Virginia Patent of the Month – December 2023
Purnovate, Inc. is working to unlock the power of adenosine, developing novel drugs that target these adenosine receptors. Adenosine receptors are known to be involved in numerous chronic diseases including asthma and COPD. Purnovate’s approach uses antagonists of these adenosine receptors to treat patients more effectively.
The company has recently patented their cyclic amide-containing pyridyl xanthines – a special formulation that acts specifically as A2B antagonists.
Adenosine is a naturally occurring compound often found in tissues under stress. By binding to the four adenosine receptors (A1R, A2AR, A2BR, A3R), it modulates important functions such as cardiac rhythm, sleep, immune system response, metabolism, angiogenesis, and other cell functions. By targeting only the A2B antagonist, the treatment can avoid unwanted side effects. This achieves greater selectivity than previously attempted treatments.
Purnovate’s adenosine platform is a cornerstone of their company. They intend to continue down this development path, broadening their future drug pipeline efficiently and econmically.
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