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Les produits NanoXray sont compatibles avec les traitements de radiothérapie standards et visent à traiter potentiellement une grande variété de cancers solides (y compris les Sarcomes des Tissus Mous, les cancers de la Tête et du Cou, les cancers du Foie, les cancers de la Prostate, les cancers du Sein, le Glioblastome...) et cela par de multiples voies d'administration. NBTXR3 est actuellement testé au cours de plusieurs études cliniques chez des patients atteints de Sarcome des Tissus Mous, de cancers de la Tête et du Cou, de cancers de la Prostate, et de cancers du Foie (CHC et métastases hépatiques) et menés par PharmaEngine, partenaire de Nanobiotix en région Asie-Pacifique : cancers de la tête et du cou et du rectum. La Société a déposé en août 2016 le dossier de demande de marquage CE pour le produit NBTXR3.


NANOBIOTIX ANNOUNCES FIRST POSITIVE HUMAN DATA SHOWING THAT NBTXR3 COULD BECOME A BACKBONE IN IMMUNO-ONCOLOGY Paris, France and Cambridge, Massachusetts, (USA) May 18, 2017 - NANOBIOTIX (Euronext: NANO - ISIN: FR0011341205), a late clinical-stage nanomedicine company pioneering new approaches to the treatment of cancer, today announced its first set of clinical data from its immuno-oncology (IO) program, showing the potential ability of NBTXR3 to transform "cold" tumors into "hot" tumors. Laurent Levy, CEO of Nanobiotix said, "Being able to transform cold tumors into hot tumors is one of the most challenging and promising topics in oncology. This preliminary clinical data indicates that NBTXR3 could play a key role in unlocking this potential. Given NBTXR3's universal type mode of action and good safety profile, NBTXR3 could change the treatment landscape in numerous solid tumor cancers." Many tumors exhibit little or no response to therapies targeting the immune system and are considered "cold".  The explanation for the lack of response in its simplest form is a lack of immunogenicity.  The ability of NBTXR3 to generate intratumoral immunogenic cell death (ICD) could be a key to significantly increase the number of patients who can engage their immune system to fight their cancer. To undertake this research, Nanobiotix used the available patient samples from its more advanced indication of soft tissue sarcoma -- a typical "cold" tumor. These findings demontrated that NBTXR3 plus radiotherapy induces a specific adaptive immune pattern, which could potentially contribute to converting a "cold" tumor into a "hot" tumor. In this study, radiotherapy alone did not show any impact on triggering adaptive immune response. Specific adaptive immune pattern induced by NBTXR3 when exposed to radiation therapy in Soft Tissue Sarcoma (STS) patients (#e14615) Jérôme Galon, Marick Laé, Zsuzsanna Papai, Philippe Rochaix,  Laszlo Csaba Mangel, Bernhard Mlecnik, Fabienne Hermitte, Zoltan Sapi, Martine Delannes, Tamas Tornoczky,  Anne Vincent-Salomon, Sylvie Bonvalot; INSERM, Paris, France; Institut Curie, Paris, France; Magyar Honvedseg Egeszsegugyi Kozpont, Budapest, Hungary; Institut Universitaire du Cancer Toulouse Oncopole, Toulouse, France; Pecs University, Pecs, Hungary; HalioDX, Marseille, France; Semmelweis University, Budapest, Hungary. In this study, tumors from the ongoing two-arm Phase II/III clinical trial were examined both pre- and post-treatment in patients with locally advanced soft tissue sarcoma who had received either NBTXR3 with radiotherapy (14 patients) or radiotherapy alone (12 patients). The results observed in the post-treatment examination of patients who received both NBTXR3 and radiotherapy, showed a significant increase of immune cell infiltration (CD3+, CD8+). In contrast, there were no differences observed between pre- and post-treatment examination where patients received radiotherapy alone. Similarly, patients who received NBTXR3 plus radiotherapy were found to have an increased immunoscore post-treatment, compared to those who received radiotherapy alone. The upregulation of pan-immune gene expression and specifically, the expression of adaptive immunity genes between pre- and post-treatment, was pronounced in the post-treatment results of patients who received NBTXR3 plus radiotherapy compared to those who received radiotherapy alone. Furthermore, a functional analysis of upregulated genes in NBTXR3 plus radiotherapy showed a specific enrichment of cytokine activity (IL7, IFNA, IL16, IL11, IFNG), adaptive immunity (RAG1, GZMA, TAP1, TAP2, TBX21, STAT4, IFNG, LCK, LTK, CD37, CD22) and T-cell receptor signaling pathway (CD28, CTLA4, CD274, BTLA, TIGIT, CD40LG, CD5, CD3E, ZAP70). The initial data suggests NBTXR3's potential as an IO agent that could, on its own, trigger a specific immune response against the tumor. A number of upregulated genes correspond to existing or promising IO targets, enabling potential combination of NBTXR3 with therapeutic approaches, like products targeting PD1, PDL1, CTLA4, etc. This data requires confirmation in additional studies. Many IO combination strategies focus on 'priming' the tumor, which is now becoming a prerequisite of turning a "cold" tumor into a "hot" tumor. Compared to other modalities that could be used for priming the tumor, NBTXR3 could have a number of advantages: the physical and universal mode of action that could be used widely across oncology,  the one-time local injection and good fit within existing medical practice already used as a basis for cancer treatment, as well as  a  very good chronic safety profile and well-established manufacturing process. The new clinical data and previous