Biora Therapeutics, Inc. (Nasdaq: BIOR), the biotech company that is reimagining therapeutics, announced topline results from its recently completed study PM-602: A Scintigraphic Study to Evaluate the Localization and Delivery Function of a Drug Delivery System Capsule (DDS) in Subjects with Ulcerative Colitis in a Fasted State.
The study demonstrated that the device was well tolerated, and that the device performed as intended in active ulcerative colitis (UC) patients. In all seven patients, the device accurately identified entry into the colon, triggered release of a liquid payload, and achieved distribution across the entire colon. During the PM-602 study, Biora’s device was ingested orally by seven patients with active ulcerative colitis in a single dosage event. After identification of colon entry, the device released a saline solution payload that included radioisotopes. Serial gamma-scintigraphy images were used to independently determine device localization and payload delivery to the lower gastrointestinal tract. No investigational drug was administered during the study.
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