Biom Pharmaceutical Corporation Secures Key Patents
Biom Pharmaceutical Corporation Secures Key Patents on Humanized Gut Commensal Microbiota production from USPTO for Microbiome Drug Research & Development. Biom Pharmaceutical Corporation today announced a key landmark in their technology platform to develop drug and consumer care products that utilize modulating human microbiome. Human gut flora and its associated gene pool –human microbiome- is a powerful new organ that modulates all aspects of human physiology, health and longevity.
Biom Pharmaceutical has a broad patent portfolio on human microbiome therapeutics space and is proud to announce that USPTO allowed claims in two of their patent applications. This will allow Biom to develop novel therapeutics and protect the technology from infringement Biom Pharmaceutical has already developed and marketed consumer care products using the technology to produce “Humanized Gut Commensal Microbiota”.
Biom’s designer humanized microbiota production and compositions are going to be its key technology asset for developing its drug platform. In vitro studies in cell culture models have already shown promising results using this technology. Biom is conducting key preclinical proof-of-concept experimental studies in animals. Biom Pharmaceutical expects to accelerate the drug candidates using the technology for neural indications specifically for dementia and autism disorders.
“We are excited that USPTO allowed the claims and value the efforts that we bringing on emerging field of microbiome” said Dr. Bobban Subhadra;
“These patents are key value proposition for us as a innovative drug company” he added. Biom Pharmaceutical humanized commensal production platform called “Biomsify” selectively modulates and diversify gut flora composition to produce anti-inflammatory, longevity and senolytic compounds. This technology is currently used on Biom’s 2nd generation probiotic line called Biom Probiotics and Biom Turmeric Bar (www.biomprobiotics.com) healthy and longevity products.