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Innocoll Receives 'Intends to Grant' Notices from the European Patent Office for Two European Patent Applications Related to Novel Wound Healing, Biosurgery and Drug Delivery Applications of its CollaRx(R) Technology
Date:11/28/2007

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The '648 patent describes a novel, fully biodegradable and resorbable collagen-based material with improved mechanical, physical and functional properties that has application as a wound covering or surgical implant for the purpose of tissue augmentation and repair where mechanical strength is especially desirable. The material may optionally contain drugs and other bioactive substances for local delivery to the site of implantation or tissue defect.

Commenting on receipt of the notices, Dr. Michael Myers, President and CEO said, "The grant of these two patents will both broaden and strengthen the intellectual property covering our core CollaRx platform technology and particularly its applications in wound healing, biosurgery and local drug delivery. Having now secured both European and US patent rights for our advanced wound care product, DermaSIL, we are intent on scaling-up the proprietary manufacturing process and commercializing this product in 2008 through our CollMED Laboratories joint venture in the US and in collaboration with distribution partners in Europe."

About CollaRx(R)

CollaRx is Innocoll's lead technology platform for the site specific, local delivery of a wide variety of drugs with particular emphasis on antibiotics, anesthetics, anti-cancer agents and tissue regeneration proteins and peptides. The CollaRx technology forms the basis of Innocoll's lead product, Gentamicin Surgical Implant, a biodegradable leave-behind implant indicated for the treatment and prevention of surgical site infection in both hard and soft tissue. This product is already approved in 49 countries and is in phase 3 development in the US. Other CollaRx sponge products under clinical development by Innocoll include a CollaRx Bupivacaine Implant for the management of post-operative pain and a topically-applied CollaRx Gentamicin Sponge for the treatment and prevention of diabetic foot infections. Innocoll's CollaRx membrane
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