Dry Eye Syndrome Therapeutics Pipeline Analysis 2017 - Clinical Trials & Results, Patent, Designation, Collaboration, and Other Developments

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Disease Overview

Dry eye syndrome, also known as dry eye disease, keratitis sicca and keratoconjunctivitis sicca, is a form of ocular surface and tears disease that results in problems in vision, discomfort and tear film instability, causing potential damage to the ocular surface. It can also overlap with other causes of ocular surface disease such as meibomian gland dysfunction and ocular allergy. The ocular surface consists of seven components including the lacrimal and accessory lacrimal apparatus, the tear film, the nasolacrimal drainage system, the bulbar and tarsal conjunctiva, the eyelids, cranial nerve V and cranial nerve VII. Any abnormalities or deficiencies in one of these ocular surface components may worsen the condition of dry eye syndrome in a patient. Dry eye syndrome is categorized into two types which includes dry eye syndrome associated with sjögren syndrome and dry eye syndrome unassociated with sjögren syndrome. Dry eye syndrome can also be sub-divided into pure aqueous deficiency dry eye and evaporative dry eye.

Some of the symptoms associated with dry eye syndrome include hyperemia, ocular irritation, mucoid discharge, excessive tearing, blurred vision, photophobia, ocular dryness and grittiness. Dry eye syndrome can be treated by using lubricating supplements that includes artificial tear substitutes, gels, emulsions, ointments, topical anti-inflammatory agents such as topical cyclosporine, topical corticosteroids, topical or systemic tetracyclines, topical hyaluronic acid, autologous or umbilical cord serum, systemic immunosuppressants and topical or systemic omega-3 fatty acids.

Drug manufacturing companies are constantly in the quest to find better and new treatment strategies with potential targets such as glucocorticoid receptor and tumor necrosis factor-alpha (TNF-a) which can also prove to be effective in dry eye syndrome treatment. Various companies are developing drug candidates using different technologies for development of effective and better drugs, which is driving the growth of the pipeline.

Pipeline Analysis

As of June 2017, the dry eye syndrome pipeline comprises approximately 50 active drug candidates in different stages of development.

Competitive Landscape

Some of the other key players developing drugs for the treatment of dry eye syndrome include Ocular Therapeutix, Inc., LTT Bio-Pharma, HanAll BioPharma Co., Ltd. and others.

Scope for Customization

Customization is offered as per specific business requirements of clients. Illustrative customization within the scope of this report includes:

Market Forecast - Market analysis and forecast for the drug candidates in the latest stage of development
Company Profiles - Wider company coverage in terms of detailed analysis or additional company profiles
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1. Research Background
1.1 Research Objectives
1.2 Definition
1.3 Research Scope
1.4 Key Stakeholders

2. Research Methodology
2.1 Secondary Research
2.2 Primary Research

3. Executive Summary

4. Pipeline Outlook
4.1 Overview
4.2 Key Drivers
4.3 Key Barriers
4.4 Dry Eye Syndrome Pipeline Analysis
4.4.1 Pipeline Analysis By Phase
4.4.2 Pipeline Analysis By Route Of Administration
4.4.3 Pipeline Analysis By Molecule Type
4.4.4 Pipeline Analysis By Company

5. Dry Eye Syndrome Pipeline Analysis By Phase (2017)
5.1 Phase Iii: Drug Profiles
5.1.1 Pre-Clinical Study
5.1.2 Pre-Clinical Results
5.1.3 Clinical Trials
5.1.4 Clinical Results
5.1.5 Strategic Development
5.1.6 Designation
5.1.7 Grants
5.1.8 Patent
5.1.9 Technology
5.2 Phase Ii: Drug Profiles
5.2.1 Pre-Clinical Study
5.2.2 Pre-Clinical Results
5.2.3 Clinical Trials
5.2.4 Clinical Results
5.2.5 Strategic Development
5.2.6 Designation
5.2.7 Grants
5.2.8 Patent
5.2.9 Technology
5.3 Phase I: Drug Profiles
5.3.1 Pre-Clinical Study
5.3.2 Pre-Clinical Results
5.3.3 Clinical Trials
5.3.4 Clinical Results
5.3.5 Strategic Development
5.3.6 Designation
5.3.7 Grants
5.3.8 Patent
5.3.9 Technology
5.4 Pre-Clinical: Drug Profiles
5.4.1 Pre-Clinical Study
5.4.2 Pre-Clinical Results
5.4.3 Strategic Development
5.4.4 Designation
5.4.5 Grants
5.4.6 Patent
5.4.7 Technology
5.5 Discovery: Drug Profiles
5.5.1 Strategic Development
5.5.2 Designation
5.5.3 Grants
5.5.4 Patent
5.5.5 Technology

6 Competitive Landscape
6.1 Key Players Benchmarking For Dry Eye Syndrome Drug Candidates
6.2 Swot Analysis Of Dry Eye Syndrome Pipeline

7 Company Profiles
7.1 Business Overview
7.2 Product And Service Offerings

8 Appendix
8.1 Abbreviations

List Of Tables
Pipeline Analysis Of Dry Eye Syndrome, By Company (2017)
Description Of Phase Iii Drug Candidates
Clinical Trials Of Phase Iii Drug Candidates
Description Of Phase Ii Drug Candidates
Clinical Trials Of Phase Ii Drug Candidates
Description Of Phase I Drug Candidates
Clinical Trials Of Phase I Drug Candidates
Description Of Pre-Clinical Drug Candidates
Description Of Discovery Drug Candidates
Companies- At A Glance

List Of Figures
Research Methodology For Dry Eye Syndrome Therapeutic Pipeline Analysis
Split Of Primary And Secondary Research
Breakdown Of Primary Research Respondents, By Industry Participants
Breakdown Of Primary Research Respondents, By Company Type
Dry Eye Syndrome Drug Candidates In Various Pipeline Phases (2017)
Dry Eye Syndrome Pipeline Split, By Route Of Administration (2017)
Dry Eye Syndrome Pipeline Split, By Molecule Type (2017)
Key Players Benchmarking For Dry Eye Syndrome Drug Candidates
Swot Analysis Of Dry Eye Syndrome Pipeline
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