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Innate Pharma | Date: 2017-01-18

The present invention provides antibodies having improved stability. Included are antibodies that are capable of binding to KIR3DL2 polypeptides. The antibodies are suitable for the treatment of disorders characterized by KIR3DL2 -expressing cells, particularly CD4+ T cells, including malignancies such as Mycosis Fungoides and Sezary Syndrome, and KIR3DL2-expressing autoimmune disorders.


Patent
Innate Pharma | Date: 2017-05-03

Multimeric multispecific proteins formed from dimerization between CH1 and CK domains and that bind two target antigens are provided. The proteins have advantages in production and in the treatment of disease, notably cancer or infectious disease.


Grant
Agency: European Commission | Branch: FP7 | Program: CP-FP | Phase: HEALTH.2013.2.4.1-2 | Award Amount: 7.75M | Year: 2013

Studies have demonstrated the importance of CD73 in the spread of cancer. Overexpressed in numerous cancer types, this enzyme leads to the production of high amounts of extracellular Adenosine, creating an immunosuppressive microenvironment, and contributing to tumor proliferation and dissemination. Neutralizing its activity represents a highly potent and innovative therapy. Following on the recent success of mAbs targeting immune checkpoint (PD1, CTLA4), TumAdoR aims to discover, characterize and produce humanized anti-hCD73 mAbs that will be assessed for their efficacy and safety in relevant mouse preclinical tumor models. It will result in the development of anti-CD73 drug candidates that will strengthen the immune system, stop cancer cell progression and prevent relapse through restoration of immune memory. TumAdoR aims at paving the way to first-in-human clinical trials of potent mAb candidates, and validating a new cancer immunotherapy, suitable for a wide range of cancers. More precisely, TumAdoR will: Reinforce knowledge about CD73 role as an immune checkpoint target Correlate CD73 expression with clinical outcome and validate the tumor patients most likely to benefit from CD73 blockade Discover and develop mAbs neutralizing hCD73 Develop relevant preclinical tumor models to validate the in vivo efficacy and safety of anti-CD73 mAbs candidate(s) Develop and standardize tools to assess CD73 expression, and monitor immune parameters in patients TumAdoR addresses topic 1 by developing antibodies neutralizing CD73, and topic 3 by fighting against immune evasion in tumor host microenvironment. The high-level consortium including 3 SMEs possesses all the scientific and clinical expertises, industrial competences, biological and enzymatic assays, biological and clinical resources, and preclinical models to discover and produce mAbs, and investigate the functions of CD73, and the therapeutic impact of its neutralization.


Patent
Innate Pharma and University of Genoa | Date: 2016-06-01

The present invention relates to methods of treating immune disorders, particularly autoimmune or inflammatory disorders, and methods of producing antibodies and other compounds for use in therapeutic strategies for treating such disorders. Generally, the present methods involve the use of antibodies or other compounds that prevent the stimulation of NKG2A receptors on NK cells, leading to the lysis of dendritic cells that contribute to the pathology of the disorders.


Patent
Novo Nordisk AS and Innate Pharma | Date: 2016-09-28

Compositions comprising anti-KIR antibodies and interleukin-21 and the use of such combinations (as combination compositions or in separate administration protocols) in the treatment of cancers (e.g., lung cancer) are provided.


Patent
Innate Pharma and Paul Scherrer Institute | Date: 2016-07-19

The present application relates to methods for the enzymatic functionalization of immunoglobulins, in particular with drugs. Also disclosed herein are linking reagents, functionalized antibodies, pharmaceutical compositions, and method of treating disease and/or conditions.


Patent
Innate Pharma | Date: 2016-06-23

Multispecific proteins that bind and specifically redirect NK cells to lyse a target cell of interest are provided without non-specific activation of NK cells in absence of target cells. The proteins have utility in the treatment of disease, notably cancer or infectious disease.


Patent
Innate Pharma | Date: 2015-03-23

The present invention relates to agents and methods that are capable of augmenting NK-mediated killing of target cells by reducing inhibitory KIR signalling without reducing the binding of KIR to HLA-C. As described herein, transduction of negative signaling via KIR, upon binding of KIR to its HLA class I ligand, can involve a ligand-binding induced, conformational reorientation of the KIR molecules allowing interactions to form between adjacent KIRs in specific domains, leading to accelerated clustering. Methods and agents such as monoclonal antibodies for reducing KIR-mediated inhibition of NK cell cytotoxicity without reducing or blocking HLA-binding by, e.g., reducing or blocking dimerization of KIR, are provided.


Patent
Innate Pharma | Date: 2015-10-28

The present invention provides antigen-binding proteins capable of binding to KIR3D polypeptides. The antibodies have increased activity in the treatment of disorders characterized by KIR3DL2-expressing cells, particularly CD4+ T cells, including malignancies such as Mycosis Fungoides and Szary Syndrome.


Patent
Innate Pharma | Date: 2016-07-07

The present invention relates to antibodies (e.g. monoclonal antibodies), antibody fragments, and derivatives thereof that specifically bind TLR3, and that optionally further modulate, e.g. inhibit, signaling. The invention also relates to cells producing such antibodies; methods of making such antibodies; fragments, variants, and derivatives of the antibodies; pharmaceutical compositions comprising the same; methods of using the antibodies to diagnose, treat or prevent diseases, e.g. autoimmune diseases, inflammatory diseases and the like.

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