Global Niemann Pick Type C Disease - Competitive Analysis 2019

Global Niemann Pick Type C Disease - Competitive Analysis 2019

Global Niemann Pick Type C Disease - Competitive Analysis 2019

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Published: Jun-2019

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Report ID:UMHE19158

Niemann Pick Type-C Disease (NPC) is a progressive autosomal recessive genetic disorder of lysosome storage due to an inability of the body to transport cholesterol and other fatty substances (lipids) inside of cells. The accumulation of these substances damages the affected areas. It can range from a fatal disorder within the first few months after birth (neonatal period) to a late onset, chronic progressive disorder that remains undiagnosed well into adulthood. It affects both males and females equally. NPC is estimated to occur in 1 in 100,000-120,000 live births.

The onset of symptoms may begin at any age, most commonly in school age children; however, infants, adolescents and adults can all be affected by the disease. With the progression of disease, children may experience developmental delays, challenges with motor skills (e.g. increased clumsiness and abnormal posturing) and difficulty in making vertical eye movements. Dystonia and seizures are common in the patients suffering from NPC.

Split of Therapeutic Products

Several tests are available for the diagnosis of NPC. These tests include biochemical testing, molecular genetic testing, NPC screening using biomarkers among others. No marketed drugs are currently available for NPC in the U.S and only one marketed drug i.e. Miglustat is available in European Union (EU) and Japan. The drug development companies are involved in quest to develop an effective drug and better treatment strategies. There are several companies utilizing their proprietary technologies for the development of effective and better drugs.

The therapeutic pipeline of NPC Disease consists of approximately 9+ products in different stages of development along with single marketed drug. Currently 2+ drugs are in Phase III development and major drugs are in pre-clinical and discovery stage.

Top Company Analysed

Some of the key players include Orphazyme, CTD Holdings, Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals, IntraBio, Perlara, Neurotrope BioScience, Evox Therapeutics, Okklo Life Sciences, Amicus Therapeutics and Johnson & Johnson.

Scope of the study:

  • The report provides the marketed drugs information including its approval details, development activities and details of patent expiry
  • Provides an overview of therapeutic pipeline activity for Niemann Pick Type-C Disease across the complete product development cycle including all clinical and non-clinical stages
  • The report comprises of detailed description of Niemann Pick Type-C Disease therapeutic products with key coverage of developmental activities including licensing & collaboration deals, patents issued, designations, technologies and chemical information
  • Therapeutic assessment of the active pipeline products by stage, product type, molecule type, and route of administration

Reasons to buy:

  • The Niemann Pick Type-C Disease competitive report presents the detailed profile of drugs. The analysis offered in the report is a combination of deep dive secondary research and input from Key Opinion Leader of the industry
  • The report presents a quick review of the current scenario regarding the drug development of the indication at one glance
  • The report covers in-depth analysis of prominent industry peers with a primary focus on company consolidation, designation, technology, agreements and patents regarding the therapy
  • Detailed examination on diagnosis, treatment and guidelines prevailing in the industry
  • Examination of industry attractiveness with the help of approval timelines
  • The study comprehensively covers the market across drugs in different phases of development

