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Cyclotide patent set for approval in Europe

The European Patent Office (EPO) is expected to approve Cyxone's cyclotide patent application, on which the company is basing its multiple sclerosis development project, at the beginning of next year. This will enable the company to subsequently select the European countries where this application will be validated and local patents can then be issued.

Kontakt
Cyxone AB (publ)
Kjell G. Stenberg, CEO
Tel: 0723-816168
E-post: kjell.g.stenberg@cyxone.com
Adelgatan 21
211 22 Malmö

Om Cyxone
Cyxone AB (publ) är ett biomedicinskt bolag som utvecklar läkemedel baserat på en typ av naturliga växtproteiner, s.k. cyklotider. Cyklotidteknologin har förutsättningar att kunna ge nya läkemedel med fördelaktiga farmakologiska effekter på sjukdomar som idag saknar effektiva och säkra behandlingar. Bolaget fokuserar på utvecklingen av substanser som hämmar nyckelprocesser i kroppens celler som är typiska för olika immunsjukdomar som t ex multipel skleros och ledgångsreumatism. Cyxones Certified Adviser på Nasdaq First North är Erik Penser Bank som nås på telefon 08-4638000.
www.cyxone.com

February 16, 2018
Regulatory

Summary of the Year-end Report

Fourth Quarter (1 October to 31 December 2017)

  • Operating revenue KSEK 0 (21)
  • Income after financial items KSEK -3 231 (-1 301)
  • Earnings per share -0,18 (-0,10)
  • Cash and cash equivalents as of 31 December KSEK 33 357 (21 598)
  • Equity ratio as of 31 December 90,4 (96,9) %

Financial year (1 January to 31 December 2017)

  • Operating revenue KSEK 0 (21)
  • Income after financial items KSEK -8 824 (-4 162)
  • Earnings per share SEK -0,50 (-0,32)
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January 31, 2018

In response to interest from drug companies, Cyxone is to review whether cyclotides are effective against inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). The study was planned by the Medical University of Vienna and is now underway.

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December 11, 2017
Regulatory

Today, December 11, 2017, Cyxone AB (publ.) held an extraordinary general meeting. Below is an overview of the motions decided upon. All motions were taken with the necessary majority of votes.

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November 23, 2017
Regulatory

Shareholders in Cyxone AB (publ.), 559020-5471, are hereby invited to an extraordinary general meeting at Setterwalls Advokatbyrå AB, Stortorget 23, in Malmö, on Monday, December 11, 2017 at 10:00AM.

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November 23, 2017
Regulatory

As previously announced, Cyxone acquired Rabeximod from OxyPharma in June 2017. Rabeximod has undergone Phase 2 trials in patients with moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis in which significant improvements in the condition's symptoms were discovered four weeks after the completion of the formal (12 week) trial period.

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November 06, 2017
Regulatory

Cyxone has analysed the Rabeximod that was previously manufactured by OxyPharma for clinical trials at Syntagon AB. Results show that the existing substance, despite having been stored for several years, can be used in Cyxone's upcoming Phase 2b study in patients with rheumatoid arthritis.

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October 26, 2017
Regulatory

Summary

Period (July 1 to September 30, 2017)

  • Operating revenue KSEK 0 (0)
  • Income after financial items KSEK -1,518 (-1,235)
  • Earnings per share SEK -0,10 (-0,10) Cash and cash equivalents as of September 30 KSEK 25,662 (23,468)
  • Equity ratio as of September 30 95.2% (97.7%)

Period (January 1 to September 30)

  • Operating revenue KSEK 0 (0)
  • Income after financial items KSEK -5,593 (-2,860)
  • Earnings per share SEK -0,36 (-0,22)
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October 26, 2017
Regulatory
In co-operation with Taiwan-based Eurofins Panlabs Discovery Services, Cyxone has investigated whether T20K has the capacity to influence receptors or other cellular functions to shed light on the substance's potential side effects.
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October 13, 2017
Regulatory

In collaboration with the Medical University of Vienna, Cyxone is set to conduct a study into inflammatory bowel disease involving a cyclotide in established animal models. The study will begin early in 2018.

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