PolyPid Announces Successful Commercial Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) Audit by Israeli Ministry of Health
The audit concluded that PolyPid’s manufacturing facility, process and quality system conform to the requirements of current GMP for medicinal products. This audit is also valid for
“We are pleased to achieve this important milestone which brings us one step closer to the potential commercialization of D-PLEX100 globally,” stated Dikla Czaczkes Akselbrad, PolyPid’s Chief Executive Officer. “We can now produce D-PLEX100 at scale in order to fulfill the expected commercial demand for the product. This successful audit underscores the viability, quality and high standards that
D-PLEX100, PolyPid’s lead product candidate, is designed to provide local prolonged and controlled anti-bacterial activity directly at the surgical site to prevent SSIs. Following the administration of D-PLEX100 into the surgical site, the PLEX (Polymer-Lipid Encapsulation matriX) technology pairs with Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients, enabling a prolonged and continuous release of the broad-spectrum antibiotic doxycycline, resulting in a high local concentration of the drug for a period of 30 days for the prevention of SSIs, with additional potential to prevent SSIs caused by antibiotic-resistant bacteria at the surgical site. D-PLEX100 received Breakthrough Therapy Designation from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for the prevention of SSIs in patients undergoing elective colorectal surgery. D-PLEX100 is currently in Phase 3 SHIELD II trial for the prevention of surgical site infections in patients undergoing open abdominal colorectal surgery with large incisions.
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Source: PolyPid Ltd.