DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/g3nqsq/bladder_cancer) has announced the addition of the "Bladder Cancer Drug Pathway Analyzer 2013" report to their offering.
There are today at least 92 targeted molecular therapies known to affect more than 210 specific intracellular signaling pathways for the treatment of bladder cancer. The rational for this plethora of treatment strategies is based on our increasing understanding of the 87 drug targets that are included in this drug-pathway analyzing tool. No less than 86 of these have been recorded with mutations and 21 drug targets have mutations which have been causally implicated in cancer.
- BioCarta # 180 Pathways
- KEGG # 135 Pathways
- NCI-Nature # 210 Pathways
- NetPath # 32 Pathways
- Marketed # 10
- Pre-registration # 1
- Phase III # 4
- Phase II # 46
- Phase I # 26
- Preclinical # 30
- Suspended # 3
- Ceased # 30
The continuous identification of drug targets and pathways that are altered in cancer is not only crucial for our understanding of cancer biology, but also to search for new targets for early diagnosis and improved treatment designs. Consequently, it has never before been as important to rapidly translate systems biology of disease and therapeutics to actionable pipeline decisions to ensure that the optimal market conditions exist by the time a candidate drug is commercialized.
This high-level drug-pathway analyzer lets you interact with the bladder cancer pipeline in a whole different than way than you ever done before. Its capabilities moves you beyond powerful competitive intelligence to an opportunity seeking tool which lets you, by means of both present and emerging scientific knowledge, analyze the bladder cancer pipeline for interesting compounds which affect and/or fit your purposes, may it be benchmarking, in/out-licensing, combination therapy options, drug repositioning, indication expansion.
Reasons To Buy
- Map the competition and find suitable benchmarking/licensing drugs based on specific pathways and drug properties
- Uncover potential indication expansion areas for your drug portfolio
- Reveal repositioning opportunities for your older, shelved drugs
- Evaluate the progression and success of targeting certain pathways by different tumor types
- Investigate drugs which affect crosstalk between key pathways
- Investigate different combination therapy options available to you in various cancer types. Use this tool to look for the most-efficient ways to combine your drug with other targeted agents.
- Find possible adjuvant therapy settings with other drugs.
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