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Five Prime Therapeutics, Inc.
Drug Names(s): glucocorticoid-induced tumor necrosis factor receptor antibody program, GITR Antibody Program
Description: Inhibrx's multivalent antibody scaffolds are designed to multimerize and activate GITR independent of Fc binding. This is in contrast to conventional GITR antibodies, where efficacy is dependent upon binding and the presence of Fc-receptor bearing cells and may vary due to Fc receptor polymorphisms and be dampened by competing serum IgG. GITR is an immune checkpoint protein that is selectively expressed on effector T cells and T regulatory cells (Tregs), and is believed to activate an immune response against tumor cells.
Inhibrx and Five Prime
In July 2015, Five Prime Therapeutics announced a strategic research collaboration and license agreement with Inhibrx for Inhibrx's novel glucocorticoid-induced tumor necrosis factor receptor (GITR) antibody program. Under the terms of the agreement, Five Prime will pay Inhibrx a $10 million license fee in return for exclusive, worldwide therapeutic and diagnostic rights to antibodies provided by Inhibrx that bind to GITR, as well as an option to license multi-specific antibodies that bind to GITR and other targets. Inhibrx is eligible to receive up to $342.5 million in development, regulatory and commercial milestone payments per therapeutic product, or up to $442.5 million in development, regulatory and commercial milestone payments if the U.S. Food and Drug Administration grants a Breakthrough Therapy Designation to such therapeutic product. Milestone payments for development, regulatory and first commercial sale events may be paid in cash or in...See full deal structure in Biomedtracker
Partners: Inhibrx LLC
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