pre-clinical data indicate that NBTXR3 could play a key role in oncology and could become a backbone in immuno-oncology. About NBTXR3 Nanobiotix's lead product, NBTXR3, is a first-in-class radio-enhancer nanoparticle designed for direct injection into cancerous tumors. It has been engineered to increase the dose and efficacy of radiotherapy without increasing toxicity or causing damage to surrounding healthy tissues. NBTXR3 is currently in late-stage clinical development as a single agent. Worldwide clinical development of NBTXR3 now includes trials across 7 patient populations: Phase I/II trial in France and Spain; NBTXR3 + Radiotherapy alone Phase I/II trial by PharmaEngine in Asia-Pacific; NBTXR3 + Radiotherapy & Chemotherapy Phase I/II trial in the U.S First market approval has been filed in the EU. * Nanobiotix (Euronext: NANO / ISIN: FR0011341205) is a late clinical-stage nanomedicine company pioneering novel approaches for the treatment of cancer. The Company's first-in-class, proprietary technology, NanoXray, enhances radiotherapy energy with a view to provide a new, more efficient treatment for cancer patients. NanoXray products are compatible with current radiotherapy treatments and are meant to treat potentially a wide variety of solid tumors including soft tissue sarcoma, head and neck cancers, liver cancers, prostate cancer, breast cancer, glioblastoma, etc., via multiple routes of administration. NBTXR3 is being evaluated in: soft tissue sarcoma (STS), head and neck cancers, prostate cancer, and liver cancers (primary and metastases). Additionally, head and neck cancer and rectal cancer trials led by Nanobiotix's Taiwanese partner, PharmaEngine, are underway in the Asia Pacific region. The Company has filed in August 2016 for market approval (CE Marking) in Europe for its lead product NBTXR3. The Company started in 2016 a new preclinical research program in Immuno-oncology with its lead product NBTXR3, which could have the potential to bring a new dimension to cancer immunotherapies. Nanobiotix is listed on the regulated market of Euronext in Paris (ISIN: FR0011341205, Euronext ticker: NANO, Bloomberg: NANO: FP). The Company Headquarter is based in Paris, France. Affiliate in Cambridge, United States. Disclaimer This press release contains certain forward-looking statements concerning Nanobiotix and its business. Such forward-looking statements are based on assumptions that Nanobiotix considers to be reasonable. However, there can be no assurance that the estimates contained in such forward-looking statements will be verified, which estimates are subject to numerous risks including the risks set forth in the reference document of Nanobiotix filed with the French Financial Markets Authority (Autorité des Marchés Financiers) under number D.17-0470 on April 28, 2017 (a copy of which is available on www.nanobiotix.com) and to the development of economic conditions, financial markets and the markets in which Nanobiotix operates. The forward-looking statements contained in this press release are also subject to risks not yet known to Nanobiotix or not currently considered material by Nanobiotix. The occurrence of all or part of such risks could cause actual results, financial conditions, performance or achievements of Nanobiotix to be materially different from such forward-looking statements. This press release and the information that it contains do not constitute an offer to sell or subscribe for, or a solicitation of an offer to purchase or subscribe for, Nanobiotix shares in any country. At the moment NBTXR3 does not bear a CE mark and is not permitted to be placed on the market or put into service until NBTXR3 has obtained a CE mark.


NANOBIOTIX (Paris:NANO) (Euronext: NANO – ISIN: FR0011341205), a late clinical-stage nanomedicine company pioneering new approaches to the treatment of cancer, today announced its first set of clinical data from its immuno-oncology (IO) program, showing the potential ability of NBTXR3 to transform “cold” tumors into “hot” tumors. Laurent Levy, CEO of Nanobiotix said, “Being able to transform cold tumors into hot tumors is one of the most challenging and promising topics in oncology. This preliminary clinical data indicates that NBTXR3 could play a key role in unlocking this potential. Given NBTXR3’s universal type mode of action and good safety profile, NBTXR3 could change the treatment landscape in numerous solid tumor cancers.” Many tumors exhibit little or no response to therapies targeting the immune system and are considered “cold”. The explanation for the lack of response in its simplest form is a lack of immunogenicity. The ability of NBTXR3 to generate intratumoral immunogenic cell death (ICD) could be a key to significantly increase the number of patients who can engage their immune system to fight their cancer. To undertake this research, Nanobiotix used the available patient samples from its more advanced indication of soft tissue sarcoma -- a typical “cold” tumor. These findings demontrated that NBTXR3 plus radiotherapy induces a specific adaptive immune pattern, which could potentially contribute to converting a “cold” tumor into a “hot” tumor. In this study, radiotherapy alone did not show any impact on triggering adaptive immune response. Specific adaptive immune pattern induced by NBTXR3 when exposed to radiation therapy in Soft Tissue Sarcoma (STS) patients (#e14615) In this study, tumors from the ongoing two-arm Phase II/III clinical trial were examined both pre- and post-treatment in patients with locally advanced soft tissue sarcoma who had received either NBTXR3 