bicycle therapeutics

Bicycle Therapeutics is a UK biotech developing highly constrained bicyclic peptides (bicycles) as a novel class of therapeutic

 

Bicycles have the affinity and specificity associated with antibodies, but are much smaller in size and can be chemically synthesised. They have been shown to address targets not easily tractable with small molecules (e.g. protein-protein interactions).The company is exploring applications in a number of areas where these advantageous features have the potential to show significant benefit.

 

Bicycle Therapeutics is backed by top-tier VC investors and is seeking to realise the full potential of Bicycle technology by developing an internal pipeline of bicycles into the clinic, as well as allowing partners access to the technology platform through selected R&D collaborations.

Bicycle Therapeutics

news

Press Release 14 October 2014

Bicycle Therapeutics announces £20M ($32M) million financing for drug development More

 

Press Release 5 September 2013 Bicycle Therapeutics and ThromboGenics form an alliance to develop bicycle peptide inhibitors for the treatment of ophthalmic diseases More

 

Press Release 1 June 2013 Bicycle Therapeutics announces expansion of management team with appointments of CSO and Business Development Director More

 

Press Release 10 Dec 2012 Bicycle Therapeutics announces £3.75 million financing for drug discovery More

events

Therapeutic Peptides: Leading, Finding & Optimisation

26-27 January, 2015

Utrecht, Netherlands

Presenting: Christophe Bonny

 

7th Annual Asia TIDES

3-5 March, 2015

Osaka, Japan

Presenting: Christophe Bonny

www.IBCLifeSciences.com

 

2nd Annual Peptides Congress

20-21 April, 2015

London

Presenting: Christophe Bonny

http://www.peptides-congress.com/

 

PEGS Boston

6-7 May, 2015

Boston, USA

Key Note Presentation: Christophe Bonny

www.pegsummit.com/Peptides-Conference/

 

ADC Summit

18-19 May, 2015

London

Presenting: Christophe Bonny

http://www.smi-online.co.uk/pharmaceuticals/uk/adc-summit

 

FMC 2015 Symposium

(Frontiers in Medicinal Chemistry)

14-16 September, 2015

Antwerp, Belgium

Presenting: Christophe Bonny

www.frontiers2015.org