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Begley C.G.,TetraLogic Pharmaceuticals
American Society of Clinical Oncology educational book / ASCO. American Society of Clinical Oncology. Meeting | Year: 2013

Unfortunately, preclinical research studies frequently suffer from a lack of rigor and robustness that precludes their use as a foundation for a drug-development program. Too often they lack the characteristics that typically are expected in high-quality clinical studies, yet despite that, they are published in top-tier scientific journals. The key attributes that are missing include lack of blinding of investigators, failure to repeat experiments, lack of positive and negative controls, use of nonvalidated reagents, inappropriate use of statistical tests, and data selection (ignoring results that do not fit the hypothesis). Physicians and scientists should view preclinical findings that lack these characteristics with skepticism and should proceed very cautiously in applying such findings to the clinic.

TetraLogic Pharmaceuticals | Date: 2013-11-08

A SMAC mimetic and pharmaceutical compositions thereof and methods of use.

TetraLogic Pharmaceuticals | Date: 2014-07-21

Molecular mimics of Smac are capable of modulating apoptosis through their interaction with cellular IAPs (inhibitor of apoptosis proteins). The mimetics are based on a monomer or dimer of the N-terminal tetrapeptide of IAP-binding proteins, such as Smac/DIABLO, Hid, Grim and Reaper, which interact with a specific surface groove of IAP. Also disclosed are methods of using these peptidomimetics for therapeutic purposes. In various embodiments of the invention the Smac mimetics of the invention are combined with chemotherapeutic agents, including, but not limited to topoisomerase inhibitors, kinase inhibitors, NSAIDs, taxanes and platinum containing compounds use broader language

TetraLogic Pharmaceuticals | Date: 2013-08-01

A combination therapy comprising administration of a Smac mimetic and GM-CSF.

TetraLogic Pharmaceuticals | Date: 2014-04-07

A Smac mimetic therapy wherein the Smac mimetic is selected and developed based at least in part on its poor inhibition of XIAP-dependent processes.

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