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Putting the liver to work makes quick bispecifics

By Anette Breindl
Senior Science Editor

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

By treating mice with the messenger RNA (mRNA) encoding a bispecific antibody, rather than with the antibody itself, researchers from the German University of Mainz and Biontech AG have eliminated tumors in mice. In a direct comparison, the mRNA worked as well as the protein antibody did, and needed to be administered less often.

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