At Lantheus, we are dedicated to the development, manufacture and commercialization of innovative diagnostic imaging agents, targeted therapeutics, and artificial intelligence to find, fight, and follow disease.
1095 (also known as I-131-1095) is a PSMA-targeted iodine-131 labeled small molecule that is designed to deliver a dose of beta radiation directly to prostate cancer cells with minimal impact on the surrounding healthy tissues. We are conducting a phase 2 trial of 1095 in subjects with metastatic castration resistant prostate cancer (mCRPC) in US and Canada.
1404 is a Tc-99m labeled small molecule which binds to PSMA and is used as a SPECT/CT imaging agent to diagnose and detect localized prostate cancer as well as soft tissue and bone metastases. ROTOP has exclusive rights to develop, manufacture and commercialize 1404 in Europe.
PSMA TTC is a thorium-227 labeled PSMA-targeted antibody therapeutic. PSMA TTC is designed to deliver a dose of alpha radiation directly to prostate cancer cells with minimal impact on the surrounding healthy tissues. Bayer AG (“Bayer”) has exclusive worldwide rights to develop and commercialize products using our PSMA antibody platform in combination with Bayer’s alpha-emitting radionuclides. Bayer is conducting a Phase 1 trial of PSMA TTC in subjects with mCRPC and will use PyL to assess PSMA expression levels.
LMI 1195 is a fluorine 18-based PET imaging agent for the norepinephrine pathway. We have designed but not yet commenced two Phase 3 clinical trials for the use of LMI 1195 for the diagnosis and management of neuroendocrine tumors in pediatric and adult populations, respectively. The FDA has granted an Orphan Drug designation for the use of LMI 1195 in the management indication. We have also received notice of eligibility for a rare pediatric disease priority review voucher for a subsequent human drug application so long as LMI 1195 is approved by the FDA for its rare pediatric disease indication. Pursuant to federal legislation passed and signed into law in late 2020, the expiration date of the rare pediatric disease priority voucher program was extended from September 30, 2022 to September 30, 2026.
CarThera will use our microbubbles in combination with SonoCloud®, a proprietary implantable device, in development for the treatment of recurrent glioblastoma (rGBM). Glioblastoma is a lethal and devastating form of brain cancer with median survival of 15 months after diagnosis.1
Insightec will use our microbubbles in connection with its MR-guided Focused Ultrasound (MRgFUS) platform to evaluate treatment of glioblastoma and neurodegenerative conditions. Glioblastoma is the most aggressive malignant primary brain tumor affecting 3.19 Americans patients per one hundred thousand and has a less than 5% five-year survival rate.2
NM-01 is a proprietary radiopharmaceutical biomarker using a camelid single-domain antibody that has demonstrated a high affinity for PD-L1 protein. NM-01 could provide a specific, non-invasive approach to patient assessment, including use in whole-body imaging, or virtual biopsy. NM-01 potentially allows detection of PD-L1 expression in tumors and could be used to evaluate patients before, during, or after treatment with immuno-oncology (I/O) agents in clinical trials. We licensed NM-01 from NanoMab in 2019 and plan to provide NM-01 as a clinical research tool, together with support and analytics, to pharmaceutical companies and the large academic centers conducting clinical research in I/O.
NTI-1309 is an innovative imaging biomarker that targets fibroblast activation protein (FAP), an emerging target with broad potential imaging applicability and use in oncology. We licensed NTI-1309 from Noria in March of 2021. Noria will drive the early clinical development of NTI-1309 and upon completion of the Phase 1 study, NTI-1309 will be integrated into our portfolio of imaging biomarkers and included in our Pharma Services offering.