Neuclone Makes Progress With Ustekinumab Trial
Australian Firm Hails Phase I Results For Stelara Rival
Australia’s NeuClone has reported the completion of subject visits in its Phase I trial for a biosimilar ustekinumab rival to Janssen’s Stelara, with favorable results seen ahead of the formal study report that is due in the third quarter of this year.
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China’s Bio-Thera solutions has announced the start of Phase I trials for its ustekinumab biosimilar. The project is one among several potential rivals to Stelara in the works from a host of developers.
Australia’s NeuClone has revealed further details of its pipeline, offering an update that includes a glimpse at two further biosimilar projects that are in active development.
A Phase I study will compare the pharmacokinetics, safety and tolerability of Meiji and Dong-A’s DMB-3115 ustekinumab biosimilar candidate against Janssen’s Stelara reference psoriasis and Crohn’s disease brand.