Triumvira Immunologics Demonstrates Strength of Preclinical Research Pipeline for Gastric and Colorectal Cancers in Three Posters at SITC 2022
Excerpt from the Press Release:
AUSTIN, Texas & SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. & HAMILTON, Ontario–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Triumvira Immunologics (“Triumvira”), a clinical-stage company developing novel, targeted autologous and allogeneic T cell therapeutics that co-opt the natural biology of T cells to treat patients with cancer, today announced preclinical data for its investigational TAC-T cell therapies CLDN18.2-TAC T and GUCY2C-TAC T, and data on HER2-specific TAC-T products. Data was shared in three posters at the Society for Immunotherapy of Cancer (SITC) 37th Annual Meeting being held virtually and in-person in Boston.
“We are encouraged by our preclinical results to-date, which further demonstrate that our proprietary T cell Antigen Coupler (TAC) technology is versatile, and can achieve effective and specific tumor targeting,” said Andreas Bader, Ph.D., Chief Scientific Officer of Triumvira. “We are excited to be one step closer to moving CLDN18.2-TAC T towards entering clinical development. The data showed that CLDN18.2-TAC T and GUCY2C-TAC T could be an effective treatment for hard to treat solid tumors.”
Preclinical studies of TAC01-CLDN18.2 in the treatment of gastric cancer (Abstract #: 294)
Triumvira announced updated data on its novel T cell antigen coupler (TAC)-T cell candidate targeting Claudin 18.2 (CLDN18.2) for the treatment of gastric cancer. The data continue to demonstrate that CLDN18.2-TAC T effectively eliminates CLDN18.2-expressing gastric cancer cells in vitro and in vivo.
Click the button below to read the entire Press Release:
Discover What Sets TrialStat Apart From Ordinary EDC Platforms
Click the image or button below to explore our eClinical Suite Platform and discover what sets TrialStat apart from competing EDC platforms.
Request Your Demo Today!
From rapid database build through database lock, we deliver consistent quality on-time and on-budget. Ready to upgrade your eClinical toolkit?