with radiotherapy (14 patients) or radiotherapy alone (12 patients). The results observed in the post-treatment examination of patients who received both NBTXR3 and radiotherapy, showed a significant increase of immune cell infiltration (CD3+, CD8+). In contrast, there were no differences observed between pre- and post-treatment examination where patients received radiotherapy alone. Similarly, patients who received NBTXR3 plus radiotherapy were found to have an increased immunoscore post-treatment, compared to those who received radiotherapy alone. The upregulation of pan-immune gene expression and specifically, the expression of adaptive immunity genes between pre- and post-treatment, was pronounced in the post-treatment results of patients who received NBTXR3 plus radiotherapy compared to those who received radiotherapy alone. Furthermore, a functional analysis of upregulated genes in NBTXR3 plus radiotherapy showed a specific enrichment of cytokine activity (IL7, IFNA, IL16, IL11, IFNG), adaptive immunity (RAG1, GZMA, TAP1, TAP2, TBX21, STAT4, IFNG, LCK, LTK, CD37, CD22) and T-cell receptor signaling pathway (CD28, CTLA4, CD274, BTLA, TIGIT, CD40LG, CD5, CD3E, ZAP70). The initial data suggests NBTXR3’s potential as an IO agent that could, on its own, trigger a specific immune response against the tumor. A number of upregulated genes correspond to existing or promising IO targets, enabling potential combination of NBTXR3 with therapeutic approaches, like products targeting PD1, PDL1, CTLA4, etc. This data requires confirmation in additional studies. Many IO combination strategies focus on ‘priming’ the tumor, which is now becoming a prerequisite of turning a “cold” tumor into a “hot” tumor. Compared to other modalities that could be used for priming the tumor, NBTXR3 could have a number of advantages: the physical and universal mode of action that could be used widely across oncology, the one-time local injection and good fit within existing medical practice already used as a basis for cancer treatment, as well as a very good chronic safety profile and well-established manufacturing process. The new clinical data and previous pre-clinical data indicate that NBTXR3 could play a key role in oncology and could become a backbone in immuno-oncology. Nanobiotix’s lead product, NBTXR3, is a first-in-class radio-enhancer nanoparticle designed for direct injection into cancerous tumors. It has been engineered to increase the dose and efficacy of radiotherapy without increasing toxicity or causing damage to surrounding healthy tissues. NBTXR3 is currently in late-stage clinical development as a single agent. Worldwide clinical development of NBTXR3 now includes trials across 7 patient populations: Nanobiotix (Euronext: NANO / ISIN: FR0011341205) is a late clinical-stage nanomedicine company pioneering novel approaches for the treatment of cancer. The Company’s first-in-class, proprietary technology, NanoXray, enhances radiotherapy energy with a view to provide a new, more efficient treatment for cancer patients. NanoXray products are compatible with current radiotherapy treatments and are meant to treat potentially a wide variety of solid tumors including soft tissue sarcoma, head and neck cancers, liver cancers, prostate cancer, breast cancer, glioblastoma, etc., via multiple routes of administration. NBTXR3 is being evaluated in: soft tissue sarcoma (STS), head and neck cancers, prostate cancer, and liver cancers (primary and metastases). Additionally, head and neck cancer and rectal cancer trials led by Nanobiotix’s Taiwanese partner, PharmaEngine, are underway in the Asia Pacific region. The Company has filed in August 2016 for market approval (CE Marking) in Europe for its lead product NBTXR3. The Company started in 2016 a new preclinical research program in Immuno-oncology with its lead product NBTXR3, which could have the potential to bring a new dimension to cancer immunotherapies. Nanobiotix is listed on the regulated market of Euronext in Paris (ISIN: FR0011341205, Euronext ticker: NANO, Bloomberg: NANO: FP). The Company Headquarter is based in Paris, France. Affiliate in Cambridge, United States. This press release contains certain forward-looking statements concerning Nanobiotix and its business. Such forward-looking statements are based on assumptions that Nanobiotix considers to be reasonable. However, there can be no assurance that the estimates contained in such forward-looking statements will be verified, which estimates are subject to numerous risks including the risks set forth in the reference document of Nanobiotix filed with the French Financial Markets Authority (Autorité des Marchés Financiers) under number D.17-0470 on April 28, 2017 (a copy of which is available on www.nanobiotix.com) and to the development of economic conditions, financial markets and the markets in which Nanobiotix operates. The forward-looking statements contained in this press release are also subject to risks not yet known to Nanobiotix or not currently considered material by Nanobiotix. The occurrence of all or part of such risks could cause actual results, financial conditions, performance or achievements of Nanobiotix to be materially different from such forward-looking statements. This press release and the information that it contains do not constitute an offer to sell or subscribe for, or a solicitation of an offer to purchase or subscribe for, Nanobiotix shares in any country. At the moment NBTXR3 does not bear a CE mark and is not permitted to be placed on the market or put into service until NBTXR3 has obtained a CE mark.


