Draupnir Bio is founded on the pillars of outstanding protein and carbohydrate chemistry. Its mission is to understand the molecular basis of how disease-risk proteins interact with carbohydrate structures of the vascular glycocalyx, and use this knowledge to develop therapeutics for life-threatening illnesses. The lead program is a small molecule oral available PCSK9 inhibitor for lowering LDL cholesterol. Its discovery is based on the finding that PCSK9-induced degradation of the LDL receptor requires the interaction of PCSK9 with distinct heparan sulfate structures of the liver glycocalyx. Inhibition of the PCSK9/heparan sulfate interaction protects the LDL receptor and allows it to remove LDL cholesterol from the blood, thereby preventing the progression of ischemic heart disease, the biggest killer worldwide.