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ROCKVILLE, MD, United States

Trophogen, Inc. is a biotechnology company based in Rockville, Maryland.Company was founded in 2001 with Series A funding from Toucan Capital, focusing on the development of human and bovine high affinity glycoprotein hormone and related growth factor superagonist analogs for human infertility and animal superovulation as well as targeted therapy and imaging of thyroid, ovarian, breast, prostate and testicular cancers. Wikipedia.


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Trophogen, Inc. | Date: 2011-07-21

This invention provides superactive analogs of FSH demonstrating enhanced bioactivity both in vitro and in vivo as compared to wild type FSH. In particular, the analogs of the invention demonstrate at least a ten fold increase in potency or at least a ten percent increase in maximal efficacy as compared to wild type protein. The analogs are particularly useful in treating subjects showing low FSH receptor expression or poor FSH receptor responsiveness, and for the treatment of any condition associated with glycoprotein hormone activity.


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Trophogen, Inc. | Date: 2015-06-12

Modified VEGF proteins that inhibit VEGF-mediated activation or proliferation of endothelial cells are disclosed. The analogs may be used to inhibit VEGF-mediated activation of endothelial cells in angiogenesis-associated diseases such as cancer, inflammatory diseases, eye diseases, and skin disorders.


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Trophogen, Inc. | Date: 2013-07-30

This invention provides long-acting, superactive analogs of glycoprotein hormones demonstrating enhanced bioactivity both in vitro and in vivo as compared to wild type counterparts. The analogs are particularly useful for treating subjects showing low receptor expression or poor receptor responsiveness, and for the treatment of any condition associated with glycoprotein hormone activity.


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Trophogen, Inc. | Date: 2014-06-19

This invention provides long-acting, superactive analogs of glycoprotein hormones demonstrating enhanced bioactivity both in vitro and in vivo as compared to wild type counterparts. The analogs are particularly useful for treating subjects showing low receptor expression or poor receptor responsiveness, and for the treatment of any condition associated with glycoprotein hormone activity.


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Trophogen, Inc. | Date: 2014-06-23

Modified VEGF proteins that inhibit VEGF-mediated activation or proliferation of endothelial cells are disclosed. The analogs may be used to inhibit VEGF-mediated activation of endothelial cells in angiogenesis-associated diseases such as cancer, inflammatory diseases, eye diseases, and skin disorders.

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