Harbour Biomed Ltd. has received IND clearance by the FDA to initiate clinical trials in the U.S. with HBM-1022, a monoclonal antibody generated from Harbour's integrated G protein-coupled receptor (GPCR) platform. The antibody can enhance antitumor immunity by depleting CCR8 positive regulatory T cells, activating effector T cells.
Coeptis Therapeutics Holdings Inc. has entered into a sponsored research agreement with the University of Pittsburgh to advance preclinical development of SNAP-CAR T cells targeting HER2, and to explore opportunities to expand the applicability of SNAP-CAR in oncology.
N6-methyladenosine (m6A) is the most common endogenous modification in eukaryotic RNAs. Researchers are starting to understand the impact of changes in m6A levels on cancer mechanisms, including immune evasion.
Deka Biosciences Inc.'s IND application has been cleared by the FDA allowing the company to proceed with a phase I trial of DK-210 (EGFR) in patients with advanced solid cancer overexpressing epidermal growth factor receptors (EGFR).