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NovaBay and Galderma Enter Into Global Agreement to Develop and Commercialize NovaBay's Novel Aganocide Drugs for Major Dermatological Conditions
Date:3/25/2009

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About Aganocide Compounds

The Aganocide compounds are novel, proprietary, synthetic N-chlorinated antimicrobial molecules specifically designed by NovaBay to mimic the body's natural defense against infection. These compounds may deliver the same or better efficacy as currently used antibiotics without contributing to the growing rise of bacterial resistance. This new class of highly differentiated compounds is ideally suited to meet numerous unmet needs in dermatology and other applications, while currently available therapies do not provide adequate treatment and often cause unwanted side effects. The Aganocide compounds have shown in preclinical trials to date to be highly effective against the bacteria, viruses and fungi associated with a wide range of dermatological and other conditions. They have also been demonstrated to be effective against bacteria in biofilm, which render most antibiotics ineffective. The combined anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties and activity of these compounds make them uniquely able to address the multi-factorial causes of many skin and other disorders. These compounds have a potentially broad therapeutic index providing a high degree of potency, good tolerability and dosing versatility and flexibility.

About Acne

Acne is the most common skin disease that affects people of all races and age-groups, but it is most common in teenagers and young adults. An estimated 80 percent of all people between the ages of 11 and 30 suffer from outbreaks of acne at some point, and some people in their forties and fifties are also affected. There is a clear need for more effective antimicrobial treatments than the currently available antibi
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