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  1 REPORT INTRODUCTION
    1.1 Objective of the Study
    1.2 Secondary Research
    1.3 Scope of the report:
  2 DISEASE OVERVIEW  
    2.1 Introduction  
    2.2 Classification of Niemann-Pick Disease
      2.2.1 Niemann-Pick disease type A
      2.2.2 Niemann-Pick disease type B
      2.2.3 Niemann-Pick disease type C
    2.3 Classification of NPC
    2.4 Signs and Symptoms
    2.5 Causes    
      2.5.1 NPC1 and NPC2 proteins
    2.6 Pathogenesis  
      2.6.1 Molecular Pathogenesis
      2.6.2 NPC1  
      2.6.3 NPC2  
    2.7 Pathophysiology
      2.7.1 Cell Death and Oxidative Damage in NPC
      2.7.2 Increase in Mitochondrial Cholesterol and Dysfunction in NPC Disease
      2.7.3 Peroxisomes Alterations in NPC Disease
      2.7.4 Intracellular Accumulation of Vitamin E in NPC Disease
      2.7.5 Glycosphingolipid Accumulation in NPC Disease
      2.7.6 Other Sources of Reactive Species in Oxidative Damage in NPC
    2.8 Diagnosis    
      2.8.1 Biochemical Testing:
      2.8.2 Molecular Genetic Testing:
      2.8.3 Testing Strategy
      2.8.4 Biomarkers
        2.8.4.1 Oxysterols (cholesterol oxidation products)
        2.8.4.2 Lyso-sphingolipids
        2.8.4.3 Bile acids
      2.8.5 The Filipin test
      2.8.6 Brain imaging
      2.8.7 Differential Diagnosis
        2.8.7.1 Neonatal and infantile presentations
        2.8.7.2 Childhood presentations
        2.8.7.3 Adolescent and adult presentations
    2.9 Diagnosis Algorithm
    2.1 Treatment  
      2.10.1 Symptomatic therapy
      2.10.2 Evaluations Following Initial Diagnosis
      2.10.3 Treatment of Manifestations
      2.10.4 Prevention of Secondary Complications
      2.10.5 Surveillance
      2.10.6 Agents/Circumstances to Avoid
      2.10.7 Evaluation of Relatives at Risk
      2.10.8 Therapies Under Investigation
      2.10.9 Other  
    2.11 Genetic Counselling
    2.12 Treatment Algorithm
  3 PRODUCTS AND COMPANY CONSIDERED
    3.1 Products Under Development by Technology
    3.2 Company Considered in the Study
  4 PRODUCTS UNDER DEVELOPMENT BY DESIGNATION
    4.1 Products Under Development by Designation
  5 MARKETED AND EMERGING PRODUCTS
    5.1 Number of Marketed and Emerging Products
    5.2 Marketed Product
      5.2.1 Zavesca: Johnson & Johnson
        5.2.1.1 Product Description
      5.2.1 Regulatory Milestones
        5.2.1.1 Approval
      5.2.2 Research and Development
        5.2.2.1 Clinical Studies
          5.2.2.1.1 Phase II
          5.2.2.1.2 Results of Analysis
      5.2.3 Product Development Activities
        5.2.3.1 Acquisition
        5.2.3.2 Designation
  6 PIPELINE THERAPEUTICS AT A GLANCE
    6.1 Pipeline Therapeutics at a Glance
  7 COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS
    7.1 Number of Products in NPC
  8 LATE PHASE PRODUCTS (PHASE III)
    8.1 Comparative Analysis
    8.2 Arimoclomol: Orphazyme
      8.2.1 Product Description
      8.2.2 Research and Development
        8.2.2.1 Clinical Studies
          8.2.2.1.1 Phase II/III
          8.2.2.1.2 Results of Analysis
        8.2.2.2 Observational Study
          8.2.2.2.1 Results of Analysis
      8.2.3 Product Development Activities
        8.2.3.1 Agreement
        8.2.3.2 Designation
    8.3 Trappsol Cyclo: CTD Holdings
      8.3.1 Product Description
      8.3.2 Research and Development
        8.3.2.1 Clinical Studies
          8.3.2.1.1 Phase II/III
          8.3.2.1.2 Results of Analysis
      8.3.3 Product Development Activities
        8.3.3.1 Designation
        8.3.3.2 Clinical Trial Application Approval
        8.3.3.3 Compassionate Use
    8.4 Adrabetadex: Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals
      8.4.1 Product Description
      8.4.2 Research and Development
        8.4.2.1 Clinical Studies
          8.4.2.1.1 Phase IIb/III
          8.4.2.1.2 Results of Analysis
      8.4.3 Product Development Activities
        8.4.3.1 FDA Type A Meeting
        8.4.3.2 Agreement
        8.4.3.3 Funding
        8.4.3.4 Designation
        8.4.3.5 Patent
  9 MID PHASE PRODUCTS (PHASE II)
    9.1 Comparative Analysis
    9.2 IB1001: IntraBio  
      9.2.1 Product Description
      9.2.2 Research and Development
        9.2.2.1 Clinical Studies
          9.2.2.1.1 Phase II
      9.2.3 Product Development Activities
        9.2.3.1 Designation
  10 PRE-CLINICAL AND DISCOVERY STAGE PRODUCTS
    10.1 Comparative Analysis
    10.2 Ursodeoxycholic acid: IntraBio
      10.2.1 Product Description
      10.2.2 Research and Development
        10.2.2.1 Observational Study
      10.2.3 Product Development Activities
        10.2.3.1 Designation
    10.3 PERL101: Perlara
      10.3.1 Product Description
      10.3.2 Research and Development
        10.3.2.1 Preclinical Studies
      10.3.3 Product Development Activities
        10.3.3.1 Technology
        10.3.3.2 Collaboration
    10.4 Bryostatin-1: Neurotrope BioScience
      10.4.1 Product Description
        10.4.1.1 Agreement
    10.5 Exosomes: Evox Therapeutics
      10.5.1 Product Description
      10.5.2 Product Development Activities
        10.5.2.1 Funding
        10.5.2.2 Financing
        10.5.2.3 Technology
        10.5.2.4 Patent
    10.6 Gene therapy for NPC: Amicus Therapeutics
      10.6.1 Product Description
      10.6.2 Product Development Activities
        10.6.2.1 Agreement
    10.7 Cyclodextrins: Okklo Life Sciences
      10.7.1 Product Description
      10.7.2 Product Development Activities
        10.7.2.1 Technology
        10.7.2.2 Agreement
  11 THERAPEUTIC ASSESSMENT
    11.1 Assessment by Stage and Product Type
    11.2 Assessment by Route of Administration
    11.3 Assessment by Stage and Route of Administration
    11.4 Assessment by Molecule Type
    11.5 Assessment by Stage and Molecule Type
  12 APPROVAL TIMELINES
    12.1 Approval Timelines for Clinical Products
  13 ANALYST INSIGHTS  

