InnoCan Announces Successful Research Study Advancing Its Development of Cannabidiol Targeted Injection Delivery Platform
CALGARY, ALBERTA and TEL AVIV, ISRAEL / ACCESSWIRE / January 13, 2020 / InnoCan Pharma Corporation (“InnoCan” or the “Company”) (INNO:CSE) announced today that test results of its unique cannabidiol (CBD) loaded liposomal platform technology developed under the Company’s previously announced funded research agreement (the “Yissum Agreement”) with Yissum Research and Development Company (“Yissum”), the commercial arm of Hebrew University (Jerusalem) demonstrated high loading of CBD, having the potential of a new way of administration by injection. The technology is the subject of a previously announced provisional patent application.
Development efforts and tests for the CBD loaded liposomes were performed over several months by Prof. Chezy Barenholz, Head of Membrane and Liposome Research Lab, Hebrew University Hadassah Medical School, Jerusalem and head researcher and supervisor under the Yissum Agreement and the following results were achieved:
In the picture: Iris Bincovich CEO, Prof. Barenholz, Ron Mayron Chairman, Yoram Druker VP BD
Prof. Chezy Barenholz, Head of Membrane and Liposome Research Lab, Hebrew University Hadassah Medical School, Jerusalem, Israel said: “This is a significant milestone and creates the basis for the development of therapeutically meaningful New Drugs, based on local injection of CBD, that could have greater efficacy and promote the well-being of patients suffering different ailments”.
Iris Bincovich, InnoCan’s CEO said: “These positive first stage results are a powerful demonstration of the value of our partnership with Hebrew University. Continued test success would provide InnoCan with numerous commercial prospects. We anticipate the complete of the next development stage, within 18 to 24 months.
InnoCan’s project with Yissum is targeted at developing a breakthrough technology platform that enables the delivery of cannabinoids by injection of hydrogel-cannabinoid-loaded (such as CBD) liposomes into the blood stream or to a specific body part. The controlled release of CBD (or other cannabinoids) from the liposomes may allow continuous exposure of the patient to the cannabinoid and decreases the variations of CBD concentration in the blood caused by food intake or other physiological condition. Moreover, through injection of loaded liposomes, a greater portion of intact CBD can reach its target site, decreasing the total amount of CBD needed to achieve the desired therapeutic effect. The use of the technology is versatile and may be tailored to the development of different cannabinoids.
About InnoCan Pharma Corporation
InnoCan brings pharmacological rigour to the burgeoning CBD marketplace. The founders and officers of InnoCan collectively have extensive experience, and commercially successful records in the pharmaceutical and technology sectors in Israel and globally. InnoCan’s business has three distinct operating segments relating to the incorporation in products of CBD in their formulation: (i) research, development, marketing, distribution and sales of InnoCan-branded OTC pharmaceutical products; (ii) research and development of non-pharmaceutical products for third parties in exchange for fees and/or royalties; and (iii) research and development of hydrogels containing liposomes intended for licensing or sale to third party pharmaceutical corporations for manufacturing, distribution and sales. http://innocanpharma.com/.
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