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Poxel SAS Set up to Find Innovative Solutions for Metabolic Diseases Management
Date:5/28/2009

LYONS, France, May 28 /PRNewswire/ -- Poxel is a research integrated pharmaceutical Company (RIPCO), spun out from Merck Serono a division of Merck KGaA, Germany, following the decision of Merck Serono to no longer invest in diabetes research and development. It aims to advance promising assets for cardio-metabolic diseases (with a primary focus on Type 2 diabetes) from Research to Phase 2 Clinical Proof-of-Concept, before out-licensing these projects to major pharmaceutical companies.

Its pipeline consists only of innovative projects with new mechanisms of action, with a combined activity on glucose metabolism and other cardiovascular risk factors (lipid disorders and obesity) and with an improved safety profile compared to currently available therapies.

Poxel has secured several programs from the Merck Serono pipeline. These include a first-in-class project, Imeglimin -which has already achieved its clinical proof-of-concept for the Type 2 diabetes monotherapy indication- and other projects from the Research until close to clinical development stages.

Poxel's management is composed of a tight and seasoned team of professionals who previously led the Merck Serono diabetes franchise from Research to Clinical & Commercialization. They have a proven track record in the pharmaceutical industry and extensive skills both in project management and technical expertise. The whole management team has an integrated strategic and operational view of the product value chain, from Research to Marketing, covering the complete product life cycle.

Poxel's team will perform and coordinate all work required in the following areas: research, preclinical, clinical and business development, with a strong focus on cardio-metabolic diseases.

A focused and streamlined development of the company assets will ensure a successful out-licensing of those assets.

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