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“We look forward to continuing our partnership with Jeff and Aaron as we develop SARM1-targeted treatments for severe neurological diseases.” Published in the Aug.23, 2019 edition of Science, the papers are titled: About Disarm Therapeutics Disarm Therapeutics is a biotechnology company that is creating a new class of disease-modifying therapeutics for patients with axonal degeneration, a central driver of neurological disease-causing disability and disease progression. Louis, and a team of exceptional scientists and drug developers committed to developing a new treatment paradigm for patients with neurological diseases. “SARM1 is a potentially transformative drug target with broad therapeutic applications for patients, and Dr. Di Antonio reinforces the critical NADase function of TIR domains in driving cellular degeneration across species,” said Rajesh Devraj, Ph.Kobe’s research provides critical insights into the structure of SARM1 and the mechanism by which it mediates axonal degeneration,” said Alvin Shih, M. “This work enables Disarm’s efforts to develop drugs for neurological diseases with substantial unmet medical need.” In a concurrent paper also published today in Science, Disarm’s scientific co-founders, Dr. Aaron Di Antonio, report the discovery that the TIR domain is a critical member of an evolutionarily conserved family of NAD-cleaving enzymes, and that this function is essential for innate immune signaling and the cell death response in plants. D., Chief Scientific Officer and co-founder of Disarm Therapeutics.
Commercially available 3-hydroxytyramine hydrochloride (dopamine HCl) was polymerized under aerobic, aqueous conditions using tris(hydroxymethyl)aminomethane (TRIS) as a basic polymerization initiator, affording a darkly colored powder product upon isolation.
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