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The technology developed by HEMARINA has numerous therapeutic applications in human or veterinary health, wherever oxygen may be necessary. Thus, all ischemic pathologies can potentially benefit from developments based on HEMARINA’s technology. Ischemia is characteristic of heart diseases, transient ischemic attacks, strokes, ruptured arteriovenous malformations, and peripheral artery occlusive disease. The heart, kidneys, and the brain are among the organs that are the most sensitive to inadequate blood supply.

One of the most critical therapeutic areas is the emergency care for acute myocardial infarctions or strokes. These pathologies are characterized by acute ischemia (artery blocked by a clot), which causes serious damage to downstream tissues. Moreover, during reperfusion, the sudden blood flow can cause the release of reactive oxygen species (ROS). ROS causes reperfusion injuries which worsens patient prognosis.

Due to its small size (250 times smaller than a red blood cell) and its intrinsic superoxide dismutase activity, the oxygen carrier developed at HEMARINA is a breakthrough therapeutic solution for ischemic areas beyond the clot and protects them from reperfusion injuries.

HEMARINA’s technology is a unique solution for controlling oxygenation and/or protecting cells from ROS generated during reperfusion.

Finally, HEMARINA developped a new application with its technology thanks to the capability of its molecules to catch calcium. They allow to use them for the manufacture of a medicament for treating and/or preventing diseases by inhibition of calcium.


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