Nanobiotix Announces First Positive Human Data Showing That NBTXR3 Could Become a Backbone in Immuno-Oncology - Biomarker two-arm study in 26 Soft Tissue Sarcoma patients - Data shows a specific, adaptive immune pattern triggered by NBTXR3 treatment - Potential synergies with Immuno-oncology drugs including checkpoint inhibitors NANOBIOTIX (Euronext: NANO - ISIN: FR0011341205), a late clinical-stage nanomedicine company pioneering new approaches to the treatment of cancer, today announced its first set of clinical data from its immuno-oncology (IO) program, showing the potential ability of NBTXR3 to transform "cold" tumors into "hot" tumors. Laurent Levy, CEO of Nanobiotix said, "Being able to transform cold tumors into hot tumors is one of the most challenging and promising topics in oncology. This preliminary clinical data indicates that NBTXR3 could play a key role in unlocking this potential. Given NBTXR3's universal type mode of action and good safety profile, NBTXR3 could change the treatment landscape in numerous solid tumor cancers." Many tumors exhibit little or no response to therapies targeting the immune system and are considered "cold". The explanation for the lack of response in its simplest form is a lack of immunogenicity. The ability of NBTXR3 to generate intratumoral immunogenic cell death (ICD) could be a key to significantly increase the number of patients who can engage their immune system to fight their cancer. To undertake this research, Nanobiotix used the available patient samples from its more advanced indication of soft tissue sarcoma -- a typical "cold" tumor. These findings demontrated that NBTXR3 plus radiotherapy induces a specific adaptive immune pattern, which could potentially contribute to converting a "cold" tumor into a "hot" tumor. In this study, radiotherapy alone did not show any impact on triggering adaptive immune response. Key Results - Specific adaptive immune pattern induced by NBTXR3 when exposed to radiation therapy in Soft Tissue Sarcoma (STS) patients (#e14615) Jerome Galon, Marick Lae, Zsuzsanna Papai, Philippe Rochaix, Laszlo Csaba Mangel, Bernhard Mlecnik, Fabienne Hermitte, Zoltan Sapi, Martine Delannes, Tamas Tornoczky, Anne Vincent-Salomon, Sylvie Bonvalot; INSERM, Paris, France; Institut Curie, Paris, France; Magyar Honvedseg Egeszsegugyi Kozpont, Budapest, Hungary; Institut Universitaire du Cancer Toulouse Oncopole, Toulouse, France; Pecs University, Pecs, Hungary; HalioDX, Marseille, France; Semmelweis University, Budapest, Hungary. In this study, tumors from the ongoing two-arm Phase II/III clinical trial were examined both pre- and post-treatment in patients with locally advanced soft tissue sarcoma who had received either NBTXR3 with radiotherapy (14 patients) or radiotherapy alone (12 patients). The results observed in the post-treatment examination of patients who received both NBTXR3 and radiotherapy, showed a significant increase of immune cell infiltration (CD3+, CD8+). In contrast, there were no differences observed between pre- and post-treatment examination where patients received radiotherapy alone. Similarly, patients who received NBTXR3 plus radiotherapy were found to have an increased immunoscore post-treatment, compared to those who received radiotherapy alone. The upregulation of pan-immune gene expression and specifically, the expression of adaptive immunity genes between pre- and post-treatment, was pronounced in the post-treatment results of patients who received NBTXR3 plus radiotherapy compared to those who received radiotherapy alone. Furthermore, a functional analysis of upregulated genes in NBTXR3 plus radiotherapy showed a specific enrichment of cytokine activity (IL7, IFNA, IL16, IL11, IFNG), adaptive immunity (RAG1, GZMA, TAP1, TAP2, TBX21, STAT4, IFNG, LCK, LTK, CD37, CD22) and T-cell receptor signaling pathway (CD28, CTLA4, CD274, BTLA, TIGIT, CD40LG, CD5, CD3E, ZAP70). The initial data suggests NBTXR3's potential as an IO agent that could, on its own, trigger a specific immune response against the tumor. A number of upregulated genes correspond to existing or promising IO targets, enabling potential combination of NBTXR3 with therapeutic approaches, like products targeting PD1, PDL1, CTLA4, etc. This data requires confirmation in additional studies. - NBTXR3 competitive positioning in IO Many IO combination strategies focus on 'priming' the tumor, which is now becoming a prerequisite of turning a "cold" tumor into a "hot" tumor. Compared to other modalities that could be used for priming the tumor, NBTXR3 could have a number of advantages: the physical and universal mode of action that could be used widely across oncology, the one-time local injection and good fit within existing medical practice already used as a basis for cancer treatment, as well as a very good chronic safety profile and well-established manufacturing process. The new clinical data and previous pre-clinical data indicate that NBTXR3 could play a key role in oncology and could become a backbone in immuno-oncology. About NBTXR3 Nanobiotix's lead product, NBTXR3, is a first-in-class radio-enhancer nanoparticle designed for direct injection into cancerous tumors. It has been engineered to increase the dose and efficacy of radiotherapy without increasing toxicity or causing damage to surrounding healthy tissues. NBTXR3 is currently in late-stage clinical development as a single agent. Worldwide clinical development of NBTXR3 now includes trials across 7 patient populations: - Soft Tissue Sarcoma (STS) Phase I/II trial completed Phase II/III "Act.in.Sarc." global trial (including EU, South Africa and Asia-Pacific region) - Head and Neck Cancer Phase I/II trial in France and Spain; NBTXR3 + Radiotherapy alone Phase I/II trial by PharmaEngine in Asia-Pacific; NBTXR3 + Radiotherapy & Chemotherapy - Prostate Cancer Phase I/II trial in the U.S - Liver Cancers Phase I/II Hepatocellular Cancer trial in France Phase I/II Liver Metastases trial in France - Rectal Cancer Phase I/II trial by PharmaEngine in Asia-Pacific First market approval has been filed in the EU. About NANOBIOTIX www.nanobiotix.com Nanobiotix (Euronext: NANO / ISIN: FR0011341205) is a late clinical-stage nanomedicine company pioneering novel approaches for the treatment of cancer. The Company's first-in-class, proprietary