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Elicera Therapeutics develops cell and gene therapies in immuno-oncology

Elicera Therapeutics develops four drug candidates, two of which are in the field of oncolytic viruses and two in the field of CAR T-cell therapies, in addition to a platform technology called iTANK (ImmunoTherapies Activated with Nap for efficient Killing) for further immune enhancement of treatments in said fields.

Elicera's lead programs in each respective field:

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
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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.

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.

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