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US FDA grants orphan drug status to Organovo's NovoTissues for liver disease

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration granted Organovo Holdings Inc.'s 3D bioprinted liver treatment, NovoTissues, the orphan drug status.

The treatment is meant to treat the alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency, a type of genetic disorder affecting the liver.

Organovo CEO Taylor Crouch said the company was on track for filing an investigational new drug application for the treatment in 2020 as it continues to conduct safety and dosing investigations in small animal disease models.