LOUISVILLE, CO, USA I September 16, 2015 I AntriaBio, Inc. (“AntriaBio” or the “Company”) (ANTB), a biopharmaceutical corporation developing novel extended release therapies, announced the addition of a new product candidate to its product development pipeline.

As a potential treatment for patients with type 2 diabetes, AB301 is a weekly injectable combination of a pegylated human glucagon-like peptide-1 (GLP-1) agonist and AB101, AntriaBio’s basal insulin lead product candidate. In vitro and in vivo studies completed to date indicate that AB301 has the potential to be a well-tolerated, effective therapy for type 2 diabetes.

“Our extended release platform is extremely versatile, providing us with the flexibility to develop a range of differentiated long-acting injectable therapies, said Sankaram Mantripragada, Ph.D., Chief Scientific Officer of AntriaBio. “I am delighted by the team’s efforts in successfully formulating a weekly GLP-1 agonist and basal insulin combination, which is a significant milestone in the development of insulin therapies.”

“We strongly believe there is a potential advantage of combining a GLP-1 agonist with basal insulin to complement glycemic control while attenuating weight gain and hypoglycemic risk,” said Brian Roberts, M.D., Vice President of Clinical Development of AntriaBio. “The potential for combination of these two important therapies in a convenient weekly injection is particularly exciting. If we are successful in its development, we are hopeful AB301 can one day become another approach for initiating insulin therapy in patients with type 2 diabetes.”

AntriaBio is currently engaged in additional ongoing preclinical studies of AB301.

About AntriaBio, Inc.
AntriaBio is a biopharmaceutical company that develops novel extended release therapies by combining proprietary formulation and manufacturing capabilities with well-known molecules to significantly improve standards of care. AntriaBio’s lead product candidate is AB101, an injectable once-weekly basal insulin for type 1 and type 2 diabetes that addresses a $11 billion market where the current standard of care is a once-daily basal insulin injection. For more information visit: www.antriabio.com.

SOURCE: AntriaBio