11, June, 2024

Beverly Hills, California. June 11, 2024…Nordicus Partners Corporation (OTCQB: NORD) (“Nordicus” or the “Company”), a financial consulting company specializing in providing Nordic and U.S. life sciences companies with optimal conditions to establish themselves on the U.S. market, and its 95% owned subsidiary, Orocidin A/S (“Orocidin”), announced today new insights into the treatment of periodontitis.

Orocidin’s preclinical product is called QR-01 and has a novel mode of action. It will be the first ever medical treatment of periodontitis reaching the dental market.

The main problem with periodontitis is to treat bacterial infection as well as normalize the immunological function. This concern has highlighted the pressing need for the development of new treatment modalities.

OR-01 is specifically designed to treat the key challenge of treating periodontitis and belongs to a unique class of host defense peptides characterized by functions such as antimicrobial, and immunomodulatory roles.

Orocidin plans to initiate clinical trials for QR-01 starting Q4, 2024.

In addition to antimicrobial activity, QR-01 also participates in the activation of specific immune responses in patients. Apart from antimicrobial activity, QR-01 exerts its protective effects by its antibiofilm activities, a large problem in periodontitis and also drives the progression of the disorder.

The active ingredient is formulated in a specially developed gel formulation that is thermosensitive. This means that it is a water-like formulation at room temperature but becomes solid at mouth temperature. In the solid form it will stay in the mouth cavity for 3-4 days and the dentist can therefore easily administer the product on a bi-weekly basis

Thus, QR-01 is a key product in restraining the progression of periodontitis and treating all symptoms.


About Periodontitis

Periodontitis, a type of gum disease, is severe inflammation of the gums, with symptoms that include red, bleeding or swollen gums. It is also a bacterial infection that starts by inflaming the soft tissues around the teeth. Left untreated, it erodes the bone that supports the teeth, leading to mobility and tooth loss.

It is the main cause of tooth loss and is considered one of the two biggest threats to the oral health. Periodontitis affects more than 47% of adults over the age of 30 in the U.S. That number jumps to around 70% for adults 65 years and over.


About Nordicus Partners Corporation

Nordicus Partners Corporation is a Denmark-based financial consulting company, specializing in providing Nordic and U.S. life sciences companies with the best possible conditions to establish themselves on the U.S. market, taking advantage of management’s combined +90 years of experience in the corporate sector, serving in different capacities both domestically and globally. Nordicus’ 95% owned subsidiary, Orocidin A/S, is a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company which is advancing the next generation of periodontitis therapies. Nordicus’ core competencies lie in assisting Danish as well as other Nordic and international companies in different areas of corporate finance activities, such as: business valuations, growth strategies, attracting capital for businesses and company acquisitions and sales. For more information about Nordicus, please visit: www.nordicuspartners.com


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For further information contact

Mr. Henrik Rouf
Chief Executive Officer
Phone +1 310 666.0750
Email hr@nordicuspartners.com