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ARIUS presents new findings for anti-cancer antibody programs at AACR
Date:4/15/2008

nstrated that treatment with ARIUS' CD9 targeting antibody, AR40A746.2.3, induced apoptosis in BxPC-3 pancreatic cancer cell as a monotherapy. Moreover, apoptosis is achieved through inhibition of the AKT pathway, commonly believed to be an important pathway for cancer cell survival.

New immunohistochemistry (IHC) studies using this antibody showed that CD9 is expressed in a variety of human tumor samples, resulting in moderate to high levels of staining in 61/82 (73.5%) of tumor cells from various organs including pancreas, prostate, stomach and liver. The antibody demonstrated potent anti-tumor efficacy in in vivo models of pancreatic, breast and AML cancers and treatment led to a decrease in phosphorylation of several receptor tyrosine kinases.

CD9 is highly and differentially expressed in AML versus normal CD34+CD38- stem cells. Experiments strongly suggest that ARIUS' CD9 targeting antibody inhibits human AML outgrowth in pre-clinical studies. In secondary transplantation experiments, treatment with ARIUS' CD9 targeting antibody dramatically reduced the self-renewal capacity of AML cancer stem cells. CD9 is the first description of a marker that is differentially expressed on cancer versus normal stem cells.

Trop-2 Signal Transduction Program

AR47A6.4.2, a naked monoclonal antibody targeting Trop-2, exhibits anti-tumor efficacy in multiple human cancer models as a monotherapeutic agent and demonstrates efficacy in combination therapy. Abstract Number 3990. Experimental and Molecular Therapeutics 32, Tuesday, April 15, 2008, 8:00 AM

ARIUS shows its Trop-2 targeting antibody, AR47A6.4.2, is involved in the MAPK pathway. This antibody demonstrated potent anti-tumor efficacy in human pancreatic, breast, colon and prostate cancer models. In combination with Gemcitabine, this antibody also inhibited tumor growth by 93% in a human pancreatic cancer model. ARIUS' Trop-2 targeting antibody is the only naked therapeutic antibody targeti
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