MPT Product Development Database

This database includes MPT products that are currently in active development. The database outlines detailed product information and can be searched to display products by desired criteria as selected from the drop-down boxes or by entering a keyword in the search box. Click on the product name to access detailed information on each product. Please note there are other MPT candidates not listed that may move forward pending funding. Click here to learn more about the inclusion criteria and information update methodology.
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MPT Microarray Patch (MAP)

MPT in Development

Development Stage:
Preclinical – Early (Pre1)
Hormonal/Non-Hormonal:
Hormonal
Delivery Route & Method:
Systemic - Microarray Patch
Mechanism of Action:
ARV + Progestin
Developer:
  • PATH
  • Funding:
  • U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID)
  • Active Ingredient:
  • Cabotegravir
  • Norelgestromin
  • Product Indications:
  • HIV
  • Pregnancy
  • Description:
    A MAP [microarray patch] consists of an array of hundreds of drug-loaded micron-scale projections amassed on a baseplate that is applied to the skin like a bandage. Upon application, the MAP projections painlessly penetrate the top layer of skin delivering a depot of  the drug.
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