Rani’s “robotic” pill incorporates a number of innovations, enabling it to navigate through the stomach and enter the small intestine. The RaniPill™ capsule goes through a transformation and aligns itself and injects the drug into the intestinal wall.
Delivered through the highly vascularized intestinal wall.
No sharp pain receptors in the intestine.
Lends itself to high volume manufacturing.
Including therapeutic peptides, proteins, antibodies and nucleotides.
With a built-in sensor, patient compliance and monitoring is easily managed.
More than 275 patents & patent applications, with more in progress.
The RaniPill™capsule moves through the stomach – where acids typically break down drugs – intact and then reaches the intestine where it delivers the drug into the intestinal wall. The highly vascularized intestinal wall allows the drug to be absorbed rapidly.