Oblique, Targovax partner on anticancer treatment

By The Science Advisory Board staff writers

June 29, 2020 -- Oblique Therapeutics and Targovax are partnering on anticancer treatment by combining their Oncos and Abiprot offerings.

The two firms will jointly investigate the technical and clinical feasibility of using Oncos oncolytic adenoviruses to deliver Abiprot antibodies to mutant RAS genes, which tend to be hard to reach.

"If successful, this would provide a first-in-class oncolytic virus candidate directly targeting RAS and demonstrate proof-of-concept for Oncos-Abiprot as a new technology platform," the companies said in a statement released June 29.

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