Overview of competitive marketed and pipeline development activities for Niemann Pick Type-C Disease Competitive Analysis of therapeutic drugs is not limited to drug description and development activities but also focuses on clinical and pre-clinical results. It also includes designations, company consolidations & licensing deals, grants, technology and patent details. Therapeutic segmentation of products for Niemann Pick Type-C Disease is done based on phase of development. The report comprises of comparative pipeline therapeutics assessment along with detailed drug profile of marketed products by development stage, product type, molecule type, and administration route across this indication. The report also consists of the approval timelines forecasted for the upcoming pipeline therapies. Additionally, Analyst Insight have also been focused upon to give a summary regarding the current market scenario.

Secondary Research

Detail secondary study was conducted to obtain the Niemann Pick Type-C Disease Competitive Analysis through company internal sources such as annual reports, performance presentations, press releases, inventory records etc., and external sources including trade journals, news & articles, government publications, competitor publications, sector reports, regulatory bodies publications, safety standard organizations, third-party database and other creditable publications.

The secondary research on internal and external sources is being carried out to source qualitative and quantitative information relating to each market.

  • Company websites, annual reports, quarter reports, financial reports, broker reports, investor presentations and SEC filings
  • Industry trade journals and other literature
  • National government documents, statistical databases and market reports
  • News articles, press releases and web-casts specific to the companies operating in the market
  • Several databases for patents and clinical trials

Main objective of the Niemann Pick Type-C Disease - Competitive Analysis 2019

The current competitive marketed and pipeline trends of the Niemann Pick Type-C Disease are pinpointed in the study. Investors can gain strategic insights to base their discretion for investments from the qualitative and quantitative analysis performed in the study. Current and future pipeline trends would determine the overall attractiveness of the market, providing a platform for the industrial participant to exploit the untapped market to benefit as first mover advantage. The quantitative objectives for the report include:

  • Detailed description of the marketed products across this indication
  • An overview of therapeutic pipeline activity for Niemann Pick Type-C Disease across the complete product development cycle including all clinical and non-clinical stages
  • Analyse the detailed profiles of Niemann Pick Type-C Disease therapeutic products with key coverage of developmental activities including licensing & collaboration deals, patents issued, designations, technologies and chemical information
  • Therapeutic assessment of the active pipeline products by stage, product type, molecule type, and route of administration

Overview of competitive marketed and pipeline development activities for Niemann Pick Type-C Disease Competitive Analysis of therapeutic drugs is not limited to drug description and development activities but also focuses on clinical and pre-clinical results. It also includes designations, company consolidations & licensing deals, grants, technology and patent details. Therapeutic segmentation of products for Niemann Pick Type-C Disease is done based on phase of development. The report comprises of comparative pipeline therapeutics assessment along with detailed drug profile of marketed products by development stage, product type, molecule type, and administration route across this indication. The report also consists of the approval timelines forecasted for the upcoming pipeline therapies. Additionally, Analyst Insight have also been focused upon to give a summary regarding the current market scenario.

Secondary Research

Detail secondary study was conducted to obtain the Niemann Pick Type-C Disease Competitive Analysis through company internal sources such as annual reports, performance presentations, press releases, inventory records etc., and external sources including trade journals, news & articles, government publications, competitor publications, sector reports, regulatory bodies publications, safety standard organizations, third-party database and other creditable publications.

The secondary research on internal and external sources is being carried out to source qualitative and quantitative information relating to each market.

  • Company websites, annual reports, quarter reports, financial reports, broker reports, investor presentations and SEC filings
  • Industry trade journals and other literature
  • National government documents, statistical databases and market reports
  • News articles, press releases and web-casts specific to the companies operating in the market
  • Several databases for patents and clinical trials

Main objective of the Niemann Pick Type-C Disease - Competitive Analysis 2019

The current competitive marketed and pipeline trends of the Niemann Pick Type-C Disease are pinpointed in the study. Investors can gain strategic insights to base their discretion for investments from the qualitative and quantitative analysis performed in the study. Current and future pipeline trends would determine the overall attractiveness of the market, providing a platform for the industrial participant to exploit the untapped market to benefit as first mover advantage. The quantitative objectives for the report include:

  • Detailed description of the marketed products across this indication
  • An overview of therapeutic pipeline activity for Niemann Pick Type-C Disease across the complete product development cycle including all clinical and non-clinical stages
  • Analyse the detailed profiles of Niemann Pick Type-C Disease therapeutic products with key coverage of developmental activities including licensing & collaboration deals, patents issued, designations, technologies and chemical information
  • Therapeutic assessment of the active pipeline products by stage, product type, molecule type, and route of administration

Global Niemann Pick Type C Disease - Competitive Analysis 2019