Promising Proof-of – Concept Data for Lpath’s Ocular Drug Candidate ISONEP PublishedLpath, today announced that the laboratory of Peter Campochiaro, MD at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine recent peer-reviewed results of a study of iSONEP , Lpath’s phase 1 anti – S1P antibody shows promising results in animal models of ocular diseases. – The results of the study appeared online ahead of print in the Journal of Cellular Physiology.
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