-resistant Gram-positive and Gram-negative pathogens. The platform also promises to deliver compounds that are active against certain viruses, fungi and parasites. MGB's anti-infectives are based on its minor groove binder (MGB) technology platform.

Dr Miroslav Ravic, CEO of MGB Biopharma, said: "Antimicrobial resistance is clearly a major global public health concern. Yet, the lack of truly novel agents, even among late stage candidates, means that, as an industry, we are ill equipped to tackle this problem. We believe that MGB's truly novel minor groove binder technology platform, could for the first time in a more than a decade, provide novel agents that offer a real breakthrough in addressing antimicrobial resistance. In parti
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