|Market Cap||Dividend Yield (Annualized)|
|0.14L 0.15 H|
|52 WEEK HIGH LOW|
|0.115L 0.255 H|
|52 W H/L||0.255/0.115|
|NPAT After Abnormal Items||-5.117M|
|Cash and Cash Equivalents||12.264M|
|Price/Gross Cash Flow||-28.12|
|Dividend Yield Excluding Special||0.00%|
|Gross DPS (AUD)||0|
|Gross Dividend Yield (Annualized)||0.00%|
|Net Tangible Asset (NTA)||0.02|
|Net Profit Margin (%)||--|
|Gross Cash Flows Per Share||-0.01|
|Sales Per Share||0.00|
|Book Value Per Share||0.03|
ASX-listed clinical-stage oncology firm Prescient Therapeutics Limited (ASX:PTX) is focused on the development of revolutionary personalised therapies for challenging cancers having unmet medical need. Prescient’s key programs are universal CAR-T and targeted therapies. Both approaches seek to improve patient outcomes and develop new tools for clinicians to combat cancer.
Notably, Prescient Therapeutics is backed by a leading team of global cancer specialists who hold extensive experience in advancing new cancer therapies.
Prescient has a comprehensive product pipeline of personalised cancer treatments for several different cancers:
Source: PTX Website
CAR-T therapies include OmniCAR and Cell Therapy Enhancement Programs
OmniCAR program: Prescient’s universal CAR-T platform, OmniCAR, employs technology that is licensed from the University of Pennsylvania and Oxford University.
PTX’s pioneering OmniCAR program will allow unprecedented control and flexibility over the current generation CAR-T methods.
Interestingly, Prescient has announced three next-generation OmniCAR programs for AML, Her2+ solid tumours and glioblastoma multiforme (GBM). PTX has also entered into a new research agreement with Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre to advance its CAR-T programs.
Cell Therapy Enhancements (CTE): Prescient’s CTE programs are progressing well with initial promising findings. Two CTE programs are underway with Peter MacCallum and Carina Biotech, respectively.
Targeted Therapies - PTX-100 and PTX-200
PTX-100 is a first in class RhoA inhibitor and can block GGT-1 (geranylgeranyl transferase-1), a crucial cancer growth enzyme.
PTX-200, a novel PH domain inhibitor, blocks Akt pathway. Akt plays a vital role in the development of numerous malignancies, including breast and ovarian cancer and leukemia.
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