Kaleido Biosciences to Highlight its Platform to Identify and Evaluate Microbiome Metabolic Therapies to Reduce Gut Ammonia Production in Presentation at Keystone Symposia on Microbiome
The poster entitled, “Developing a Drug Discovery Platform to Target Gut Microbiota-Associated Ammonia Production,” will be displayed during Poster Session 2 from
Kaleido has built a human-centric proprietary product platform to discover and develop novel Microbiome Metabolic Therapies (MMT™) designed to modulate the metabolic output and profile of the microbiome by driving the function and distribution of the organ’s existing microbes. The poster that will be presented describes the identification of MMTs with the potential to reduce net ammonia production by the gut microbiome and demonstrate improved tolerability over clinical standards of care. Ex vivo screening of microbiome samples from healthy volunteers followed by ex vivo testing of microbiome samples from patients with urea cycle disorders (UCD) and patients with hepatic impairment was effective in identifying KB195 for further development. KB195 was subsequently evaluated in a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, non-Investigational New Drug (non-IND) clinical study in healthy human subjects, and was observed to have a significant reduction in ammonia compared to placebo (as measured by urinary 15N excretion) and to have favorable tolerability.
Kaleido has received IND clearance from the
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Source: Kaleido Biosciences