| Aeglea BioTherapeutics is a holding company. Through its subsidiaries, Co. is a biotechnology company developing human enzyme therapeutics for people with rare metabolic diseases. Co.'s development programs include: Pegzilarginase in Arginase 1 Deficiency, which is a recombinant human Arginase 1 that enzymatically degrades the amino acid arginine and improves the stability and arginine-degrading activity of the enzyme in human plasma; and AGLE-177 in Homocystinuria, which is a PEGylated, or polyethylene glycol modified, human enzyme engineered to degrade free homocysteine and homocystine. Co.'s preclinical pipeline includes cystinuria program to reduce plasma cystine and cysteine levels. The AGLE average annual return since 2016 is shown above.
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