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Synonyms: example 1 [WO2020051105A1]
Compound class: Synthetic organic
Comment: The chemical structure for this Janus kinase inhibitor was obtained from the WHO's special release of proposed INNs for COVID-related therapeutics that was published in October 2020, with the proposed INN being nezulcitinib. The structure is a match to example 1 as claimed in Theravance's 2020 patent WO2020051105A1. Analysis of Theravance's pipeline webpage and ClinicalTrials.gov suggests that this is likely to be their clinical lead TD-0903, which they identify as a lung-selective JAK inhibitor, since TD-0903 had begun evaluation in COVID-19 patients. At the point of creating this entry (Nov 2020) there had been no formal name>structure disclosure. We will update this as further details become available.
In June 2021, Theravance announced that top-line results from patients with confirmed COVID-19 associated acute lung injury and impaired oxygenation, showed no statistically significant difference between nezulcitinib and placebo groups in terms of primary or secondary outcomes.
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|Summary of Clinical Use|
|We speculate that this compound is TD-0903, which is a JAK kinase inhibitor that can be delivered directly to the lungs in a nebulised form. TD-0903 is being evaluated for reduction/prevention of inflammatory lung damage. It has progressed to Phase 1 clinical trial for idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF; NCT04589260), and Phase 2 for acute lung injury/lung inflammation in patents with COVID-19 (NCT04402866).|