Little Neurotrope makes some big claims on another failed Alzheimer’s study, but shares collapse
A low profile, small biotech named Neurotrope $NTRP teased out a pocket of data from a small Phase II Alzheimer’s study which its investigators heralded as ‘positive.’
So why did its stock just plunge 53%?
To get to its “positive” nugget of data, investigators narrowed the field to a subgroup of moderate to severe patients who completed all six low doses of Bryostatin-1, designed to boost synapses in the brain that deteriorate rapidly in the disease, wreaking havoc in the brain.
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