Intercytex

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Intercytex
Type Private company
Industry Biotechnology
Founded 2000
Headquarters Manchester, England, UK
Key people

Paul Kemp (CEO/CSO)

num_employees = 10[1]
Products 1 in clinical development
Website www.intercytex.com

Intercytex LTD is a British biopharmaceutical company based in Manchester.

History[edit]

Intercytex was originally founded in 2000 and listed on the Alternative Investment Market in February 2006, as Intercytex Group plc. As a result of the recession and disappointing trial results with another product, Intercytex plc delisted from AIM in 2009 and was forced to sell all of its assets. Intercytex Ltd was purchased by a private concern, Regenerative Solutions Ltd, which is now the holding company. Today Intercytex is funded in part by a series of grants from the North West Development Agency, the UK Government's Technology Strategy Board, the European Union and by an agreement with the US Department of Defence as well as private investment.

Intercytex Ltd is focused on developing and marketing our product ICX-RHY to ensure its potential and benefits can be realised.

In 2011 Intercytex launched its Cell2Therapy service which provides ATMP Translational Services for other companies.

Intercytex can offer contract manufacturing services together with contract QC testing to assist with the development and release of products and GMP compliance of facilities.

Products[edit]

Intercytex's pipeline includes a drug in phase II clinical development, designated in the EU as an ATMP (ICX-RHY). The table below shows other products originally under development by Intecytex plc and subsequently sold during the company's reorganisation in 2009–2010

Drug Phase Action Current Owner
ICX-RHY Phase II clinical trial Epidermolysis Bullosa and scar contracture repair Intercytex Ltd
cyzact failed in Phase III clinical trial, sold Active repair in chronic wounds Healthpoint Biotherapeutics
ICX-TRC Phase II clinical trial, sold Hair regeneration Aderans Research Institute
ICX-SKN Phase I clinical trial, sold Skin graft replacement Healthpoint Biotherapeutics

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