Current market size is approx. $800M annually and growing
Itch is #1 reason for canine veterinarian visits
have atopic dermatitis, an allergic skin disease
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of dogs seen by dermatologists suffer from from pruritis (itch)
increase in itchy dog veterinarian visits since 2014
KindredBio is pursuing a multi-pronged approach toward atopic dermatitis.
KindredBio reported positive topline results from its pilot field effectiveness study of KIND-016, a fully caninized, high-affinity monoclonal antibody targeting interleukin-31, for the treatment of atopic dermatitis in dogs. We plan to begin a pivotal study in the second half of 2020
We reported positive results from our pilot laboratory study of our interleukin-4R molecule, including evidence of positive efficacy and dose response. A second pilot study to further assess efficacy and dosing is planned for mid-2020.
The company reported positive results from its pilot efficacy study of its canine IL-4/13 SINK molecule in the first quarter of 2020. An initial pilot study for IL-17 has also been completed and the molecule was well-tolerated. Both programs are currently on hold pending further funding or partnering capital.
“Itch associated with Atopic Dermatitis may be caused by either neurogenic, inflammatory and/or behavioral pathomechanisms. I often find that I need to address a combination of pathways to successfully control itch in my atopic patients.”