Salarius Announces Issuance of New Patent for Seclidemstat by European Patent Office
The European patent covers composition of matter and methods of use for seclidemstat, a potent reversible inhibitor of the LSD1 enzyme which is currently the subject of a Phase 1/2 clinical trial for Ewing sarcoma, a rare pediatric bone cancer, and a Phase 1/2 trial in advanced solid tumors (AST). Salarius intends to validate this European patent in several important EU countries, ensuring protection of seclidemstat and other compounds in
“This is an important advancement in our efforts to broaden our global patent estate for seclidemstat,” said
In all, Salarius holds 24 issued patents in the
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