Invented by Jaume Pons, Bang Janet Sim, Hong Wan, Tracy Chia-Chien Kuo, ALX Oncology Inc
The market for antibodies to signal-regulatory proteins alpha (SIRP?) has been steadily growing in recent years, driven by the increasing demand for targeted therapies and immunotherapies. SIRP? is a cell surface protein that plays a crucial role in regulating immune responses and maintaining immune homeostasis. Antibodies targeting SIRP? have shown promising results in preclinical and clinical studies, making them attractive candidates for therapeutic interventions.
One of the primary reasons for the growing market for antibodies to SIRP? is the potential to harness the body’s immune system to fight cancer. SIRP? is expressed on macrophages, a type of immune cell that plays a crucial role in recognizing and eliminating cancer cells. However, cancer cells often exploit the SIRP? signaling pathway to evade immune surveillance. Antibodies targeting SIRP? can block this interaction, allowing macrophages to recognize and eliminate cancer cells more effectively.
Several pharmaceutical companies and research institutions are actively developing antibodies targeting SIRP? for cancer immunotherapy. These antibodies can be used as monotherapies or in combination with other immunotherapies, such as immune checkpoint inhibitors or chimeric antigen receptor (CAR) T-cell therapies. The market for these antibodies is expected to grow significantly as more clinical trials are conducted and regulatory approvals are obtained.
In addition to cancer immunotherapy, antibodies to SIRP? have shown potential in other therapeutic areas. For example, SIRP? is also involved in regulating immune responses in autoimmune diseases, such as rheumatoid arthritis and multiple sclerosis. Antibodies targeting SIRP? can modulate immune cell activity and reduce inflammation, offering a novel approach for treating these conditions.
The methods of use for antibodies to SIRP? vary depending on the therapeutic application. In cancer immunotherapy, these antibodies can be administered intravenously to patients, either as a standalone treatment or in combination with other therapies. The dosage and treatment regimen may vary depending on the specific cancer type and patient characteristics.
In autoimmune diseases, antibodies to SIRP? can be used to modulate immune responses and reduce inflammation. These antibodies can be administered systemically or targeted to specific tissues or organs affected by the disease. The dosage and treatment duration may vary depending on the severity of the disease and individual patient response.
The market for antibodies to SIRP? is highly competitive, with several pharmaceutical companies actively engaged in research and development. Companies are investing in innovative technologies to improve the efficacy and safety of these antibodies, such as antibody engineering and optimization techniques. Additionally, collaborations between academic institutions, pharmaceutical companies, and biotechnology firms are driving advancements in this field.
In conclusion, the market for antibodies to SIRP? is witnessing significant growth due to their potential in cancer immunotherapy and autoimmune disease treatment. These antibodies offer a targeted approach to modulating immune responses and have shown promising results in preclinical and clinical studies. As more research is conducted and regulatory approvals are obtained, the market for antibodies to SIRP? is expected to expand further, providing new treatment options for patients in need.
The ALX Oncology Inc invention works as follows
Provided, inter alia are isolated humanized antibodies which bind to an extracellular region of a human polypeptide SIRP. polypeptide. “Polynucleotides are also provided, as well as vectors, host cell, and production and usage methods related to them.
Background for Antibodies to signal-regulatory proteins alpha and Methods of Use
Antibody production and other antibodies properties
Methods of Treatment.
Example 2: Identification of antibodies with novel binding specificities to SIRP? Proteins
Example 2 : Functional Properties of Anti-SIRP A antibodies
In vivo anti-tumor activity
Anti-SIRP antibodies: “Example 3” Humanization Antibodies
Example 4″: Induction of Phagocytosis by Anti-SIRP?
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