NormOxys | Date: 2013-11-25
The present invention provides, among other things, phosphorylated and pyrophosphate derivatives of mono-, di- and oligosaccharides, as well as structural derivatives of these compounds. These compounds have a variety of uses including for pharmaceutical applications. Also provided are methods of use in the treatment of disease, including diseases related to oxygen delivery.
NormOxys | Date: 2013-05-17
The present invention provides phosphorylated and pyrophosphate derivatives of polyols, and structural derivatives of these compounds, and provides pharmaceutical compositions comprising the same. The compounds and compositions disclosed herein have various biological activities, including for example, as allosteric effectors of hemoglobin and/or as kinase inhibitors. The present invention further provides methods for therapy in human or mammalian patients, and methods for synthesis of biologically active compounds and their intermediates.
NormOxys | Date: 2013-06-20
The present invention comprises compounds, compositions thereof, and methods capable of delivering modified inositol hexaphospahte (IHP) comprising an internal pyrophosphate ring to the cytoplasm of mammalian cells. In certain embodiments, the present invention relates to compounds, compositions thereof, and methods that enhance the ability of mammalian red blood cells to deliver oxygen, by delivering IHP to the cytoplasm of the red blood cells.
University of Strasbourg and NormOxys | Date: 2013-12-09
The present invention is directed to polyphosphorylated and pyrophosphate derivatives of cyclitols. More particularly, the invention relates to polyphosphorylated and pyrophosphate derivatives of inositols. The invention also relates to compositions of the polyphosphorylated and pyrophosphate derivatives of inositol and other similar, more lipophilic derivatives, and their use as allosteric effectors, cell-signaling molecule analogs, and therapeutic agents.
University of Strasbourg and NormOxys | Date: 2013-07-25
Inositol trisphosphate (ITPP) causes normalization of tumor vasculature and is a particularly effective cancer therapy when a second chemotherapeutic agent is administered following partial vascularization. ITPP also treats, alone or in combination, multi-drug resistant cancers. ITPP can also be used to reduce the amount of a second chemotherapeutic drug required for anticancer activity. In addition, ITPP enhances immune response and treats hyperproliferative disorders.