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Manufacture Bioprocessing - Upstream & Downstream, Drug Discovery, Drug Delivery

Advancing ADC Development

Iksuda Therapeutics has licensed a class of tumor-activated prodrug payloads from the University of Goettingen and now hopes to develop a new generation of antibody drug conjugates (ADCs) based on protein-alkylating cytotoxicity.

“The ability to treat all patients safely, irrespective of the relative antigen level for a particular indication, would be a major step forward for the clinical success of ADCs,” says Dave Simpson, Iksuda CEO. “If the concept of broad ranging yet tumor specific activation could be deployed to ADCs, it would be a major step forward that adds another level of tumor specific targeting and improved safety.”

We spoke with Simpson to learn more about the challenges of ADCs – and the company’s hopes for the future.

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