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NeuroRepair Therapeutics, Inc

Biotechnology & Life Sciences

Neurorepair Inc., in cooperation with researchers at the University of California, Irvine, School of Medicine, has developed what is likely the world’s most advanced technology for repair of neurological damage, an endeavor heretofore generally thought hopeless. Neurorepair has a highly effective, noninvasive, procedure that stimulates a massive proliferation, migration and differentiation of new neural cells that can replace those lost to stroke, injury or disease. Neurorepair is the sole owner of this intellectual property and has two issued patents and other pending patent applications. The company has no outside shareholders or investors, and no debt. It’s research has been privately funded by the founder.

NeuroRepair, Inc. owns two issued patents and other pending patent applications, respecting methods of treatmentsof central nervous system disorders and injuries, including stroke, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson disease, spinal cord injury, retinal disorders, and brain injury from head trauma.

NeuroRepair is currently developing TGFα applications for the treatment of acute and chronic stroke and plans to begin preclinical testing in primates. TGFα is an endogenous 50 amino acid growth factor with no posttranslational modifications. TGFα has been shown to protect against acute neuronal cell death in animal models of stroke. TGFα also induces massive proliferation, migration and differentiation of new neurons in the damaged adult brain. The degree of proliferation and migration is orders of magnitude over any other growth factor or synthetic small molecule.

In the long term, NeuroRepair plans to develop applications respecting the use of TGFα for treatment of central nervous system disorders and injuries, including stroke, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson disease, spinal cord injury, retinal disorders, and brain injury from head trauma.

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2015
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