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Glenmark Initiates Phase 2 Trial for Crofelemer for Acute Infectious Diarrhea
Date:12/6/2007

molecules. Glenmark has 11 lead molecules at various stages of development in NCE & NBE research. Three of the leads are in Phase 2 whereas eight other leads are into the pre-clinical and discovery stages in the broad areas of inflammation and metabolic disorders.

The Company has generic formulation and API business interests in over 80 countries across the world including the highly regulated markets of USA and Europe. The formulation business spans several product segments such as Dermatology, Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, Gynecology, ENT, Cardiology, Diabetes and Oncology.

Glenmark's first Asthma/COPD molecule, Oglemilast [GRC 3886], was licensed out to Forest Laboratories and Teijin Pharma Limited for the North American and Japanese markets, respectively, in two landmark deals. The Company's second lead GRC 8200, a DPP-IV inhibitor for Type II Diabetes was out-licensed to Merck KGaA, Germany for the North American, European and Japanese markets. A third molecule targeting pain, GRC 6211, undergoing Phase 2 clinical trials in Europe, has recently been out-licensed to Eli Lilly & company.

For further information, please contact:

Ms. Vasudha Jha

General Manager, Corporate Communications

Glenmark Pharmaceuticals Ltd.

Tel: [+91 22] 40189919 | Fax: [+91 22] 40189986

Email: media@glenmarkpharma.com

http://www.glenmarkpharma.com

About Crofelemer

Crofelemer, a proprietary patented agent, is extracted from Croton lechleri, a medicinal plant which can be sustainably harvested from several countries in South America. Crofelemer is in various stages of clinical development for four distinct product indications, one in Phase 3, two in Phase 2 and one in Phase 1.

Crofelemer has been tested in trials involving approximately 1500 patients in double-blind placebo-controlled, mostly published t
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