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Monrovia, CA, United States

The present invention discloses the generation of novel variants of Fc domains, including those found in antibodies, Fc fusions, and immuno-adhesions, which have an increased binding to the FcRn receptor and/or increased serum half-life.


Patent
Xencor | Date: 2014-03-07

The present invention describes novel immunoglobulin compositions that co-engage at least two antigens, e.g. a first and second antigen, or, as outlined herein, three or four antigens can be bound, in some of the scaffold formats described herein. First and second antigens of the invention are herein referred to as antigen-1 and antigen-2 respectively (or antigen-3 and antigen-4, if applicable. As outlined herein, a number of different formats can be used, with some scaffolds relying combinations of monovalent and bivalent bindings.


Patent
Xencor | Date: 2014-01-14

The invention provides heterodimeric antibodies comprising a first heavy chain comprising a first Fc domain and a single chain Fv region that binds a first antigen. The heterodimeric antibodies also comprise a second heavy chain comprising a second Fc domain, a first variable heavy chain and a first variable light chain, wherein the first and second Fc domains are different.


The present invention provides methods and compositions comprising a heterodimeric antibody comprising a first monomer comprising a first variant heavy chain constant region and an anti-CD4 binding moiety. The heterodimeric antibody also comprises a second monomer comprising: a second variant heavy chain constant region and an anti-CD25 binding moiety. In some cases, the pIs of the first and second variant heavy chain constant regions are at least 0.5 logs apart.


Patent
Xencor | Date: 2015-02-19

The present disclosure relates to antibodies and polynucleotides encoding the same, that may be used to prevent, control, or reduce the activity of the complement pathway. In addition, the disclosure is directed to compositions and methods for diagnosing and treating diseases mediated by or involving complement C5. Specifically, the disclosure is related to C5 antibodies.

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