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Poster: Comparing Anti-CTLA-4 Effect Across I/O Model Platforms

Distinct Response to CTLA-4 Antibodies by Different Tumors Implicates Different Mechanisms of Action

Davy Xuesong Ouyang, Zhung Wang, Gavin Jiagui Qu, Gang Chen*, Annie Xiaoyu An, Jinping Liu, Leo Liu, Vincent Huang, Jay Liu*, Xin Dong*, Henry Q. Li
*Nanjing Galaxy Biopharmaceutical Co. Ltd.

Poster: Comparing Anti-CTLA-4 Effect Across I/O Model PlatformsNew immunotherapy assessment platforms are needed to progress immuno-oncology agents such as checkpoint inhibitors including CTLA-4. Tumor homograft models and syngeneics can be used to assess mouse surrogate checkpoint inhibitors, with humanized models then needed to evaluate human-specific agents.

We’ve developed immune checkpoint target humanized mice as a cost-effective alternative to complex, fully humanized models. This includes a CTLA-4 model, with humanized CTLA-4 receptors within a functional mouse immune system.

This poster tests different immuno-oncology platforms such as syngeneics, tumor homografts, and our CTLA-4 humanized model with various anti-CTLA-4 antibodies against both mouse and human targets, to explore different mechanisms of sensitivity/resistance.

Read this Poster to Discover:

  • That human and mouse CTLA-4 antibodies have different mechanisms of action

  • That T cells from the humanized CTLA-4 models express hCTLA-4, providing an ideal model to test human-specific agents

  • How tumor homografts and humanized drug target models are particularly useful for investigating the mechanism of action of immunotherapies

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