Mr. Harper has extensive experience forming, advising and operating non-profit organizations as Chief General Counsel with the Las Vegas Police Protective Association and as outside counsel for the many entities delineated herein. He additionally, has done the same in the private sector in forming, advising and operating both private and publicly traded entities. He has formed over twenty public companies, in addition he has ample experience with securities filings.
CEO – John Harper
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EnzymeBioSystems was founded in 2009. Our management philosophy is based in the following principles:
Improving healthcare through research and collaboration to develop medicines to improve lives.
We will deliver products through consistent and innovative ways utilizing evidence based research.
We are committed to serving a diverse population within communities and the world.
Enzymes can be categorized as “enzyme inhibitors” and “enzyme activators.” Enzyme inhibitors are molecules that bind to enzymes and decrease their activity. Since blocking an enzyme’s activity can kill a pathogen or correct a metabolic imbalance, many drugs are enzyme inhibitors. Enzyme activators are molecules that bind to enzymes and increase their activity. These molecules are often involved in the allosteric [defined as having to do with a protein with a structure that is altered reversibly by a small molecule so that its original function is modified] regulation of enzymes in the control of metabolism. Both enzyme inhibitors and enzyme activators are currently used by many pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies in research and development of new drug compounds.
Enzymes also can be used as pharmaceutical products. Enzymes as pharmaceuticals have two important features that distinguish them from all other types of pharmaceutical products. First, enzymes often bind and act on their targets with great affinity and specificity. Second, enzymes are catalytic and convert multiple target molecules to the desired products. These two features make are considered specialized enzymes that can accomplish therapeutic biochemistry in the body that small molecules cannot. These characteristics have resulted in the development of many enzyme drugs for a wide range of disorders, e.g. insulin and interferon.
We plan to deploy our enzyme technologies across diverse markets that represent commercial opportunities in helping us build visibility for EnzymeBioSystems. We plan to work collaboratively with those industrial companies to develop differentiated, high performance enzyme solutions, to better leverage potential commercial opportunities.
We currently have only limited resources and capability to develop, manufacture, market, sell, or distribute specialty enzyme products on a commercial scale. We will determine which specialty enzyme products to pursue independently based on various criteria, including: investment required, estimated time to market, regulatory hurdles, infrastructure requirements, and industry-specific expertise necessary for successful commercialization. At any time, we may modify our strategy and pursue collaborations for the development and commercialization of some specialty enzyme products that we had intended to pursue independently. In order for us to commercialize more specialty enzyme products directly, we plan to establish or obtain through outsourcing arrangements additional capability to develop, manufacture, market, sell, and distribute such products.