Celgene co-founder Sol Barer bags a Johns Hopkins immuno-oncology spinout in buyout
A few weeks ago, Johns Hopkins Professor Jonathan Schneck published new research showing how the biomimetic nano beads he had created in the lab could work with a checkpoint inhibitor in fighting cancer. These beads were designed to act as antigen presenting cells aimed at whipping up a full scale killer T cell attack on cancer as the checkpoint stripped the cancer cells of their built-in defense system.
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