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Cardium Reports Positive Data From Matrix Phase 2b Study of Excellarate(TM) Topical Gel for Non-Healing Diabetic Foot Ulcers and Plans for Phase 3 Program
Date:10/14/2009

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Excellarate Product Candidate

The Excellarate product candidate is initially being developed to facilitate wound closure in non-healing diabetic foot ulcers. Excellarate is a collagen-based topical gel employing Cardium's Gene Activated Matrix(TM) technology to locally stimulate the release of platelet-derived growth factor-B protein (PDGF-B) and provide a matrix for cell migration, which are believed to be important keys in the human body's wound healing process. The sustained localized release and retention of PDGF-B by a patient's own cells directly at the wound site is believed to stimulate angiogenesis and granulation tissue formation through the recruitment and proliferation of cells such as monocytes, fibroblasts and endothelial cells. These cell types are considered critical for the effective stimulation of a variety of wound healing processes.

The Excellarate product candidate is being designed to provide physicians and patients with a potentially simpler, easy-to-use treatment regimen compared to most diabetic wound healing agents or devices in use that require repeated administrations over a long term (weeks to months). Based on recently announced advancements, Excellarate is also expected be re-formulated as an easy-to-use single syringe that would be pre-mixed and ready to be applied to patients' wounds. The reformulation will allow Excellarate to be maintained in a physician's office using a standard refrigerator (at a temperature of about 4 degrees C) and is expected to have a shelf life of at least 15-18 months.

Gene Activated Matrix Technology Platform

Cardium's proprietary Gene Activated Matrix(TM) technology platform is designed to provide a therapeutic level of protein synthesis at a specific site in the body and can be used in soft tissue such as skin, ligament, tendons and cartilage, as well as in hard tissue such as bone. The technology is distinctive in that it is immobilized gene del
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