Abveris, Immunitas partner on mAbs discovery

By The Science Advisory Board staff writers

October 8, 2020 -- Abveris and Immunitas Therapeutics are partnering on the discovery of monoclonal antibodies (mAbs) to expand Immunitas' therapeutic pipeline.

Under the agreement, Abveris will utilize its proprietary DiversimAb mouse model in combination with its next-generation, B-cell screening platform, powered by the Beacon system from Berkeley Lights, to rapidly discover mAbs for use as research reagents and therapeutics for immuno-oncology applications.

The Immunitas team will leverage its single-cell genomics-based techniques for identifying novel therapeutic oncology targets.

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