Navigation Links
InNexus Biotechnology Announces Launch of Large Scale Primate Study of DXL625
Date:8/7/2008

BRITISH COLUMBIA, Canada, Aug. 7 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- InNexus Biotechnology Inc., (TSX: IXS.V; OTC Bulletin Board: IXSBF) (http://www.ixsbio.com), a drug development company commercializing the next generation of monoclonal antibodies based on its Dynamic Cross Linking (DXL(TM)) technology, announced today that it has launched a large scale primate study of DXL625 (CD20), the company's lead program.

"We are beginning a study in cynomolgus monkeys of DXL625, an antibody directed against the B-cell marker CD20 and enhanced in potency with our DXL(TM) technology," said Thomas Kindt, Ph.D., Chief Scientific Officer. "The test is designed to evaluate toxicity and pharmokinetics of our product and to measure B-cell depletion and recovery in this primate species. This study, which takes multiple months to complete and is part of our drug development plan will generate data moving us toward human clinical trial testing with DXL625."

"Our scientific team has made steady progress in the rapid development of our first preclinical candidate, DXL625 for the prospective treatment of Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma," said Jeff Morhet, CEO and Chairman. "The primate study is being conducted by Covance Inc. within their world-class facilities in Wisconsin. The launch of this study marks a significant milestone achievement for the company and our lead product DXL625."

InNexus recently announced the addition of a new product designated DXLr120 (CD20). This is the third product added to the growing InNexus pipeline and was developed using new recombinant methods to produce a DXL(TM) anti-CD20 antibody. Upon questions regarding InNexus having a franchise of CD20 products using multiple methods of creation, chemical and recombinant, CEO Morhet said, "I would also think that these products could and should be bundled toward future collaborations with pharmaceutical companies and DXLr120 was developed within our part
'/>"/>

SOURCE InNexus Biotechnology Inc.
Copyright©2008 PR Newswire.
All rights reserved

Page: 1 2

Related biology technology :

