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The B44 supertype is associated with improved survival in melanoma patients treated with immunotherapy, but less so in NSCLC patients, due to mutational differences.
Researchers found that cancer patients with BRCA2 mutations respond particularly well to checkpoint inhibitors compared to those with BRCA1 mutations.
The company has begun Phase II trials of its bespoke treatment GRANITE and the off-the-shelf counterpart SLATE in combination with BMS's checkpoint inhibitors.
The Phase I/II GOBLET trial will assess pelareorep plus Tecentriq in pancreatic, colorectal, and anal cancer patients and explore biomarkers of response.
Researchers showed that ctDNA levels predicted who would respond to first-line immune checkpoint inhibition but were not useful in second-line therapy.
Researchers are continuing to collect data on economic, racial, and other factors that could be addressed to make precision medicine access more equitable.
Investigators are conducting a prospectively designed, retrospective study of archived material from the NeoTRIPaPDL1 triple negative breast cancer trial.
Stanford and Memorial Sloan Kettering researchers have developed a multi-modal and multi-timepoint biomarker approach to predict therapeutic benefit in lung cancer cases.
The firm will conduct genomic and transcriptomic analysis to identify predictors of response to the personalized immunotherapy TG4050.
The firm is exploring whether the regimen may work for subgroups of patients with high TMB based on promising signals from the current failed analysis.