Stock Alert: Durect (DRRX) Down 11.73% in Pre-Market Hours for August 5

Equities Staff  |

Shares of Durect Corp (NASDAQ:DRRX) are on the move in pre-market trading for August 5.

Ahead of the market's open, Durect stock has fallen 11.73% from the previous session’s close.

Durect rose $0.0419 in the last session and looks to continue today.

For technical charts, analysis, and more on Durect visit the company profile.

Pre-market prices and movements as of 08:05:09 est.

About Durect Corp

DURECT is a biopharmaceutical company committed to transforming the treatment of acute organ injury and chronic liver diseases by advancing novel and potentially lifesaving therapies based on its endogenous epigenetic regulator program. DUR-928, the company's lead drug candidate is in clinical development for the potential treatment of alcohol-associated hepatitis (AH) for which FDA has granted a Fast Track Designation, COVID-19 patients with acute liver or kidney injury, and non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH). DURECT's proprietary drug delivery technologies are designed to enable new indications and enhanced attributes for small-molecule and biologic drugs. One late-stage product candidate in this category is POSIMIR® (bupivacaine sustained-release solution), an investigational locally-acting, non-opioid analgesic intended to provide up to three days of continuous pain relief after surgery.

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