China’s Innolife Bets On Heart Failure Drug With Novel Mechanism
Beijing-based Innolife claims that its drug candidate INL1 can deliver trace elements directly to damaged cardiac tissue. The targeted approach is aimed at activating HIF-1, a protein crucial for growth and oxygen supply and which can promote tissue repair.
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