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Tech Transfer Roundup: Anixa Thinks Cleveland Clinic IP Offers Potential In Triple-Negative Breast Cancer
Anixa obtains cancer vaccine targeted to proteins common in breast cancer from Cleveland Clinic. Arxx licenses Cancer Research UK antibody that targets tumor microenvironment.
Emerging Company Profile: Using IP licensed from Yale, Kleo is betting it can complement or replace existing immuno-oncology drugs, specifically Darzalex. In partnership with PeptiDream, it just unveiled its first candidate for clinical development.
The series A fundraising will help Locana bring CRISPR gene editing to diseases with dysfunctional RNA. Artizan and OncoMyx are among the other firms with recent series A rounds.
The Chinese firm regains all rights to tislelizumab ahead of the closing of Celgene’s merger with Bristol-Myers Squibb. BeiGene also forms cancer JV with US biotech SpringWorks.
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