Infusion, OncoSynergy Partner on Direct Delivery of mAb Therapy for Glioblastoma

07:33 EDT 20 Jun 2017 | Genetic Engineering News

Infuseon Therapeutics and OncoSynergy are teaming up to evaluate the latter’s monoclonal pan-CD29 antibody OS2966, delivered using Infuseon’s Cleveland Multiport Catheter™ (CMC), for the potential treatment of glioblastoma. The firms’ strategic alliance aims to establish proof of concept that OS2966 can be delivered directly to the brain using the CMC, prior to considering a Phase I study for the glioblastoma indication. OncoSynergy is a University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) spin-out founded in 2011 to develop anticancer resistance mechanism inhibitors (RMIs). Lead candidate OS2966 is a first-in-class humanized, deimmunized antibody, which the firm says exhibits multiple mechanisms of action and has demonstrated significant efficacy in multiple models of aggressive and metastatic solid tumor types. OS2966 has been granted orphan drug designation by the FDA for the treatment of glioblastoma and ovarian cancer. OncoSynergy is headquartered at Johnson & Johnson Innovation’s JLABS incubator in South San Francisco. "We ...

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