Thursday, January 18, 2024
Robert LeBoyer, Senior Vice President, Equity Research Analyst, Biotechnology, Noble Capital Markets, Inc.
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Publication Shows Inflammasome Activity In Triple Negative Breast Cancer. A new study has been published in a peer-reviewed journal, Acta Neuropathologica Communications, showing the role of inflammasomes in the growth of brain metastases in triple-negative breast cancer (TNBC). The study found the components that form inflammasomes were upregulated and activated, starting the pathway for metastatic TNBC tumor cells to proliferate. We see this as an important potential indication for ZyVersa IC 100, a drug that blocks inflammasomes.
ZyVersa Is Developing IC 100 As An Inflammasome Inhibitor. Inflammasomes are protein complexes that assemble from three component proteins. Upon activation by pathogens or cell damage, inflammasomes form and provide signals for inflammation. Inflammasomes also form aggregates that stimulate cytokine release and maintain the inflammation process.
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