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Quincy Biosciences seems to be doing quite well on their neuroscience memory drug originally found in jellyfish. I rather doubt they spent anywhere near $700M developing it.
Chemistry is sorely needed by the people doing neuroscience research. The following is a direct quote from the current issue of one of the most prestigious neuroscience journals Neuron [ Neuron vol. 96 pp. 680 – 696 ’17b ] .
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Who would have imagined that you could plow seven hundred million into neuroscience drug discovery and get no return? I mean, other than anyone who’s actually done any neuroscience drug discovery, that is. It’s not that I fault this as a business decision, but the strict business-decision mode would have probably mandated that you flee as quickly as possible from this area before putting money into it in the first place. Memory and cognition have vast unmet medical need, as they say, but as black-box therapeutic areas go they are matte, flat, stealth-bomber black. Dart will be closing as of February, which makes you wonder if will have to be renamed.
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That is what happens, when you do not know what is going on in a very difficult area, started by real estate company registered at Cayman Islands. Dart must be wondering as to why other major companies exited research in the neuroscience area? Or, he does not remember that!
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“Who would have imagined that you could plow seven hundred million into neuroscience drug discovery and get no return? I mean, other than anyone who’s actually done any neuroscience drug discovery, that is.”
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I worked across the bench (as a bachelor thesis student) from Osamu Shimomura in Frank Johnson’s lab at Princeton while the aequorin/GFP discoveries were made (40+ years ago). It makes me so angry that these idiots (Quincy fraudsters) are trying to profit off apoaequorin as a supplement based only on the Ca++ detection as used long ago in mapping neuronal ion flux.
While I worked on bacterial luminescence/carbamate inhibition, I still poured a few columns and watched GFP migrate under a blacklight in the evenings while my reactions were running. Osamu, his wife, and Frank were the epitomes of class acts in science, and it’s a shame Frank died before the 2007 Nobels, or he could have had a share.