1. InNexus Biotechnology CEO and Chief Scientific Officer to Present at IBCs Annual World Congress Conference in Boston on Aug 6th
2. Spherix Shareholders Support Companys Focus on Naturlose, Biotechnology
3. New White Paper Details Strategies for Biotechnology Companies to Improve EH&S Compliance
4. Thomson Scientific to Host Pharmaceutical Vision - A Users Conference for Information, Regulatory Affairs, Competitive Intelligence and Biotechnology Professionals
5. Lixte Biotechnology Holdings, Inc. Announces the Initial Trading of Its Common Stock Under the Symbol: LIXT
6. Luminex Corporation to Present at Biotechnology Industry Organization Investor Forum
7. An Uncommon Eye: Photography Exhibit by Biotechnology Executive at BHCC Gallery
8. Onyx Pharmaceuticals to Present at Biotechnology Industry Organization Investor Forum
9. Leading Biotechnology Company Grows with StayinFront CRM
10. Kosan Biosciences to Present at the Biotechnology Industry Organization Investor Forum
11. Wyeth Pharmaceuticals Acquires Haptogen Ltd. to Boost Biotechnology Drug Discovery
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:9/2/2014)... 2, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- DeepResearchReports.com adds "2014 Market ... "2014 Market Research Report on Global Ammonium Acetate ... Photo - http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20140902/141873 ... Industry" is a professional and in-depth research report ... Sodium Bicarbonate market. The report introduces Sodium Bicarbonate ...
(Date:9/2/2014)... The Little Company of Mary Hospital in Evergreen ... square-foot West Pavilion patient tower, which included the selection ... for the nurse’s lounge near the maternity ward. ... Hospital’s $180 million, four-year Campus Transformation project is ... the West Pavilion tower to the North Pavilion, as ...
(Date:9/2/2014)... USA (PRWEB) September 02, 2014 Semiconductor ... Light and Light-based Technologies (IYL 2015) visionary John ... SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics ... to Levinson and Dudley along with other awards announced ... Society won by James Harrington, during a gala banquet ...
(Date:9/2/2014)... PROVIDENCE, N.J. , Sept. 2, 2014   ... for MassBio,s 20th Annual Golf Classic, a major fundraiser ... event will be held on September 5 at the ... . The MassBioEd Foundation supports ... through educational programs, workforce development, and lifelong learning. ...
Breaking Biology Technology:Sodium Bicarbonate Market & Ammonium Acetate Industry: China & Global Analysis 2Sodium Bicarbonate Market & Ammonium Acetate Industry: China & Global Analysis 3Sodium Bicarbonate Market & Ammonium Acetate Industry: China & Global Analysis 4Sodium Bicarbonate Market & Ammonium Acetate Industry: China & Global Analysis 5Tufftec® Lockers from Scranton Products Selected by Little Company of Mary Hospital Near Chicago to Create an Uplifting Environment 2Tufftec® Lockers from Scranton Products Selected by Little Company of Mary Hospital Near Chicago to Create an Uplifting Environment 3Levinson, Dudley Win SPIE Directors’ and President’s Awards 2Levinson, Dudley Win SPIE Directors’ and President’s Awards 3Levinson, Dudley Win SPIE Directors’ and President’s Awards 4Linde helps fund STEM education in Massachusetts 2Linde helps fund STEM education in Massachusetts 3
... GeoVax Labs, Inc. (OTC,Bulletin Board: GOVX), an Atlanta based, ... of infectious,diseases, presented data on their AIDS vaccine (trial ... 15 in Cape Town, South Africa. This,conference comes at ... Phase 2 trials for its vaccine., The presentation, ...
... 3-Minute,Press Show is a daily program hosted by WSN ... executives on their,company and most recent press releases., ... into a company,s,latest news, and its impact on the ... through Friday at: http://tv.wallst.net/3-min-press/3-min-press.php , The ...
... Using highly uniform samples of carbon nanotubessorted by ... of Standards and Technology (NIST) have made some ... concentrations at which delicate mats of nanotubes become ... the importance of using relatively homogeneousnot overly short, ...
Cached Biology Technology:GeoVax Presents Data at AIDS Vaccine 2008 Conference 2GeoVax Presents Data at AIDS Vaccine 2008 Conference 3GeoVax Presents Data at AIDS Vaccine 2008 Conference 4[video] Wall St. Network's 3-Minute Press Show Features Executive Interviews and Highlights Recent Press for the Following: IMMU, KYUS 2Paperwork: Buckypapers clarify electrical, optical behavior of nanotubes 2
(Date:9/2/2014)... Taiyuan, China, have substantially improved the health of people ... in costs associated with loss of life and disability ... Columbia Center for Children,s Environmental Health (CCCEH) at the ... the Center of Diseases Control and Prevention of Taiyuan ... , The study is the first to document the ...
(Date:9/2/2014)... you accidentally touch a hot oven, you rapidly pull ... circuits involved in sensing and responding to such painful ... , Duke researchers have made a surprising discovery about ... in worms, and have built a structural model of ... Nature Communications , may help direct new strategies to ...
(Date:9/1/2014)... U.S. has improved steadily in recent yearsspurred in large ... remains poor and disparities continue to widen among socioeconomic ... Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH). , "The study ... extensive efforts by many groups and individuals to improve ... also indicates that these efforts need to be expanded," ...
Breaking Biology News(10 mins):Clean air halves health costs in Chinese city 2Surprising new role for calcium in sensing pain 2Surprising new role for calcium in sensing pain 3Quality of US diet shows modest improvement, but overall remains poor 2Quality of US diet shows modest improvement, but overall remains poor 3
... in marine organisms, according to a new study published ... from Sweden and Germany have studied the larval stage ... results show that the animals have problems digesting food ... not only affect the climate but also our seas ...
... (Nov. 15, 2013) - More than 600,000 bats were killed ... creatures who pollinate crops and help control flying insects, according ... "The development and expansion of wind energy facilities is ... study author Mark Hayes, PhD, research associate in integrated biology ...
... CLEVELANDResearchers at Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland Clinic ... a parasite that causes over 100 million cases of ... Africans who had been considered resistant, susceptible to infection. ... and genetics at the Case Western Reserve School of ...
Cached Biology News:Ocean acidification: Hard to digest 2Study shows wind turbines killed 600,000 bats last year 2Vivax malaria may be evolving around natural defense 2Vivax malaria may be evolving around natural defense 3
BD Biocoat Matrigel Matrix Thin Layer 35 mm Culture Dishes...
... proteases/caspases initiates apoptosis in mammalian cells. ... provides a simple and convenient means for ... in intact cells. The assay utilizes ... linked to rhodamine 110 (D2R), a reported ...
... a direct antibiotic-based selection system for recombinant ... survival, eliminating the need for costly color ... close to 100% accuracy in recombinant selection. ... robot colony picking. This cloning kit can ...
... imaging software for the microscopy market ... cameras, components and peripherals with powerful ... Its intuitive interface simplifies workflow and ... providing powerful features such as image ...
Biology Products: