Sirona Biochem (TSXV:SBM) is looking forward to securing a licensing deal after a clinical trial for its novel anti-aging compound TFC-1326 showed exceptional results, according to Géraldine Deliencourt-Godefroy, the company’s chief scientific officer.
“We have ongoing discussions with different partners that have shown interest in this compound … we have an event in Boston where we (will) share with other prospects (the) best results in order to find a way to license this compound,” Deliencourt-Godefroy said.
The clinical trial was conducted among 20 volunteers who used the compound in cream form two times a day for three months.
“(The trial) led to amazing results and improved the skin radiance by 25 percent, a decrease of the overall facial sagging by 14 percent, a very strong decrease of both inflammation and oxidation by 54 percent and an increased density of the skin by 37 percent,” said the company executive.
She explained that oxidation in the skin leads to chronic inflammation, which is a major contributor in skin aging. “By reducing the inflammation, we solve part of the dysfunction that occurs within the cells that leads also to a decrease of the skin density. So we can solve all the issues of skin aging.”
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