Celator Pharmaceuticals presents data on CPX-351 Liposome Injection and HDPN formulation Celator Pharmaceuticals today announced data from animal studies demonstrating the better bone marrow uptake of CPX-351 Liposome Injection, its business lead clinical-stage program, along with the enhanced circulation kinetics and efficacy of its preclinical hydrophobic docetaxel prodrug nanoparticle formulation were presented at the 101st Annual Conference of the American Association for Malignancy Study in Washington, DC . In the first presentation, researchers reported on the circulation features and anti-tumor activity of HDPN in mice bearing HT-29 human colorectal tumor xenografts bowel disease .
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