Applied Therapeutics is developing a pipeline of novel products that target molecules and pathways with proven roles in disease biology. By leveraging new FDA guidance for the use of biomarkers as well as established clinical endpoints, this approach can accelerate the time from clinical development to approval and to patients who urgently need treatment.
Lead investigational products AT-001 and AT-007, part of our larger Aldose Reductase Inhibitor (ARI) franchise, are currently in clinical trials. Additional clinical trials in other indications are planned.
Utilizing advanced crystallography, the company has developed a unique understanding of structural changes within the enzyme active site, which has enabled functional design of new compounds to improve binding affinity and specificity. These new compounds have higher Aldose Reductase inhibitory activity and less off-target activity.
† Peripheral T-cell lymphoma, cutaneous T-cell lymphoma and T-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia
1 Full results of pivotal Phase 2 adult ACTION-Galactosemia released in 1H 2020.
2 T-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia, peripheral T-cell lymphoma and cutaneous T-cell lymphoma.
Applied Therapeutics leverages technological advances to target molecules and pathways with proven roles in disease biology. By applying the right science and the right development strategies, the company believes it can accelerate time from clinical development to approval, and into the hands of patients who urgently need treatment. When someone is fighting a fatal or debilitating disease for which no drugs are available, every day counts.
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