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X-BODY BioSciences Awarded Grant for Therapeutic Discovery Project Targeting Metastatic Tumor Stem Cells
Date:11/1/2010

e American Enterprise Institute, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the California Institute of Technology. Mr. Brant Binder is co-founder, COO and CFO of SRU Biosystems.  X-BODY's platform enables rapid discovery of human antibody therapeutics by interrogation of extraordinarily diverse fully human libraries.  X-BODY's versatile selection system employs Next Generation sequencing to analyze thousands of hits in order to rapidly obtain high quality leads. X-BODY has employed the platform internally to identify high-affinity therapeutic candidates that target metastasis (invasion and spreading) of cancer stem cells.

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