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Dec. 15, 2023

Leniolisib: The First PI3K Inhibitor First Approved Outside of Oncology

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Leniolisib is a selective PI3Kδ inhibitor that received approval in March 2023 from the FDA as a first-in-class treatment for activated PI3K-δ syndrome (APDS), a genetic immunodeficiency disorder caused by PI3Kδ activation. The leniolisib discovery program is notable for several reasons: it is a first approval for a PI3K inhibitor outside of oncology; the first approved drug for APDS; has a novel chemotype that appears to avoid safety issues that led to black box warnings seen with other PI3K molecules; and it overcame a polymorph issue with an early lead that led to inconsistent exposures.

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