technology, NanoXray, enhances radiotherapy energy with a view to provide a new, more efficient treatment for cancer patients. NanoXray products are compatible with current radiotherapy treatments and are meant to treat potentially a wide variety of solid tumors including soft tissue sarcoma, head and neck cancers, liver cancers, prostate cancer, breast cancer, glioblastoma, etc., via multiple routes of administration. NBTXR3 is being evaluated in: soft tissue sarcoma (STS), head and neck cancers, prostate cancer, and liver cancers (primary and metastases). Additionally, head and neck cancer and rectal cancer trials led by Nanobiotix's Taiwanese partner, PharmaEngine, are underway in the Asia Pacific region. The Company has filed in August 2016 for market approval (CE Marking) in Europe for its lead product NBTXR3. The Company started in 2016 a new preclinical research program in Immuno-oncology with its lead product NBTXR3, which could have the potential to bring a new dimension to cancer immunotherapies. Nanobiotix is listed on the regulated market of Euronext in Paris (ISIN: FR0011341205, Euronext ticker: NANO, Bloomberg: NANO: FP). The Company Headquarter is based in Paris, France. Affiliate in Cambridge, United States. Contact Nanobiotix Sarah Gaubert Director, Communications & Public Affairs +33 (0)1 40 26 07 55 / Noel Kurdi Director, Investor Relations +1 (646) 241-4400 / Media relations France - Springbok Consultants Marina Rosoff +33 (0)6 71 58 00 34 United States - RooneyPartners Marion Janic +1 (212) 223-4017 Disclaimer This press release contains certain forward-looking statements concerning Nanobiotix and its business. Such forward-looking statements are based on assumptions that Nanobiotix considers to be reasonable. However, there can be no assurance that the estimates contained in such forward-looking statements will be verified, which estimates are subject to numerous risks including the risks set forth in the reference document of Nanobiotix filed with the French Financial Markets Authority (Autorite des Marches Financiers) under number D.17-0470 on April 28, 2017 (a copy of which is available on www.nanobiotix.com) and to the development of economic conditions, financial markets and the markets in which Nanobiotix operates. The forward-looking statements contained in this press release are also subject to risks not yet known to Nanobiotix or not currently considered material by Nanobiotix. The occurrence of all or part of such risks could cause actual results, financial conditions, performance or achievements of Nanobiotix to be materially different from such forward-looking statements. This press release and the information that it contains do not constitute an offer to sell or subscribe for, or a solicitation of an offer to purchase or subscribe for, Nanobiotix shares in any country. At the moment NBTXR3 does not bear a CE mark and is not permitted to be placed on the market or put into service until NBTXR3 has obtained a CE mark.


Specific adaptive immune pattern induced by NBTXR3 when exposed to radiation therapy in Soft Tissue Sarcoma (STS) patients (#e14615) Une comparaison des niveaux d’expression de centaines de gènes sur des échantillons de tumeurs obtenus avant et après traitement de radiothérapie, avec et sans NBTXR3, a été réalisée. Une augmentation de l’expression de gènes impliqués dans la réponse immunitaires adaptative a été mesurée post-traitement chez les patients ayant reçu NBTXR3 et radiothérapie, ce qui n’a pas été observé chez les patients traités par radiothérapie seule. Dans cette perspective, NBTXR3 pourrait avoir de nombreux avantages, comparé aux produits pouvant être utilisés pour l'amorçage anti-tumoral : un mode d'action physique et universel qui pourrait être largement utilisé en oncologie ; ne nécessitant qu’une unique injection locale ; qui s’insère aisément dans une pratique médicale de base pour le traitement du cancer ; et enfin qui présente un très bon profil chronique de sécurité et un processus de fabrication d’ores et déjà bien établi. Les produits NanoXray sont compatibles avec les traitements de radiothérapie standards et visent à traiter potentiellement une grande variété de cancers solides (y compris les Sarcomes des Tissus Mous, les cancers de la Tête et du Cou, les cancers du Foie, les cancers de la Prostate, les cancers du Sein, le Glioblastome...) et cela par de multiples voies d'administration. NBTXR3 est actuellement testé au cours de plusieurs études cliniques chez des patients atteints de Sarcome des Tissus Mous, de cancers de la Tête et du Cou, de cancers de la Prostate, et de cancers du Foie (CHC et métastases hépatiques) et menés par PharmaEngine, partenaire de Nanobiotix en région Asie-Pacifique : cancers de la tête et du cou et du rectum. La Société a déposé en août 2016 le dossier de demande de marquage CE pour le produit NBTXR3. Le présent communiqué contient des déclarations prospectives relatives à Nanobiotix et à ses activités, y compris ses perspectives. Nanobiotix estime que ces déclarations prospectives reposent sur des hypothèses raisonnables. Cependant, des déclarations prospectives ne constituent pas des garanties d’une performance future, étant donné qu’elles portent sur des événements futurs et dépendent de circonstances qui pourraient ou non se réaliser dans le futur, et de divers risques et incertitudes, dont ceux décrits dans le document de référence de Nanobiotix déposé auprès de l’Autorité des marchés financiers (AMF) le 28 avril 2017 (numéro de dépôt D.17-0470) et disponible sur le site internet de la Société (www.nanobiotix.com), et de l’évolution de la conjoncture économique, des marchés financiers et des marchés sur lesquels Nanobiotix est présente. Les déclarations prospectives figurant dans le présent communiqué sont également soumises à des risques inconnus de Nanobiotix ou que Nanobiotix ne considère pas comme significatifs à cette date. La réalisation de tout ou partie de ces risques pourrait conduire à ce que les résultats réels, conditions financières, performances ou réalisations de Nanobiotix diffèrent significativement des résultats, conditions financières, performances ou réalisations exprimés dans ces déclarations prospectives. Nanobiotix décline toute responsabilité quant à la mise à jour de ces déclarations prospectives.


