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CD96-binding agent used in treatment of disease in patient, where disease is cancer or infectious disease, and treatment is monotherapy, is capable of stimulating activation and/or proliferation of T cells upon binding to CD96

CD96-binding agent used in treatment of disease in patient, where disease is cancer or infectious disease, and treatment is monotherapy, is capable of stimulating activation and/or proliferation of T cells upon binding to CD96
CD96-binding agent used in treatment of disease in patient, where disease is cancer or infectious disease, and treatment is monotherapy, is capable of stimulating activation and/or proliferation of T cells upon binding to CD96
NOVELTY - CD96-binding agent is capable of stimulating activation and/or proliferation of T cells upon binding to CD96.

USE - CD96-binding agent used in treatment of a disease in a patient, where the disease is a cancer or an infectious disease, and treatment is a monotherapy, or combination therapy, and used in combination with a co-stimulating agent or an immune checkpoint inhibitor in particular a T cell co-stimulating agent or an immune checkpoint inhibitor, for stimulation of the activation and/or proliferation of T cells upon binding to CD96, and used as an adjuvant in a prophylactic or therapeutic vaccine (all claimed).

DETAILED DESCRIPTION - INDEPENDENT CLAIMS are included for the following:

(1) an isolated nucleic acid, which encodes the amino acid sequence of the CD96-binding agent;

(2) an isolated cell that produces the CD96-binding agent; and

(3) a pharmaceutical composition, which comprises the CD96-binding agent and a pharmaceutical acceptable excipient or carrier.
WO2019030377-A1
Renart-Depontieu, Florence
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Takami, Sachiko
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Margall-Ducos, Germain
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Beltraminelli, Nicola
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Garrone, Pierre
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Rogel, Anne
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Al-Shamkhani, Aymen
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Preville, Xavier
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Renart-Depontieu, Florence, Takami, Sachiko, Margall-Ducos, Germain, Beltraminelli, Nicola, Garrone, Pierre, Rogel, Anne, Al-Shamkhani, Aymen and Preville, Xavier (Inventors) (2019) CD96-binding agent used in treatment of disease in patient, where disease is cancer or infectious disease, and treatment is monotherapy, is capable of stimulating activation and/or proliferation of T cells upon binding to CD96. WO2019030377-A1.

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Abstract

NOVELTY - CD96-binding agent is capable of stimulating activation and/or proliferation of T cells upon binding to CD96.

USE - CD96-binding agent used in treatment of a disease in a patient, where the disease is a cancer or an infectious disease, and treatment is a monotherapy, or combination therapy, and used in combination with a co-stimulating agent or an immune checkpoint inhibitor in particular a T cell co-stimulating agent or an immune checkpoint inhibitor, for stimulation of the activation and/or proliferation of T cells upon binding to CD96, and used as an adjuvant in a prophylactic or therapeutic vaccine (all claimed).

DETAILED DESCRIPTION - INDEPENDENT CLAIMS are included for the following:

(1) an isolated nucleic acid, which encodes the amino acid sequence of the CD96-binding agent;

(2) an isolated cell that produces the CD96-binding agent; and

(3) a pharmaceutical composition, which comprises the CD96-binding agent and a pharmaceutical acceptable excipient or carrier.

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Published date: 14 February 2019

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Local EPrints ID: 445127
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/445127
PURE UUID: 3b1ba0b2-9982-4a2d-bcf4-fc651d2d3572
ORCID for Aymen Al-Shamkhani:

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Date deposited: 20 Nov 2020 17:32
Last modified: 20 Nov 2020 17:32

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