Enalare Therapeutics Inc. is a privately owned clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company dedicated to developing novel therapies for patients suffering from acute respiratory conditions.
February 15th, 2024
Enalare Therapeutics Announces Publication of a Clinical Study Demonstrating the Effect of ENA-001 on Improving Propofol-Induced Depression of the Hypoxic Ventilatory Response
The article entitled “Reversal of Propofol-induced Depression of the Hypoxic Ventilatory Response by BK-channel Blocker ENA-001: A Randomized Controlled Trial” is based on a clinical study conducted under the direction of Albert Dahan, MD, PhD, a renowned global leader in the field of breathing control mechanisms, at the Leiden University Medical Center, the Netherlands.
August 22nd, 2023
Enalare Therapeutics Selected to Present at Three Upcoming Scientific Conferences Regarding Its Lead Compound, ENALARE-001
The company will present posters at PAINWeek and the ASER Annual Congress regarding the company’s lead compound, ENA-001. While at the ASA Annual Meeting, the company’s lead principal investigator, Dr. Albert Dahan, will give an oral presentation, titled “Influence of Bk-channel Blocker ENA-001 on Propofol- induced Depression of the Hypoxic Ventilatory Response.”
March 8th, 2023
Enalare Therapeutics Nominated for Two Citeline Awards in Recognition of Oustanding Clinical Efforts
Enalare is a finalist for the Most Successful Early Phase Research (Preclinical and Phase I) based on its breakthrough clinical study that demonstrates, for the first time, a drug’s ability to reverse the hypoxic effect of propofol. This was achieved with the company’s lead compound, ENA-001, an agnostic respiratory stimulant. Furthermore, Enalare was also named along with its research partner organization, NEMA Research, Inc., as one of only four nominees for Best Clinical Partnership of the year.
October 3rd, 2022
Enalare Therapeutics Receives Orphan Drug Designation From the U.S. FDA on ENA-001 for Apnea of Prematurity (AOP)
Incentives that come with the designation include eligibility for federal grants, orphan drug tax credits, waiver of filing fees, and the potential for a seven-year marketing exclusivity period. The designation does not alter the standard regulatory requirements and process for obtaining marketing approval.
Maarten van Lemmen, B.Sc., Jeffrey Florian, Ph.D., Zhihua Li, Ph.D., Monique van Velzen, Ph.D., Eveline van Dorp, M.D., Ph.D., Marieke Niesters, M.D., Ph.D., Elise Sarton, M.D., Ph.D., Erik Olofsen, Ph.D., Rutger van der Schrier, M.D., David G. Strauss, M.D., Ph.D., Albert Dahan, M.D., Ph.D.
Thomas L. Miller, Ph.D., Lynn M. Raab, MD, Thomas H. Shaffer, MS.E., Ph.D, Alfred Schweikert, Ph.D., RAC, Frank Diana, Ph.D., Prem Fort, MD, Alana S. Frum, LVTg, RVTg, BASVT, Joseph Pergolizzi, Jr., MD, Robert B. Raffa, Ph.D.
Two Studies on Reversal of Opioid-induced Respiratory Depression by BK-channel Blocker GAL021 in Human Volunteers
Margot Roozekrans, M.D., Rutger van der Schrier, M.D., Pieter Okkerse, M.D., Justin Hay, Ph.D., James F. McLeod, M.D., Albert Dahan, M.D., Ph.D
Joseph F. Cotten, M.D., Ph.D.
Francis J. Golder, Matthew M. Hewitt, James F. McLeod
Rutger van der Schier, Margot Roozekrans, Monique van Velzen, Albert Dahan and Marieke Niesters
GAL-021, a new intravenous BKCa-channel blocker, is well tolerated and stimulates ventilation in healthy volunteers
J. F. McLeod, J. M. Leempoels, S. X. Peng, S. L. Dax, L. J. Myers and F. J. Golder
Enalare Corporate Presentation
BARDA Division of Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear (CBRN) Medical Countermeasures Division
Hear from our KOL, Dr. Eugene Vortsman
Northwell Health System Practicing Emergency Medicine Specialist
Hear from our KOL, Dr. TJ Gan
Stony Brook University Professor of and Chair, Department of Anesthesiology
June 18th, 2023
Poster M31 -Novel ‘Agnostic’ Pharmacologic Approach to Polysubstance Overdose
- Are opioid receptor antagonists adequate for “Opioid” overdose in a changing reality?
- History of Respiratory Stimulants
- Commentary: New Complications Make Treatment of “Opioid” Overdose Challenging
- Commentary: “Ockham’s Razor” Doesn’t Apply to “Opioid” Overdose Death
- Prediction of Opioid-Induced Respiratory Depression on Inpatient Wards Using Continuous Capnography and Oximetry: An International Prospective, Observational Trial
- The Polysubstance Overdose-Death Crisis
- Increase in Fatal Drug Overdoses Across the United States Driven by Synthetic Opioids Before and During the COVID-19 Pandemic
- The problem of postoperative respiratory depression