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Mercury Therapeutics, Inc: Lead Series of Indirect AMPK Activators Licensed to Makoto Life Sciences
Date:3/12/2008

other things, for filing patents to protect the MT-39 series based both on the original work performed at MTI as well as work that will be carried out by Makoto.

Terence S. Russell, Ph.D., President and CEO of Makoto, said: "We are very pleased to have the opportunity to work with Mercury and to apply Makoto's expertise in small molecule target identification to drug discovery in metabolic disease. Type-2 diabetes is a large and growing serious medical condition for which novel therapeutics are increasingly needed."

Neal C. Birnberg, Ph.D., Mercury Therapeutics' President and CEO, said: "By finding a development partner for the MT-39 program while continuing to develop direct AMPK activators in-house, this agreement with Makoto complements Mercury's internal AMPK activator development strategy. Furthermore, by leveraging our AMPK small molecule discovery platform to identify both direct and indirect AMPK activators, this agreement increases the number of potential revenue generating opportunities for our shareholders."

About Mercury Therapeutics, Inc. (http://www.mtipharm.com)

MTI was launched in 2001, and has an exclusive license to a patent from Dartmouth College and St. Vincent's Institute for Biomedical Research in Melbourne, Australia for AMP activated protein kinase (AMPK). In June 2001, MTI launched its R&D operations following execution of a sub-license and collaboration agreement with Aventis to develop AMPK activators to treat Type-2 diabetes and obesity. In June 2004, Aventis was acquired by Sanofi, and the AMPK collaboration with MTI ended. In October, 2004: MTI secured external financing from XL TechGroup, Inc. In Q4 2005, MTI demonstrated its first preclinical proof-of-principle of active compounds in a glucose tolerance test in mice. In Q4 2006, MTI implemented a chemical design and synthesis program which led to the submission of a patent application in February 2008 cla
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