Harnessing the broad therapeutic applications of AMPK activation

AMPK is a critical modulator of cellular metabolism.​

The enzyme AMP-activated kinase (AMPK) senses when energy levels are low – typically immediately after exercise. Activating AMPK begins the multi-step process that converts sugars and fats into cellular energy (ATP) to give the muscles and organs energy to perform day-to-day activities.

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AMPK signaling decreases with age

Many chronic, aging-related diseases that are caused by a dysfunctional, metabolism caused partially by a decreased activation of AMPK.​​

It's important to re-establish AMPK activation via key signaling pathways that improve cellular metabolism and turn-on key cell maintenance and renewal processes in a monitored and controlled manner.​

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"ATX-304 has the potential to impact multiple aging-related diseases. We look forward to the continued development of ATX-304 to achieve its greatest potential with the experienced and imaginative Cambrian Bio team.”

James Hall, MD, PhD, CEO Amplifier Therapeutics​