Anatara Research Report 'A Good Gut Feeling' by NDF Research
Anatara Research Report 'A Good Gut Feeling' by NDF Research
Brisbane, Jan 25, 2017 AEST (ABN Newswire) - NDF Research yesterday released its initiation report on Anatara Lifesciences Ltd (ASX:ANR). The report provided a valuation at $2.22 per share base case and $5.94 per share optimistic case using a DCF approach, with a target price of $4.00 per share sitting midpoint of their valuation range.

"Anatara Lifesciences is striking a blow against antibiotic resistance."

A Good Gut Feeling

Anatara Lifesciences is nearing the market with its first product, called Detach, a treatment for production animals such as cattle and pigs designed to reduce gastrointestinal disorders in these animals, thereby increasing meat yield. Anatara filed for Australian approval of Detach in October 2016 and expects to be selling the product commercially to pig farmers in 2017. We see significant upside for Anatara from an option granted last year to the animal health major Zoetis over a worldwide license for Detach's use in production animals.

Anatara has argued that Detach's mechanism of action, which doesn't involve killing pathogens directly, makes the product one potential solution to the emerging problem of antibiotic resistance. Anatara is currently looking at human applications for Detach, where the market opportunity in Inflammatory Bowel Disease and other gastrointestinal diseases in need of new anti-inflammatory approaches is significant. We value Anatara at $2.22 base case and $5.94 optimistic case using a DCF approach. Our target price of $4.00 sits at around the midpoint of our valuation range.

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About Anatara Lifesciences Ltd

Anatara Lifesciences ASX ANRAnatara Lifesciences (ASX:ANR) is developing therapeutics for gastrointestinal diseases in production animals and humans. Its lead product Detach(R) is a natural plant based product that aids in the control of diarrhoea and will help address global concerns around the overuse of antibiotics in production animals that is contributing to the rise of so-called "super bugs" that make infectious diseases harder to treat. The Anatara team has a strong track record in biological science as well as building and growing international biotech companies.



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