Antares Pharma Inc was incorporated on February 1979. The Company is a specialty pharmaceutical company. It is engaged in developing and commercializing self-administered parenteral pharmaceutical products and technologies. It develops & manufactures novel, pressure-assisted injectors, with and without needles, which allow patients to self-inject drugs. The Company has developed variations of the needle-free injector by adding a small shielded needle to a pre-filled, single-use disposable injector, called the Vibex pressure assisted auto injection system. This system is an alternative to the needle-free system for use with injectable drugs in unit dose containers and is suitable for branded and generic injectables. It also developed a disposable multi-dose pen injector for use with standard cartridges. The Company developed the Vibex auto injector for its product OTREXUP. The Company has launched OTREXUP injection, subcutaneous methotrexate for once weekly self-administration with an easy-to-use, single dose, disposable auto injector. The Company is conducting clinical studies of Vibex QS T, for testosterone replacement therapy. It is also developing VIBEX Sumatriptan for the acute treatment of migraines. The Company's development projects include VIBEX epinephrine, an exenatide multi-dose pen, and another undisclosed multi-dose pen. The Company also makes a reusable, needle-free, spring-action injector device known as the Tjet and Zomajet, which is marketed for use with human growth hormone. The Company also has a portfolio of gel-based products inclduing Gelnique for the treatment of overactive bladder. The Company sells its proprietary reusable needle-free injectors and related disposable products to pharmaceutical partners and through medical product distributors. The Company's competitors include Pfizer, NovoNordisk, Warner-Chilcott, Novartis, Mylan, Roxane, Bedford Labs, Hospira, and Accord Healthcare. Any potential products discovered, developed and manufactured by the Company must comply with comprehensive regulation by the FDA in the U.S. and by comparable authorities in other countries.