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Cylene to Present Advances with Industry's Only Clinical CK2 Inhibitor, CX-4945, at EORTC-NCI-AACR
Date:11/16/2010

SAN DIEGO, Nov. 16, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Cylene Pharmaceuticals, Inc. will present advances in the development of their first-in-class, CK2 inhibitor CX-4945, at the 22nd EORTC-NCI-AACR symposium on Molecular Targets and Cancer Therapeutics, to be held on November 16-19 in Berlin, Germany. CX-4945 is the first and only CK2 inhibitor to have entered clinical trials and represents an exciting new approach for the treatment for many different cancers. Three poster presentations will reveal results from the Phase I clinical trial and highlight the potential of this novel compound for combination anticancer therapies.

"We are delighted to be exhibiting so much fresh science around our flagship compound CX-4945. These scientific disclosures complement our manuscript describing the mechanism of action of CX-4945, recently accepted by the journal Cancer Research. Presentations by Cylene at premier conferences and the publication of our science by peer reviewed journals further validate CK2 as target for anticancer therapy," stated William Rice, PhD, President and CEO of Cylene Pharmaceuticals. "At the EORTC conference we will showcase the latest clinical data from patients treated with CX-4945 and also the discoveries concerning the critical roles that CK2 plays in the DNA Damage Response and EGF-Receptor pathways. These data provide a strong mechanistic rationale for the combination of CX-4945 with many agents that target these same pathways for the treatment of multiple cancers. As a company we aim to fully exploit the potential of CX-4945 in the clinic and ultimately see that it translates to real benefit for those patients and families struggling with cancer."

The presentation schedule is:

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