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Sensorion Announces Disappointing Results from SSNHL Drug Trial

The company reports that SENS-401 was “safe and well tolerated, however, it did not meet the primary endpoint of 15 dB, a significant improvement in pure tone audiometry (PTA, dB) in the affected ear from baseline in comparison to placebo at the end of the four-week treatment period.”

Sensorion and Pasteur Institute to Collaborate on Gene Therapy Products

Sensorion announced a letter of intent with Pasteur Institute in Paris to exclusively negotiate a framework agreement to obtain the exclusive licenses to develop and commercialize gene therapy product candidates for restoration, treatment, and prevention of hearing loss disorders. They will collaborate on several lead programs to correct monogenic forms of hereditary hearing loss including, among others, the Usher syndrome type 1 and otoferlin deficiency, according to the announcement.

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Sensorion Announces Publication of Seliforant Phase 1 Study Data

Seliforant (formerly SENS-111) is currently being studied in an ongoing Phase 2 trial for the treatment of acute unilateral vestibulopathy, a debilitating disease of the inner ear. Its maker, Sensorion, has announced the publication of data in the ‘British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology’ from a Phase 1 study evaluating the safety, tolerability, pharmacokinetics of the drug in healthy subjects. More data are expected at the end of 2018.

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Sensorion to Present Data at ANS Annual Meeting, April 20-22

The data being presented by Sensorion include results from a study of SENS-401 in preclinical models, designed to determine how long after hearing loss onset SENS-401 could be administered, and results from a study conducted in collaboration with the University of Connecticut (UConn Health) of a circulating blood biomarker for hearing loss.

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