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Receptos and Ono Establish Collaboration with Focus on Bioactive Lipid Discovery Research
Date:12/12/2011

in many disease areas, including CNS, metabolic, cardiovascular, respiratory, urinary and gastrointestinal.

About GPCR Protein Crystal Structure Determination Technology

GPCR receptors are the largest single drug discovery protein family, yet many high-value targets have been intractable to traditional drug discovery techniques. Receptos offers a paradigm-shifting technology that enables, for the first time, structure-based drug design for this important target class. This unique offering delivers novel drug discovery tools along the path to structure determination, including the generation of purified GPCR protein (to allow biophysical ligand screening and therapeutic antibody candidate generation), the identification of novel receptor binding sites such as allosteric sites (to confer improved potency and selectivity profiles to drug candidates), and GPCR structure determination to transform drug discovery. Receptos' proprietary technology platform was exclusively licensed from The Scripps Research Institute and has been further advanced by the company into the disciplines of drug discovery and development.

About Receptos

Receptos is a biopharmaceutical company developing autoimmune therapeutic candidates through information-driven drug discovery, including GPCR structure determination. The company's lead program is a best-in-class S1P1 small molecule agonist candidate for autoimmune indications, including multiple sclerosis and inflammatory bowel disease, which will complete a Phase 1 clinical study in the first quarter of 2012. The S1P1 program is supported by the company's proprietary high resolution protein crystal structure of the S1P1 receptor. Receptos has established partnerships for its GPCR structure determination technology platform with Eli Lilly, Ono and the Ortho-McNeil-Janssen subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson. For more information visit www.receptos.com.

 
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