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Unibioscreen and Drais Pharmaceuticals Partner to Develop and Commercialize UNBS 5162 for Treatment of Cancer
Date:9/15/2008

de discovered, patented & developed by Unibioscreen. In preclinical studies, UNBS 5162 has shown antitumor activity in several cancer models and is currently in a Phase I trial.

UNBS 5162 is anti-angiogenic in vivo, and has been shown to decrease CXCL chemokine expression in experimental prostate cancers. UNBS 5162 is a pan- antagonist of CXCL chemokines when administered in vitro chronically at 1 M, which is a drug concentration compatible with the doses used in vivo. The mode of action, as assessed by a National Cancer Institute comparative screen, appears to be unique.

In an orthotopic model of human refractory prostate cancer, UNBS 5162 has been demonstrated to function synergistically with the anti-tumor effects of taxol. The drug also increases the therapeutic benefits of radiotherapy.

The Phase I trial is currently being conducted under the supervision of Daniel Von Hoff, M.D. at TGen Clinical Research Services at The Virginia G. Piper Cancer Center at Scottsdale Healthcare, Mayo Clinic Scottsdale and the University of Arizona Cancer Center Tucson.

About Unibioscreen S.A.

Unibioscreen is a specialist oncology drug discovery and development company, working on novel, first-in-class compounds, with two blockbuster- potential drugs candidates starting clinical development.

Unibioscreen's core business is the identification and development of new chemical entities for the targeted treatment of cancer and its metastases. The company's focus is on cytotoxic/cytostatic chemotherapeutics that kill apoptosis-resistant and multidrug resistant cancer cells, and anti-migratory drug candidates that fight metastases. Most of Unibioscreen's drug candidates are derived from molecules observed in natural plants or marine invertebrates. Unibioscreen will continue to develop novel compounds in the clinic.

More information is available on http://www.unibioscreen.com

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