Bolt Bio, Innovent collaborate on oncology agents

By The Science Advisory Board staff writers

August 27, 2021 -- Bolt Biotherapeutics and Innovent Biologics are collaborating to develop three anticancer drug candidates based on Bolt's therapeutic immune-stimulating antibody conjugate (ISAC) technology.

Innovent's therapeutic antibody portfolio will be combined with Bolt's ISAC technology to create the new cancer treatments.

Under the agreement, Innovent has the rights to all three programs in Greater China and retains an option to license global rights for one program, as well as rights for all territories except North America for another program.

Bolt retains the option to license global rights outside of Greater China for one program and North American rights for another program. Innovent is responsible for all R&D costs through clinical proof of concept, according to the companies.

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