Specific adaptive immune pattern induced by NBTXR3 when exposed to radiation therapy in Soft Tissue Sarcoma (STS) patients (#e14615) Jérôme Galon, Marick Laé, Zsuzsanna Papai, Philippe Rochaix, Laszlo Csaba Mangel, Bernhard Mlecnik, Fabienne Hermitte, Zoltan Sapi, Martine Delannes, Tamas Tornoczky,  Anne Vincent-Salomon, Sylvie Bonvalot; INSERM, Paris, France; Institut Curie, Paris, France; Magyar Honvedseg Egeszsegugyi Kozpont, Budapest, Hungary; Institut Universitaire du Cancer Toulouse Oncopole, Toulouse, France; Pecs University, Pecs, Hungary; HalioDX, Marseille, France; Semmelweis University, Budapest, Hungary. Une comparaison des niveaux d'expression de centaines de gènes sur des échantillons de tumeurs obtenus avant et après traitement de radiothérapie, avec et sans NBTXR3, a été réalisée. Une augmentation de l'expression de gènes impliqués dans la réponse immunitaires adaptative a été mesurée post-traitement chez les patients ayant reçu NBTXR3 et radiothérapie, ce qui n'a pas été observé chez les patients traités par radiothérapie seule. Dans cette perspective, NBTXR3 pourrait avoir de nombreux avantages, comparé aux produits pouvant être utilisés pour l'amorçage anti-tumoral : un mode d'action physique et universel qui pourrait être largement utilisé en oncologie ; ne nécessitant qu'une unique injection locale ; qui s'insère aisément dans une pratique médicale de base pour le traitement du cancer ; et enfin qui présente un très bon profil chronique de sécurité et un processus de fabrication d'ores et déjà bien établi. Les produits NanoXray sont compatibles avec les traitements de radiothérapie standards et visent à traiter potentiellement une grande variété de cancers solides (y compris les Sarcomes des Tissus Mous, les cancers de la Tête et du Cou, les cancers du Foie, les cancers de la Prostate, les cancers du Sein, le Glioblastome...) et cela par de multiples voies d'administration. NBTXR3 est actuellement testé au cours de plusieurs études cliniques chez des patients atteints de Sarcome des Tissus Mous, de cancers de la Tête et du Cou, de cancers de la Prostate, et de cancers du Foie (CHC et métastases hépatiques) et menés par PharmaEngine, partenaire de Nanobiotix en région Asie-Pacifique : cancers de la tête et du cou et du rectum. La Société a déposé en août 2016 le dossier de demande de marquage CE pour le produit NBTXR3. Le présent communiqué contient des déclarations prospectives relatives à Nanobiotix et à ses activités, y compris ses perspectives. Nanobiotix estime que ces déclarations prospectives reposent sur des hypothèses raisonnables. Cependant, des déclarations prospectives ne constituent pas des garanties d'une performance future, étant donné qu'elles portent sur des événements futurs et dépendent de circonstances qui pourraient ou non se réaliser dans le futur, et de divers risques et incertitudes, dont ceux décrits dans le document de référence de Nanobiotix déposé auprès de l'Autorité des marchés financiers (AMF) le 28 avril 2017 (numéro de dépôt D.17-0470) et disponible sur le site internet de la Société (www.nanobiotix.com), et de l'évolution de la conjoncture économique, des marchés financiers et des marchés sur lesquels Nanobiotix est présente. Les déclarations prospectives figurant dans le présent communiqué sont également soumises à des risques inconnus de Nanobiotix ou que Nanobiotix ne considère pas comme significatifs à cette date. La réalisation de tout ou partie de ces risques pourrait conduire à ce que les résultats réels, conditions financières, performances ou réalisations de Nanobiotix diffèrent significativement des résultats, conditions financières, performances ou réalisations exprimés dans ces déclarations prospectives. Nanobiotix décline toute responsabilité quant à la mise à jour de ces déclarations prospectives.


