FDA Grants Fast Track Designation for Intellipharmaceutics Rexista(TM) Oxycodone XR Incorporating PODRAS(TM) Technology Full Press Release as follows: http://ih.advfn.com/p.php?pid=nmona&article=67015971 Intellipharmaceutics has 8 ANDA Drug Applications Filed with the FDA Intellipharmaceutics has 2 NDA 505(b)product candidates in its development pipeline: NDA Number 1: Rexista™ Oxycodone XR, an abuse-deterrent oxycodone, based on its proprietary nPODDDS™ novel Point Of Divergence Drug Delivery System IPCI ANNUAL INFORMATION FORM - For the Fiscal Year Ended November 30, 2015 Number of IPCI shares outstanding as of August 31, 2016 = 29 million - fully diluted = 37.4 million
and PODRAS™ Paradoxical OverDose Resistance Activating System
NDA Number 2: Regabatin™ Pregabalin XR, extended-release capsules also based on their proprietary nPODDDS and PODRAS tech platforms 1st ANDA approved by the FDA(FocalinXR) in Nov 2013, partnered with Par with the 1st 2 strengths being sold by PAR awaiting FDA approval on rest of their strengths already slated for full commercialization by PAR
2nd ANDA partnered with TEVA awaiting FDA approval(Speculation is that this is a partnership deal on Seroquel)
IPCI's Full Product Pipeline:
If/when fully diluted @ above $3.55 p/s the 8.4 million option, warrants & convertible debt would add $25,849,000 in cash or an average of $3.07 per share
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October 2016 IPCI's Full Pipeline
IPCI Press Releases: IPCI IR contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Analysts Weigh in on IntelliPharmaCeutics International Inc. (IPCI) as Rexista NDA Pathway Shortened
May 22, 2015 7:02 AM EDT by Jason Cohen, Editor in Healthcare • Insights Analysts are weighing in on IntelliPharmaCeutics Intl Inc (USA) (NASDAQ:IPCI), following the news that the FDA has provided the company with guidance regarding its abuse-deterrent Rexista Oxycodone XR IND, importantly communicating that the company will not be required to conduct Phase III studies if bioequivalence to Oxycontin is demonstrated.
Brean Capital analyst Jonathan Aschoff believes that Intellipharmaceutics has already demonstrated bioequivalence in its recent submission to the FDA, where top-line data results from three definitive Phase 1 PK trials all have demonstrated the bioequivalence of Rexista and Oxycontin.
Aschoff wrote, “We estimate that the freedom to forego Phase 3 testing will shave off at least $20 million from the cost of development, as well as about 18-24 months of time. The NDA process should now only cost Intellipharmaceutics about $1-1.5 million. We believe that the FDA was satisfied with the bioequivalence data in the IND and thus what remains to be completed prior to NDA submission primarily involves six-month stability testing comparing bioequivalence before and after the six-month period.”
The analyst rates IntelliPharmaCeutics shares a Buy, with an $8 price target, which implies an upside of 172% from current levels.
Additionally, Maxim Group analyst Jason Kolbert spoke with IPCI management and come with the conclusion that bioequivalence has already been demonstrated, and that the management’s confidence that they can meet all the filing requirements is quite high.
Kolbert noted, “This is good news. It shaves off years from our time line and estimates. We need to review the impact to our model and assumptions, suffice to say skipping pivotal trials is positive. We expect a partner to be announced prior to approval. IPCI’s own, high margin, brand product with IP represents the transition of this company to something more than a technical supplier of XR generics.” IPCI CHART: