2 Product Pipeline MoRphoSyS S produc t pipeline AS of december 31, 2011 program / partner indication discovery preclinic phase 1 phase 2 phase 3 Market MOR103 Rheumatoid arthritis Multiple sclerosis MOR202 Multiple myeloma MOR208 Chronic lymphocytic leukemia Early-stage Programs 6 proprietary programs MorphoSys/Novartis CNTO888/Janssen Biotech Cancer Idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis CNTO1959/Janssen Biotech Psoriasis Novartis not. discl. BHQ880/Novartis Cancer BYM338/Novartis Musculoskeletal Gantenerumab/Roche Alzheimer s disease BAY /Bayer Cancer Boehringer Ingelheim not. discl. CNTO3157/Janssen Biotech Asthma Janssen Biotech Inflammation Novartis Ophthalmology Novartis Inflammation OMP-18R5/Oncomed Cancer OMP-59R5/Oncomed Cancer Pfizer Cancer 24 Partnered Programs 28 Partnered Programs 2 pre-development programs 68 partnered programs
3 Explore... M a n a g e m e n t R e p o r t f i n a n c i a l s t a t E M E n t s As a biopharmaceutical company, MorphoSys is constantly exploring new therapeutic concepts to fight severe diseases, together with partners and on its own account. The way we do this is by developing superior technological solutions to generate antibodies, a central component of the human immune system. This approach has enabled us to build one of the broadest antibody drug pipelines in our industry, with some 70 ongoing programs and 20 candidates in clinical development. Exploring the possibilities of antibodies beyond their therapeutic use is the key task of our AbD Serotec business unit. AbD Serotec is working with some 20 diagnostic customers to establish novel diagnostic tests based on HuCAL antibodies. In 2011, the first HuCAL-based diagnostic product entered the market and MorphoSys expects this trend to continue in the coming years. Driven by pioneers, both scientists and entrepreneurs, with a remarkable exploratory spirit, antibodies have developed from unknown territory to a rich, flourishing hub in the pharmaceutical landscape. MorphoSys is committed to continue discovering new and better ways to generate these molecules and to turn them into successful products. Our Company has introduced a series of innovative antibody technologies, most recently Slonomics, aryla and our novel Ylanthia library. The latter will, we believe, set new standards for antibody generation in our industry over the next decade and beyond. And the exploration continues
4 02 Contents t h e c o m p any 04 management board of morphosys ag 0 5 let ter to the shareholders 08 the morphosys share an t i b o d y Magazine 13 choose the targe t 19 select the antibody 2 2 build research net works 27 evaluate the concept 3 1 develop the compound 3 4 forge alliances G r o u p ManagEMEn t Rep o r t 37 contents group management report 3 9 operations and business environment 59 results of oper ations, financial situation and balance sheet 66 sustainabilit y report 7 2 risks and opportunities 7 7 subsequent events 7 7 outlook and forecast 8 1 corporate governance report
5 Contents 03 M a n a g e m e n t R e p o r t f i n a n c i a l s t a t E M E n t s F i nancial S tat E M E n t s 9 5 contents consolidated financial statements 96 consolidated income statement (ifrs) 97 consolidated statement of comprehensive income (ifrs) 98 consolidated balance sheet (ifrs) 100 consolidated statement of changes in stockholders equit y (ifrs) 102 consolidated statement of cash flows (ifrs) 104 notes 14 2 responsibilit y statement 144 auditor s report A d d i t i o nal inf o rmat i o n 145 supervisory board report 148 supervisory board of morphosys ag 150 senior management group of morphosys ag 152 glossary 154 inde x 155 list of figures and tables 156 imprint L e g e n d cross-ref erence see pag e 8 0 additional information w w w.morphosys.c o m see glossary see pag e 15 2
6 04 T h e C o m p a n y Management Board of MorphoSys AG Jens Holstein Chief Financial Officer Dr. Marl ies Sproll Chief Scientific Officer Dr. Simon E. Moroney Chief Executive Officer Dr. Arndt Schot telius Chief Development Officer
7 Management Board of MorphoSys AG / Letter to the Shareholders 05 Letter to the Shareholders M a n a g e m e n t R e p o r t f i n a n c i a l s t a t E M E n t s In 2011, MorphoSys made exceptional progress in its key business activities. Our pipeline of therapeutic antibodies matured significantly into one of the richest and deepest in the industry. We have made major additions to our technology platform, and introduced a novel and superior antibody library called Ylanthia. Our solid financial performance once again illustrates the advantages of our business model. Three programs, MOR103, MOR202 and MOR208, are currently the key assets in our Proprietary Development segment. Investment in these programs is our top priority, as they provide our best opportunity to generate substantial value for the Company. Across the three programs, we now have five clinical trials ongoing; a considerable expansion from the two studies at the beginning of We continued the active phase 1b/2a trial with our lead candidate MOR103 in rheumatoid arthritis and are on track to report final data this year. The results will form the basis for partnering discussions to secure the subsequent development of the program. Multiple sclerosis became the second indication for the clinical development of MOR103 when we initiated a phase 1b study in December We also started a clinical trial evaluating the subcutaneous administration of MOR103. Both studies, the new indication and the subcutaneous administration option, could substantially increase the program s value for pharmaceutical partners. MOR208, our most advanced proprietary cancer program, is on track to report data from the ongoing phase 1 study in patients with CLL in the second half of the year. And MOR202, our HuCAL antibody for multiple myeloma, entered a phase 1/2a trial in 2011 and thus became our third fully owned antibody in the clinic. Our Partnered Discovery segment continues to mature as more and more programs advance. Two new programs entered the clinic during 2011 and two partnered programs advanced from phase 1 into phase 2 trials. As the pipeline matures, the amount of data from individual programs that is publicly available increases.
8 06 T h e C o m p a n y As a result, investors have more visibility on our pipeline s prospects and its inherent value than ever before. By way of example, our partner Roche published data from the phase 1 trials of the HuCAL antibody gantenerumab. The data clearly illustrates the promise of this novel treatment for the huge unmet medical need that is Alzheimer s disease. With regard to technology, 2011 was a truly remarkable year for MorphoSys. Our success today is based on the company s HuCAL antibody platform and our ability to build productive relationships around it. The full installation of HuCAL at the premises of Novartis in Basel in early 2011 was another significant milestone in the life cycle of this technology. With 19 programs in the clinic at the time of writing, HuCAL is the most successful antibody library technology in the industry. Technology development, however, does not stand still. We believe that with new technology, even better antibody drugs can be developed. This is why we initiated an internal technology program with a dedicated team in 2008 to develop a next-generation antibody platform. The acquisition of Sloning BioTechnology in December 2010 catalyzed this process and paved the way for our novel technology platform, Ylanthia. We expect Ylanthia to set new standards for therapeutic antibody generation over the next decade and beyond. Commercial application will commence in The transformation of our third segment, AbD Serotec, into a business unit increasingly focused on the diagnostic market is ongoing. The first HuCAL-based diagnostic tests entered the market in 2011, with more to come. Additionally, new deals based on our Slonomics platform for protein engineering, such as the agreement with Novozymes in industrial biotechnology, provide an attractive new revenue component in AbD Serotec s sales mix. In 2011, these positive developments compensated somewhat for a difficult market on the research reagent side of AbD s business, where the effects of a challenging economic environment were felt. In 2012, we expect AbD Serotec to increase its penetration of the diagnostic market, and the rollout of a new e-commerce platform to bring improvements in the research reagent business.
9 Letter to the Shareholders 07 M a n a g e m e n t R e p o r t f i n a n c i a l s t a t E M E n t s Investors have more visibility on our pipeline s prospects and its inherent value than ever before. The MorphoSys Group s financial performance was substantially influenced in 2011 by the technology milestone we reached in the Novartis alliance, resulting in a record level of success-based payments of 32.7 million. Total revenues of million represented a strong double-digit growth rate compared to the previous year. Despite a 36 % increase in proprietary R&D investment to approximately 37 million, we recorded an operating profit of 12.2 million. Our balance sheet our cash position increased to million is one of the Company s greatest strengths, especially in the current poor financing environment. This strong cash position makes additional strategic transactions possible, such as the 2010 Sloning acquisition, which has already generated a significant return on investment through four new license agreements. All in all, 2011 was a successful year for MorphoSys and 2012 promises to be even more exciting. We are eagerly awaiting clinical data from our lead program, MOR103. Positive data could provide the basis for a lucrative out-licensing deal. In addition, we await clinical proof of concept data for up to five partnered programs during the course of the year. Our progress would not be possible without the hard work, dedication and creativity of our employees, to whom I am extremely grateful. Thanks also to you, our shareholders, for your continued support. I am sure you will join me in wishing the Company a successful Dr. Simon E. Moroney Chief Executive Officer
10 08 T h e C o m p a n y The MorphoSys Share During the 2011 fiscal year, MorphoSys s stock price showed a 5 % decrease, while the German TecDAX index decreased by 19 %. The NASDAQ biotechnology index rose by 11 % in The Morphosys Share (January 1, 2011 = 100 %) Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec morphosys nasdaq biotechnology index tecdax Key data for the MorphoSys share (as of December 31 of each year) in million (if not stated otherwise) Total Stockholders Equity Number of Shares Issued (Total) 23,112,167 22,890,252 22,660,557 22,478,787 22,160,259 Market Capitalization Closing Price (Xetra) in Average Daily Trading Volume
11 The MorphoSys Share 09 SHAREHOLDER s truc t ure Shareholdings by Investor Type (in %) Geographic Split of Institutional Holdings (in %) Institutional Investors 46.0 UK 11 Retail Investors 22.0 Scandinavia 10 M a n a g e m e n t R e p o r t f i n a n c i a l s t a t E M E n t s Novartis 6.4 Management and Supervisory Boards 1.9 Treasury Stock 0.7 Unidentified Investors 23.0 Switzerland 7 Benelux 6 Germany 4 France 4 Other Countries 2 USA 57 The economic turbulence on the European market put pressure on the share price development of most companies. The performance of MorphoSys s stock was also influenced by the extremely volatile market situation. LIQUIDITY and index MEMBErship The average daily trading volume of MorphoSys s stock increased to 1.8 million per day, compared to an average trading volume of 1.1 million per day in the previous year. MorphoSys further strengthened its position in the TecDAX index, which includes the 30 largest technology stocks on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. At the end of 2011, the Company was able to improve its position based on market capitalization to 14 th place (yearend 2010: rank 16) and its position based on trading volume to 20 th place (year-end 2010: rank 23). STOCKHOLDER base The free float according to Deutsche Börse AG, which is generally taken into account in the weighting of MorphoSys s stock in stock indices, was 88 % of the share capital at year-end Please visit our website for the most recent information on investor relations. see glossary see pag e 15 2 see glossary see pag e 15 2 additional information w w w.morphosys.c o m
12 10 A n t i b o d y M a g a z i n e exploring the of potential Antibodies Successf ul drug devel opmen t t oday i s a complex undertak ing involving dif f eren t organizat ions and companies. I t requires subs tan t ial f inancial inve s t men t. B u t even more so, it requires the creat ivi t y, persistence and long-t erm commi t men t of people read y to explore new avenues in science and medicine. MorphoSys s lead an t ibody program mor103, which is in cl inic al devel opmen t f or Rheumat oid Ar t hri t i s and Mult iple Sclerosis, is a prime example o f t his devel opmen t p r o c e ss.
13 11 m a n a g e m e n t r e p o r t f i n a n c i a l s t a t e m e n t s F orge al l iances Build partnerships to bring the drug to market Devel op t he comp ound Advance the compound into the clinic Eval uat e t he concep t Validate the concept in preclinical studies Buil d re search ne t work s Strengthen the scientific and commercial basis Sel ec t t he an t ibody Screen for antibody candidates choose the target Understand the target biology
14 12 A n t i b o d y M a g a z i n e MorphoSys employees from different departments analyze the target biology of GM-CSF, the basis of the Company s MOR103 program.
15 Choose the target 13 Step 1 choose the target m a n a g e m e n t r e p o r t f i n a n c i a l s t a t e m e n t s An t ibod y drug devel opmen t star t s wi t h que s t ions which sound fairly simple, bu t which are cri t ic al for the lat er success of a d r u g p r o g r a m : W h ich molecul e i n t h e h u m a n b o d y s h o u l d b e ta r g e t e d w i t h a n a n t i b o d y? A n d, h o w w i l l t h i s c h a n g e t h e course of a given disease for the be t t er? MOR103 is a fully human HuCAL antibody directed against the target molecule granulocyte macrophage colony-stimulating factor, or GM-CSF for short. GM-CSF acts as a messenger between different parts of the human immune system. MorphoSys initiated the MOR103 program based on internal target scouting work and the scientific data generated by researchers around the world. GM-CSF was initially described as a growth factor for white blood cells. Professor John Hamilton from the University of Melbourne was the first to suggest that GM-CSF may promote inflammation as it acted on macrophages, a key cell type in chronic inflammation, to produce an enzyme which can damage tissues.
16 14 A n t i b o d y M a g a z i n e We felt that blocking GM-CSF with an antibody could lead to a new treatment option for inflammatory diseases. Professor John Hamilton, University of Melbourne My rather new hypothesis was that GM-CSF could indeed be important in inflammation in an additional way, Professor Hamilton recalls. Macrophages are almost certainly a key producer of inflammatory cytokines such as IL-1 or TNF-alpha. These cytokines in turn seem to stimulate other cells in inflamed tissues to produce GM-CSF, which again acts on macrophages as a survival and activating factor. In the end, what you get is a sort of positive feedback loop worsening the inflammatory condition. We felt that blocking GM-CSF with an antibody could interrupt this vicious cycle, if you like, and lead to a new treatment option for inflammatory diseases. The subsequent research led by Professor Hamilton and Professor Gary Anderson provided direct evidence, using this approach in animal models, that GM-CSF was a central mediator of inflammatory diseases. Consequently, in 2000 the University of Melbourne filed a US patent application covering the use of GM-CSF inhibitors for the treatment of inflammatory disorders. Interestingly, this new interpretation of the molecule s biology has been rather overlooked by the industry, Hamilton concludes. The background information offered a significant development opportunity for MorphoSys, and only a few other companies are pursuing projects against the same target.
17 Choose the target 15 m a n a g e m e n t r e p o r t f i n a n c i a l s t a t e m e n t s It is our prime goal to explore and develop innovative and effective treatment regimes for patients. As a biotech company, you sometimes have to strike a balance between choosing a pathway and target that are validated to some degree, because you can t spend your limited resources on things that represent entirely unknown territory, but where the competitive landscape is still attractive, still manageable, says Dr. Arndt Schottelius, Chief Development Officer of MorphoSys AG. Schottelius joined MorphoSys as Chief Development Officer from Genentech in December 2008, when MOR103 was already moving towards the clinic in rheumatoid arthritis, or RA for short. One of his first tasks at MorphoSys was to carry out a full proprietary portfolio review in order to further strengthen the Company s development focus. When I first looked at the MOR103 program, I was intrigued by the target biology and sound scientific rationale for GM-CSF as a novel and promising approach to tackling inflammation and autoimmune disorders, Schottelius recalls. When I first looked at the mor103 program, I was intrigued by the target biology and sound scientific rationale for GM-CSF as a novel and promising approach to tackling inflammation and autoimmune disorders. Dr. Arndt Schottelius, Chief Development Officer of MorphoSys AG
18 16 A n t i b o d y M a g a z i n e 8 GM-csf MOR103 GM-CSF-Receptor H o w MOR103 i s supposed t o in t erf ere wi t h t he pro-inf l ammatory cy tokine ne t work in RA 1 T cells Support the activation of macrophages by producing cytokines including GM-CSF. 2 GM-CSF Pro-inflammatory cytokine, which supports the recruitment of immune cells from the bone marrow, including neutrophils and macrophages, activates them and acts as a survival factor for these cell types. 3 Macrophages GM-CSF activates macrophages and leads to proliferation of this cell type. Since macrophages produce other pro-inflammatory cytokines, an inflammatory cascade begins. 4 Osteoclasts Osteoclasts are specialized cells that resorb bone material. In RA, these cells are overly activate, resulting in lesions and holes in the bone, which is subsequently infiltrated by cell layers resulting from the aggressive proliferation of synovial fibroblasts. 5 Synovial Fibroblasts The synovial membrane in RA patients is inflamed and consists of multiple layers of synovial fibroblasts, as well as macrophages, which multiply at an abnormal rate. The resulting tissue, called pannus, infiltrates bone and cartilage tissue. As the disease progresses, the aggressive expansion of the pannus is a main reason for the joint becoming deformed. 6 Neutrophils Being a part of the innate immune system, neutrophils main function is to internalize and destroy microorganisms. In RA, they produce and release substances that attack cartilage tissue in the diseased joints. 7 Chondrocytes Under the influence of certain cytokines, chondrocytes switch to degrading the cartilage matrix. 8 MOR103 The MorphoSys antibody MOR103 binds its target molecule GM-CSF, and thus inhibits the activation and proliferation of inflammatory macrophages and neutrophils in the diseased joint. Using this approach several pathogenic processes could be prevented early on.
19 Choose the target 17 m a n a g e m e n t r e p o r t f i n a n c i a l s t a t e m e n t s Joint Cartilage Synovial Membrane Swollen due to influx of inflammatory cells Synovial Fibroblasts These form the inflammatory pannus, which sprawls into the joint, covers the cartilage and infiltrates bone lesions resulting from osteoclasts bone absorbing activity Many types of immune cells accumulate in a diseased joint. The cell types which are activated by the cytokine GM-CSF play a key role in the development of the disease. Along with disease progression, bone and cartilage tissue is increasingly affected.
20 18 A n t i b o d y M a g a z i n e When used as a drug, the high affinity of mor103 is expected to lead to a beneficial dosing regimen and cost of goods advantage. Dr. Stefan Steidl, Director Pharmacology at MorphoSys
21 Select the Antibody 19 Step 2 select the antibody m a n a g e m e n t r e p o r t f i n a n c i a l s t a t e m e n t s Af t er the decision was made to ini t iat e a t herapeu t ic p r o jec t against GM-CSF, the nex t chal l enge for MorphoSys s scien t ists was to iden t if y the best an t ibod y candidat e from i ts proprie tary an t ibod y l ibrary.
22 20 A n t i b o d y M a g a z i n e The MOR103 antibody, like almost all of MorphoSys s pipeline projects today, was sourced from the Company s HuCAL antibody platform. HuCAL, which stands for Human Combinatorial Antibody Library, uses a unique concept to isolate a targetspecific antibody from the entire human antibody repertoire and optimize the molecule for therapeutic applications, if needed. Using our unique optimization routine, we were able to achieve a 5,000-fold increase in binding strength and a 2,000-fold increase in potency compared to the first selected
23 Select the Antibody 21 The MOR103 antibody was isolated from the HuCAL antibody library according to different criteria such as binding strength, specificity, stability and solubility. antibody we got out of the library, says Dr. Stefan Steidl, Director Pharmacology at MorphoSys and one of the Company s scientists who worked on the MOR103 program from the very beginning. This antibody is still one of the best candidates in terms of binding strength we have ever isolated from our library and it represents, to the best of our knowledge, the first anti-gm-csf agent with a subpicomolar affinity for its target, Steidl comments. When used as a drug, the high affinity of MOR103 is expected to lead to a beneficial dosing regimen and cost of goods advantage. m a n a g e m e n t r e p o r t f i n a n c i a l s t a t e m e n t s MOR103 MorphoSys scientists isolate and characterize drug candidates from the Company s antibody library for both its proprietary as well as for partnered programs.
24 22 A n t i b o d y M a g a z i n e Step 3 build research networks Researchers at the Universi t y of Mel bourne have pl ayed a leading rol e in charac t erizing the func t ion of GM-CSF as a cen t ral mediator of inf l ammatory diseases. In 2007, MorphoSys signed an agreemen t wi t h the Universi t y, providing the company wi t h an exclusive l icense for a key pat en t family. While we initiated the project completely on our own, ideas to forge a scientific partnership with the University of Melbourne existed quite early on, says Dr. Marlies Sproll, Chief Scientific Officer of MorphoSys. A key reason for this consideration was a US patent application covering the use of inhibitors of GM-CSF which the University of Melbourne had filed in This patent offered the prospect of market exclusivity in the USA for a company with an anti-gm-csf therapeutic antibody for the treatment of diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis.
25 Build research networks 23 m a n a g e m e n t r e p o r t f i n a n c i a l s t a t e m e n t s The US market is currently by far the largest for RA drugs, with an estimated patient population of more than one million. Dr. Marlies Sproll, Chief Scientific Officer of MorphoSys AG
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27 Build research networks 25 The US market is currently by far the largest for RA drugs, with an estimated patient population of more than one million. We felt that gaining access to such a patent could be a very attractive addition to the MOR103 package, bearing in mind that we would most likely partner it at some stage further down the road, adds Sproll, who also supervises the intellectual property department of the Company. m a n a g e m e n t r e p o r t f i n a n c i a l s t a t e m e n t s In 2006, when this patent application was yet to be granted by the US patent office, MorphoSys approached the University of Melbourne seeking to exclusively license it. A face-to-face meeting was organized in late 2006 between MorphoSys executives and the University s inventors. MorphoSys s plans for the GM-CSF program, the very potent fully human anti-gm-csf antibody with high affinity for its target and the Company s financial strength were key assets in these discussions. Finally, a license agreement was announced in January Signing the license was, however, just the start of this fruitful relationship. Both parties continued to work together closely and the University s patent was successfully granted by the US patent office in late 2008, a significant milestone for the relationship. In July 2009, the parties further expanded their relationship to investigate new therapeutic applications for MorphoSys s MOR103 program. MorphoSys scientists use various in vitro assays to validate drug candidates for subsequent development steps.
28 26 A n t i b o d y M a g a z i n e MorphoSys is able to produce antibody material sufficient for initial studies at its premises in Martinsried near Munich.
29 Evaluate the concept 27 Step 4 evaluate the concept m a n a g e m e n t r e p o r t f i n a n c i a l s t a t e m e n t s Before a drug candidat e can be tested in healt hy volun t eers and pat ien ts, the underly ing hypothesis has to be evaluat ed in prec l inic al studies, which means in lab or at ory assay s and, subsequen t ly, in animal model s. MorphoSys used an established arthritis model in rats to generate the preclinical data for MOR103, which was presented at a scientific conference in late The antibody was administered in a range of concentrations and brought about significant reduction of knee joint swelling and improvement in joint histopathology in a dose-dependent manner. In addition, significantly reduced cytokine levels and white blood cell influx, both typical for RA, were observed in the tissue surrounding the joints.
30 28 A n t i b o d y M a g a z i n e These findings supported our understanding of the target biology of GM-CSF, comments Dr. Ulrich Moebius, Head of Preclinical Development and Project Management at MorphoSys, who joined the Company in When a program has advanced into clinical trials, preclinical development usually continues, and that was no different with MOR103. In the meantime, MorphoSys has generated additional preclinical data in rheumatoid arthritis as well as in multiple sclerosis, which became the second indication the drug is now pursued in. Given the target biology of GM-CSF, it was pretty clear to us that the compound has therapeutic potential in other indications within the inflammatory disease spectrum, Moebius adds. Given the target biology of GM-CSF, it was pretty clear to us that the compound has therapeutic potential in other indications within the inflammatory disease spectrum. Dr. Ulrich Moebius, Head of Preclinical Development and Project Management
31 ma n a g e m e n t r e p o r t 29 normal Neuronal damage asthmatic Myelin Asthma Multiple Sclerosis Osteoarthritis GM-CSF Pain Rheumatoid Arthritis COPD The cytokine GM- CSF plays a central role in the inflammatory immune response cascade. Abnormal functioning of this cascade, and increased GM- CSF levels in particular, have been associated with a number of autoimmune and inflammatory diseases, including severe asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD ), rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis and others. This breadth of activity makes GM- CSF an attractive therapeutic target to treat a variety of inflammatory diseases. financial statements Evaluate the concept
32 30 A n t i b o d y M a g a z i n e MorphoSys has established a strong network of clinical research organizations and clinical investigators to evaluate the MOR103 antibody in patients.
33 Develop the compound 31 Step 5 develop the compound m a n a g e m e n t r e p o r t f i n a n c i a l s t a t e m e n t s F ol l owing precl inical val idat ion, a new drug candidat e has to pass THROUGH three stages of cl inical devel opmen t before marke t approval can be gained. Signif ican t inve stmen t and several years o f devel o p men t are necessar y t o bring a drug to marke t. The clinical development of the compound commenced in 2008 with the start of a phase 1 clinical study in healthy volunteers in the Netherlands. Evaluating a new compound in healthy volunteers first is a common practice in the pharmaceutical industry for anti-inflammatory compounds. Having established a solid safety profile, the program was cleared by regulatory bodies and ethic committees to be evaluated in a subsequent Phase 1b/2a clinical trial in several European countries and in January 2010, the first RA-patient received the MOR103 antibody. While the primary goal is to evaluate the safety of MOR103 in patients, the Company hopes to detect first hints of efficacy as well. With incorporating magnetic resonance imaging, or MRI for short, we are using the most sensitive imaging technique to detect inflammatory changes in the joints, explains Dr. Schottelius. We know that the natural progression of the disease starts with inflammation and swelling of the soft tissue and then spreads to bone and cartilage. Synovitis, the inflammation and swelling of the tissues lining the joints and bone edema, which basically represents an influx of cells and water into the bone, are what we call pre-erosive lesions. These precursors to the actual bone erosions that, typically, occur later at the same locations, can only be seen using MRI and are not detected by X-ray. Another important goal in our development program is to explore accompanying biomarkers for MOR103,
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