Developing cell and gene therapies in immuno-oncology

Get to know Elicera Therapeutics

Elicera's strengths are based on a deep understanding of how cells and viruses can be genetically engineered to trigger a powerful immune response to cancer.

Di Yu, Head of Technical Operations and co-founder, tells more about Elicera in the film.

About Elicera
Cells in an immune system

Training the immune system to fight cancer

Unlike traditional cancer therapies, such as radiation, surgery and chemotherapy, immuno-oncology is about training the body's own immune system to fight cancer.
Immuno-oncology

Ongoing clinical study

Uppsala University is currently sponsoring an ongoing clinical phase I/II-study with Elicera's oncolytic virus, ELC-100, in neuroendocrine tumors. In addition, a second clinical phase I/II-study with CAR T-cell therapy, ELC-301, in B-cell lymphoma, is under planning.
Scientist working with vaccines in a lab

Company Presentation

See the latest company presentation (Swedish).

Events and Presentations

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Hands using syringe in a lab environment