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Are Small-Format Drug Conjugates a Viable ADC Alternative Solid Tumors?

Antibody-drug conjugates or ADCs are complex immunoconjugates. They are designed to selectively deliver a small-molecules cytotoxic payload to cancer cells. Directed to specific tumor...

Updates from the 14th International Conference on Malignant Lymphoma (ICML)

Since the inaugurational meeting in 1981, the International Conference on Malignant Lymphoma (ICML), traditionally takes place in Lugano, Switzerland, has become one of the...

Bi-specific Nanobody Strongly Inhibits Proliferation and Survival of Human Endothelial Cells...

Earlier this week positive in vivo proof-of-mechanism data from the half-life extended bi-specific anti-VEGF/Ang2 Nanobody, was presented at the 8th Euro Global Summit on Cancer Therapy, taking...

Challenges and Strategies for the Downstream Processing of BiSpecific Antibodies (BsAbs)

Baeuerle and Raum present an extensive review of BsAbs in their article. [2] BsAbs are most commonly used for cancer immunotherapy where they are targeted to simultaneously bind to a cytotoxic cell as well as a target tumor cell to be destroyed. Targeting two antigens simultaneously can be a promising approach. This paper will include a review of the challenges associated with the manufacturing of BsAbs in mammalian cell cultures, and the strategies that can be implemented to overcome treatment challenges.

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