NANOBIOTIX ANNOUNCES FIRST POSITIVE HUMAN DATA SHOWING THAT NBTXR3 COULD BECOME A BACKBONE IN IMMUNO-ONCOLOGY Paris, France and Cambridge, Massachusetts, (USA) May 18, 2017 - NANOBIOTIX (Euronext: NANO - ISIN: FR0011341205), a late clinical-stage nanomedicine company pioneering new approaches to the treatment of cancer, today announced its first set of clinical data from its immuno-oncology (IO) program, showing the potential ability of NBTXR3 to transform "cold" tumors into "hot" tumors. Laurent Levy, CEO of Nanobiotix said, "Being able to transform cold tumors into hot tumors is one of the most challenging and promising topics in oncology. This preliminary clinical data indicates that NBTXR3 could play a key role in unlocking this potential. Given NBTXR3's universal type mode of action and good safety profile, NBTXR3 could change the treatment landscape in numerous solid tumor cancers." Many tumors exhibit little or no response to therapies targeting the immune system and are considered "cold".  The explanation for the lack of response in its simplest form is a lack of immunogenicity.  The ability of NBTXR3 to generate intratumoral immunogenic cell death (ICD) could be a key to significantly increase the number of patients who can engage their immune system to fight their cancer. To undertake this research, Nanobiotix used the available patient samples from its more advanced indication of soft tissue sarcoma -- a typical "cold" tumor. These findings demontrated that NBTXR3 plus radiotherapy induces a specific adaptive immune pattern, which could potentially contribute to converting a "cold" tumor into a "hot" tumor. In this study, radiotherapy alone did not show any impact on triggering adaptive immune response. Specific adaptive immune pattern induced by NBTXR3 when exposed to radiation therapy in Soft Tissue Sarcoma (STS) patients (#e14615) Jérôme Galon, Marick Laé, Zsuzsanna Papai, Philippe Rochaix,  Laszlo Csaba Mangel, Bernhard Mlecnik, Fabienne Hermitte, Zoltan Sapi, Martine Delannes, Tamas Tornoczky,  Anne Vincent-Salomon, Sylvie Bonvalot; INSERM, Paris, France; Institut Curie, Paris, France; Magyar Honvedseg Egeszsegugyi Kozpont, Budapest, Hungary; Institut Universitaire du Cancer Toulouse Oncopole, Toulouse, France; Pecs University, Pecs, Hungary; HalioDX, Marseille, France; Semmelweis University, Budapest, Hungary. In this study, tumors from the ongoing two-arm Phase II/III clinical trial were examined both pre- and post-treatment in patients with locally advanced soft tissue sarcoma who had received either NBTXR3 with radiotherapy (14 patients) or radiotherapy alone (12 patients). The results observed in the post-treatment examination of patients who received both NBTXR3 and radiotherapy, showed a significant increase of immune cell infiltration (CD3+, CD8+). In contrast, there were no differences observed between pre- and post-treatment examination where patients received radiotherapy alone. Similarly, patients who received NBTXR3 plus radiotherapy were found to have an increased immunoscore post-treatment, compared to those who received radiotherapy alone. The upregulation of pan-immune gene expression and specifically, the expression of adaptive immunity genes between pre- and post-treatment, was pronounced in the post-treatment results of patients who received NBTXR3 plus radiotherapy compared to those who received radiotherapy alone. Furthermore, a functional analysis of upregulated genes in NBTXR3 plus radiotherapy showed a specific enrichment of cytokine activity (IL7, IFNA, IL16, IL11, IFNG), adaptive immunity (RAG1, GZMA, TAP1, TAP2, TBX21, STAT4, IFNG, LCK, LTK, CD37, CD22) and T-cell receptor signaling pathway (CD28, CTLA4, CD274, BTLA, TIGIT, CD40LG, CD5, CD3E, ZAP70). The initial data suggests NBTXR3's potential as an IO agent that could, on its own, trigger a specific immune response against the tumor. A number of upregulated genes correspond to existing or promising IO targets, enabling potential combination of NBTXR3 with therapeutic approaches, like products targeting PD1, PDL1, CTLA4, etc. This data requires confirmation in additional studies. Many IO combination strategies focus on 'priming' the tumor, which is now becoming a prerequisite of turning a "cold" tumor into a "hot" tumor. Compared to other modalities that could be used for priming the tumor, NBTXR3 could have a number of advantages: the physical and universal mode of action that could be used widely across oncology,  the one-time local injection and good fit within existing medical practice already used as a basis for cancer treatment, as well as  a  very good chronic safety profile and well-established manufacturing process. The new clinical data and previous pre-clinical data indicate that NBTXR3 could play a key role in oncology and could become a backbone in immuno-oncology. About NBTXR3 Nanobiotix's lead product, NBTXR3, is a first-in-class radio-enhancer nanoparticle designed for direct injection into cancerous tumors. It has been engineered to increase the dose and efficacy of radiotherapy without increasing toxicity or causing damage to surrounding healthy tissues. NBTXR3 is currently in late-stage clinical development as a single agent. Worldwide clinical development of NBTXR3 now includes trials across 7 patient populations: Phase I/II trial in France and Spain; NBTXR3 + Radiotherapy alone Phase I/II trial by PharmaEngine in Asia-Pacific; NBTXR3 + Radiotherapy & Chemotherapy Phase I/II trial in the U.S First market approval has been filed in the EU. * Nanobiotix (Euronext: NANO / ISIN: FR0011341205) is a late clinical-stage nanomedicine company pioneering novel approaches for the treatment of cancer. The Company's first-in-class, proprietary technology, NanoXray, enhances radiotherapy energy with a view to provide a new, more efficient treatment for cancer patients. NanoXray products are compatible with current radiotherapy treatments and are meant to treat potentially a wide variety of solid tumors including soft tissue sarcoma, head and neck cancers, liver cancers, prostate cancer, breast cancer, glioblastoma, etc., via multiple routes of administration. NBTXR3 is being evaluated in: soft tissue sarcoma (STS), head and neck cancers, prostate cancer, and liver cancers (primary and metastases). Additionally, head and neck cancer and rectal cancer trials led by Nanobiotix's Taiwanese partner, PharmaEngine, are underway in the Asia Pacific region. The Company has filed in August 2016 for market approval (CE Marking) in Europe for its lead product NBTXR3. The Company started in 2016 a new preclinical research program in Immuno-oncology with its lead product NBTXR3, which could have the potential to bring a new dimension to cancer immunotherapies. Nanobiotix is listed on the regulated market of Euronext in Paris (ISIN: FR0011341205, Euronext ticker: NANO, Bloomberg: NANO: FP). The Company Headquarter is based in Paris, France. Affiliate in Cambridge, United States. Disclaimer This press release contains certain forward-looking statements concerning Nanobiotix and its business. Such forward-looking statements are based on assumptions that Nanobiotix considers to be reasonable. However, there can be no assurance that the estimates contained in such forward-looking statements will be verified, which estimates are subject to numerous risks including the risks set forth in the reference document of Nanobiotix filed with the French Financial Markets Authority (Autorité des Marchés Financiers) under number D.17-0470 on April 28, 2017 (a copy of which is available on www.nanobiotix.com) and to the development of economic conditions, financial markets and the markets in which Nanobiotix operates. The forward-looking statements contained in this press release are also subject to risks not yet known to Nanobiotix or not currently considered material by Nanobiotix. The occurrence of all or part of such risks could cause actual results, financial conditions, performance or achievements of Nanobiotix to be materially different from such forward-looking statements. This press release and the information that it contains do not constitute an offer to sell or subscribe for, or a solicitation of an offer to purchase or subscribe for, Nanobiotix shares in any country. At the moment NBTXR3 does not bear a CE mark and is not permitted to be placed on the market or put into service until NBTXR3 has obtained a CE mark.


