Domantis Ltd | Date: 2013-02-11
The invention relates to anti-TNFR1 polypeptides and antibody single variable domains (dAbs) that are resistant to degradation by a protease, as well as antagonists comprising these. The polypeptides, dAbs and antagonists are useful for as therapeutics and/or prophylactics that are likely to encounter proteases when administered to a patient, for example for pulmonary administration, oral administration, delivery to the lung and delivery to the GI tract of a patient, as well as for treating inflammatory disease, such as arthritis or COPD.
Domantis Ltd | Date: 2012-10-26
Disclosed are ligands that have binding specificity for vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF), for epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR), or for VEGF and EGFR. Also disclosed are methods of using these ligands. In particular, the use of these ligands for cancer therapy is described.
Domantis Ltd | Date: 2014-02-05
The invention provides a dual-specific ligand comprising a first immunoglobulin variable domain having a first binding specificity and a complementary or non-complementary immunoglobulin variable domain having a second binding specificity.
Lipotek Pty Ltd and DOMANTIS Ltd | Date: 2014-06-20
The present invention relates to a composition for targeting dendritic cells. In particular, the present invention relates to a composition comprising: a) one or more antigens; b) an anti-DC-SIGN immunoglobulin single variable domain; and c) a carrier which carries a) and b). The invention further relates to formulations, compositions and devices comprising such anti-DC-SIGN molecules and their use as a medicament and in the treatment of cancer, suitably melanoma.
Domantis Ltd | Date: 2013-06-18
Disclosed is the use of an agent (e.g., antibody fragment, antagonist, ligand, dAb monomer) that binds a target in pulmonary tissue for the manufacture of a long action or long therapeutic window formulation for local delivery to pulmonary tissue, and methods for administering an agent that binds a target in pulmonary tissue to a subject to produce a long therapeutic window in pulmonary tissue. The formulation is for, and the method comprises, administering locally to pulmonary tissue. Also disclosed is the use of antagonists of TNFR1 for the manufacture of a formulation or medicament for treating, preventing or suppressing lung inflammation or a respiratory disease, and methods of treating such diseases. Also disclosed are the use of agents a for the manufacture of a delivery device (e.g., inhaler, intranasal delivery device) for the treatment or prevention of lung inflammation or a respiratory disease, and a delivery device for the treatment or prevention of lung inflammation or a respiratory disease that contains an agent as described herein.