Plex Pharmaceuticals

PRESS RELEASES

 
 

2012-09-10 San Diego: Allan E. Rubenstein, MD and Khatereh Ahmadi, PhD to assume roles in Plex Pharmaceuticals Inc.

2012-02-12 San Diego: Plex Pharmaceuticals and Professor R. Padmanabhan of Georgetown University announce a collaboration to develop inhibitors of Dengue and West Nile virus proteases.

2011-12-07 San Diego: Plex and LD Biopharma Have Agreed to Provide Integrated Discovery Services for structure-based and fragment-based drug discovery.

2010-09-10 San Diego: Plex receives a $279,068 grant award to develop selective and dual-acting HSP90 and TRAP1 inhibitors

2010-06-07 San Diego: Plex receives a $549,882 grant award to develop novel, selective and potent brain-penetrable small molecule cytosolic Hsp90 inhibitors

2010-05-05 San Diego: Plex receives a $201,930 grant award to develop glucose-dependent partial activators of pancreatic glucokinase

Partners and Investors


Plex has successfully secured private funding from investors included above.

Plex Pharmaceuticals, Inc., is a privately held early stage pharmaceutical company focused on the rapid discovery of drug-like small molecules for underserved needs including CNS/Systemic oncology, degenerative CNS disorders, and infectious diseases.

While the majority of funding has been attained through non-dilutive mechanisms, we are actively seeking corporate partnership and private investment to advance our programs toward an ultimate goal of investigational new drug (IND) filing.

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Publications


Calderone R, Sun N, Gay-Andrieu F, Groutas W, Weerawarna P, Prasad S, Alex D, Li D. Antifungal drug discovery: the process and outcomes. Future Microbiol. 2014;9(6):791-805. [Pubmed]

Sridhar G. Prasad, Nicholas, Cosford. Pyrimidine diamine derivatives as inhibitors of cytosolic hsp90 (2013). WO 2013172872 A1[Patent Application]

Lai H, Sridhar Prasad G, Padmanabhan R. Characterization of 8-hydroxyquinoline derivatives containing aminobenzothiazole as inhibitors of dengue virus type 2 protease in vitro. Antiviral Res. 2013 Jan;97(1):74-80. [Pubmed]

G. Sridhar Prasad, Nicholas D.P. Cosford, and Sailen Barik: "Plasmodium Hsp90 as an Antimalarial Target" (2011), in Apicomplexan Parasites, Molecular Approaches toward Targeted Drug Development Drug Discovery in Infectious Diseases (Volume 2), Becker Katja and Selzer Paul M. (Editors). Publisher Wiley-Blackwell.

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