Specific adaptive immune pattern induced by NBTXR3 when exposed to radiation therapy in Soft Tissue Sarcoma (STS) patients (#e14615) Jérôme Galon, Marick Laé, Zsuzsanna Papai, Philippe Rochaix, Laszlo Csaba Mangel, Bernhard Mlecnik, Fabienne Hermitte, Zoltan Sapi, Martine Delannes, Tamas Tornoczky,  Anne Vincent-Salomon, Sylvie Bonvalot; INSERM, Paris, France; Institut Curie, Paris, France; Magyar Honvedseg Egeszsegugyi Kozpont, Budapest, Hungary; Institut Universitaire du Cancer Toulouse Oncopole, Toulouse, France; Pecs University, Pecs, Hungary; HalioDX, Marseille, France; Semmelweis University, Budapest, Hungary. Une comparaison des niveaux d'expression de centaines de gènes sur des échantillons de tumeurs obtenus avant et après traitement de radiothérapie, avec et sans NBTXR3, a été réalisée. Une augmentation de l'expression de gènes impliqués dans la réponse immunitaires adaptative a été mesurée post-traitement chez les patients ayant reçu NBTXR3 et radiothérapie, ce qui n'a pas été observé chez les patients traités par radiothérapie seule. Dans cette perspective, NBTXR3 pourrait avoir de nombreux avantages, comparé aux produits pouvant être utilisés pour l'amorçage anti-tumoral : un mode d'action physique et universel qui pourrait être largement utilisé en oncologie ; ne nécessitant qu'une unique injection locale ; qui s'insère aisément dans une pratique médicale de base pour le traitement du cancer ; et enfin qui présente un très bon profil chronique de sécurité et un processus de fabrication d'ores et déjà bien établi. Les produits NanoXray sont compatibles avec les traitements de radiothérapie standards et visent à traiter potentiellement une grande variété de cancers solides (y compris les Sarcomes des Tissus Mous, les cancers de la Tête et du Cou, les cancers du Foie, les cancers de la Prostate, les cancers du Sein, le Glioblastome...) et cela par de multiples voies d'administration. NBTXR3 est actuellement testé au cours de plusieurs études cliniques chez des patients atteints de Sarcome des Tissus Mous, de cancers de la Tête et du Cou, de cancers de la Prostate, et de cancers du Foie (CHC et métastases hépatiques) et menés par PharmaEngine, partenaire de Nanobiotix en région Asie-Pacifique : cancers de la tête et du cou et du rectum. La Société a déposé en août 2016 le dossier de demande de marquage CE pour le produit NBTXR3. Le présent communiqué contient des déclarations prospectives relatives à Nanobiotix et à ses activités, y compris ses perspectives. Nanobiotix estime que ces déclarations prospectives reposent sur des hypothèses raisonnables. Cependant, des déclarations prospectives ne constituent pas des garanties d'une performance future, étant donné qu'elles portent sur des événements futurs et dépendent de circonstances qui pourraient ou non se réaliser dans le futur, et de divers risques et incertitudes, dont ceux décrits dans le document de référence de Nanobiotix déposé auprès de l'Autorité des marchés financiers (AMF) le 28 avril 2017 (numéro de dépôt D.17-0470) et disponible sur le site internet de la Société (www.nanobiotix.com), et de l'évolution de la conjoncture économique, des marchés financiers et des marchés sur lesquels Nanobiotix est présente. Les déclarations prospectives figurant dans le présent communiqué sont également soumises à des risques inconnus de Nanobiotix ou que Nanobiotix ne considère pas comme significatifs à cette date. La réalisation de tout ou partie de ces risques pourrait conduire à ce que les résultats réels, conditions financières, performances ou réalisations de Nanobiotix diffèrent significativement des résultats, conditions financières, performances ou réalisations exprimés dans ces déclarations prospectives. Nanobiotix décline toute responsabilité quant à la mise à jour de ces déclarations prospectives.


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Les produits NanoXray sont compatibles avec les traitements de radiothérapie standards et visent à traiter potentiellement une grande variété de cancers solides (y compris les Sarcomes des Tissus Mous, les cancers de la Tête et du Cou, les cancers du Foie, les cancers de la Prostate, les cancers du Sein, le Glioblastome...) et cela par de multiples voies d'administration. NBTXR3 est actuellement testé au cours de plusieurs études cliniques chez des patients atteints de Sarcome des Tissus Mous, de cancers de la Tête et du Cou, de cancers de la Prostate, et de cancers du Foie (CHC et métastases hépatiques) et menés par PharmaEngine, partenaire de Nanobiotix en région Asie-Pacifique : cancers de la tête et du cou et du rectum. La Société a déposé en août 2016 le dossier de demande de marquage CE pour le produit NBTXR3.

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