CoImmune® is a privately held, clinical stage immuno-oncology company that will redefine cancer treatment using best-in-class cellular immunotherapies. Our allogeneic CAR-CIK technology platform for liquid and solid tumors is a novel CAR therapy that promises enhanced efficacy with greatly reduced toxicity. Our autologous RNA-loaded dendritic cell technology for solid tumors uses amplified total tumor mRNA to program highly engineered dendritic cells to generate immune responses against neoantigens without the need to identify them.
Technology will be coupled with modified Cytokine Induced Killer (CIK) cells - Company selects CD19 as initial target and plans to launch clinical development program in B-cell malignancies - CoImmune, Inc., a clinical stage immuno-oncology company working to redefine cancer treatment using best-in-class cellular immunotherapies, today announced it has exercised its option to obtain an …
CoImmune®, Inc., a clinical stage immuno-oncology company working to redefine cancer treatment using best-in-class cellular immunotherapies, today announced that preclinical models show CAR T cells engineered with OrexiCAR technology to secrete a CD47-SIRPα checkpoint blocker have improved anti-tumor activity and reverse myeloid immunosuppression in tumors. The results are published in Blood, the most highly cited …
Focused on the development and commercialization of our clinical-stage platform technologies
allogeneic CAR-CIK cells
allogeneic CAR-CIK in solid tumors
Autologous RNA-loaded dendritic cells
advanced Renal Cell Carcinoma
CoImmune®Inc. is a US company based in Durham North Carolina that was founded in 2019 based on its expertise in the development and manufacture of cell-based therapeutics to treat unmet medical needs including cancer, autoimmune and inflammatory diseases. CoImmune has a 20,000 sq. ft. cGMP manufacturing facility capable of supporting clinical studies from Phase 1 through Phase 3. The company is preparing to initiate its first Phase 2 clinical trial using a strategic combination of immuno-oncology therapeutics.
“All of us at CoImmune are very excited by the work we are doing with our colleagues in Italy. We are planning additional clinical trials to be conducted in the United States and Italy targeting B-ALL, chronic lymphocytic leukemia, non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma and acute myelogenous leukemia”