Inimex Nets $22M to Advance Innate Defense

June 2008
Bioworld Week;6/9/2008, Vol. 16 Issue 23, p2
The article reports that Inimex Pharmaceuticals Inc. of Vancouver, British Columbia has raised $22 million to advance its portfolio which includes products for combating antibiotic resistance and inflammation. The company is developing a series of non-antibiotic drugs designed to trigger the body's defenses against infection. Furthermore, the company's technology counteracts inflammation, which is the major side effect of other immune-boosting medications.


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