Alloferon is our company’s representative new drug candidate development and it is currently available in the market as an antivirus. Alloferon is a linear peptide with a molecular weight of 1,265 Dalton, which has been derived from the immune substance of infected fruit flies. According to a variety of research activities, it has been proven to increase the Natural Killer Cell activities, induces various selective Cytokine synthesis in the human body, and it is also proven to have a wide-range of antivirus, anti-cancer, anti-inflammatory, and anti-allergenic effects through immune modulating activities. Alloferon is absorbed quickly into the body and remains in the body for an extended period of time to maximize its efficacy. Especially, it is available in the market as a Class 1 new drug substance in the non-toxic medicine category.
Alloferon-Zn is a new substance developed by our research team through proteomics technology for peptide application, which technology has been developed through years of research. Its international patent application has been registered, and preparations for multi-national clinical trials are in progress. Alloferon-Zn is a new substance that induces the vitalization of the human body’s immune system by bonding with various essential minerals required for physiological activation in the body, while retaining the general properties of alloferon.
Fundamental studies on Alloferon-Zn have been completed for treatment of Asthma, Atopic dermatitis, and allergies, for which there is no effective treatment in the current market. Preparations for preclinical studies and clinical trials are in progress for new drug registration in Europe.
Our company in currently in the patent application process for over 10 new drug candidates. Especially, general studies for a new substance called Alloferon-3 is in progress for use as an anti-cancer medicine.
Our company is focusing on the anti-inflammatory property of Alloferon to develop various peptides, which are used as the base material for the development of various cosmetic products.
Alloferon is registered in the International Cosmetics Ingredient Dictionary (ICID) and numerous cosmetic products using Alloferon is under development.