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Aegle Therapeutics Corp. Announces Groundbreaking Results in Phase 1/2a Clinical Trial with AGLE-102

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Aegle Therapeutics Corp., a pioneering company in the development of novel extracellular vesicle (EV) therapies, has recently announced the promising 12-week data for the first patient enrolled in a Phase 1/2a clinical trial of AGLE-102™ for treating severe second-degree burns.

This marks a significant milestone in the treatment of rare and severe dermatological conditions, including immuno-dermatological disorders.

Key Highlights of the Clinical Trial:

  1. Rapid Healing and Significant Improvement: The first patient treated with a single topical dose of AGLE-102 within 48 hours of the burn injury achieved 99% epithelialization of the burn wound and a significant reduction in edema within just seven days of treatment. This rapid healing process is a testament to the potential of AGLE-102 in revolutionizing burn treatment.
  2. No Further Treatment Required: Remarkably, subsequent doses of AGLE-102 were not required after the initial application, indicating the potent efficacy of the single dose in treating the burn wound.
  3. Safety and Efficacy: The patient showed no evidence of ischemia reperfusion injury, as measured by Laser Doppler, one week post-treatment, and no evidence of burn conversion was noted. The Patient and Observer Scar Assessment Scale (POSAS) measurements showed significant improvement seven days post-treatment and continued to improve over 12 weeks of follow-up. By day 90, the patient’s POSAS score improved from a score of 40 at baseline to a score of 10 (6 being normal), indicating minimal to no scarring. No safety issues were reported throughout the trial.

About AGLE-102™:

AGLE-102 is an investigational product comprised of extracellular vesicles isolated from allogeneic stem cells using Aegle’s proprietary and patented methods.

The product is a composite of native EVs and their associated complex assemblies of biologic molecules such as proteins, peptides, ligands, and nucleic acids.

These have the potential to induce a wide variety of effects in recipient cells, including reducing inflammation, modulating the immune system, and promoting regenerative healing.

About the Phase 1/2a Clinical Trial:

The phase 1/2a trial, titled “A Pilot Safety Study of Mesenchymal Stem Cell Derived Extracellular Vesicles for the Treatment of Burn Wounds,” is a prospective, single-arm multi-center study designed to evaluate the safety and efficacy of applying AGLE-102 to deep second-degree burns. The program aims to discover and develop allogeneic stem cell-derived extracellular vesicle therapy that offers patients reduced inflammation, accelerated regenerative healing with minimal/no scarring, and prevention of burn conversion.

Future Prospects:

In addition to its phase 1/2a study in severe second-degree burns, Aegle’s pipeline includes an anticipated launch of a phase 1/2a study in Q1 2024 evaluating AGLE-102 for the treatment of the rare disease epidermolysis bullosa and a preclinical program for graft vs. host disease. Aegle’s EV therapy holds significant promise in treating a broad range of indications in multiple therapeutic areas in dermatology, including inflammatory disorders and immune-based conditions. The anti-inflammatory and immune modulatory effects of Aegle’s EV therapy also hold significant promise in the treatment of numerous other disorders in therapeutic areas outside of dermatology.

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