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  • Project profile
    Project name: CD40 mAb
    Indications: Advanced solid tumors
    Research phase: Phase 1
    Cooperation demands: License-out or co-development
  • Highlights

    1. Clear MoA.


    CD40 is a cell-surface member of the TNF receptors superfamily. CD40 is extensively expressed on APC. Upon activation, CD40 can license dendritic cells to promote antitumor T cell activation and re-educate macrophages to destroy tumor stroma. anti-CD40 IgG subclass binds both activating S(hFcγRIIA) and inhibitory (hFcγRIIB) IgG receptors. Anti-CD40 can only have anti-tumor effects when it selectively binds to FcyRⅡB.


    2. Excellent preclinical efficacy:


    (1) Cross with human and rhesus monkeys, not with mouse/ rats.


    (2) No immunotoxicity: no ADCC activity, lower CDC activity than APX004M.



    no ADCC activity, lower CDC activity than APX004M



    (3) Higher tumor-killing activity and higher immune memory effect than RO7009789 and APX005M in vivo.



    no ADCC activity, lower CDC activity than APX004M



    (4) Excellent safety: MTD= 30 mg/kg in rhesus monkeys; Plasma cytokine concentrations (IFNγ, TNFα, IL6, IL1β, IL2, IL4) were not abnormally increased after mAb administration.


    3. Excellent PhaseⅠclinical result:


    (1) No DLTs or SAEs observed in the dosages tested (0.01mg/kg through 0.1mg/kg).


    (2) One patient with metastatic melanoma treated with a low dose (0.03 mg/kg) of the CD40 mAb achieved SD.



    4. Good market potential:
    It is estimated that the number of new pancreatic cancer patients worldwide will reach 486,300 in 2028, and the pancreatic cancer drug market will reach US$4.1 billion.

  • Project Introduction

    1. Asset type: CD40 mAb

    2. Indication: Advanced solid tumors

    4. Research phase: Phase 1

    5. Cooperation demands:   License-out or co-development

    6. Research progress:

    1) Completed preclinical development

    2) Phase I clinical trials were initiated to evaluate the safety, tolerability, pharmacokinetics and efficacy of candidate antibodies for advanced malignancies.

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